WebRTC Weekly Issue #350 - October 21, 2020

Here is the latest on WebRTC  from your friends at webrtcweekly.com.

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RIPE 81 New Conference Platform: Meetecho (RIPE NNC)
Moving away from Zoom to Meetecho.

WhatsApp might soon let you make calls from its desktop app (TheNextWeb)
I wonder if WhatsApp are moving to the WebRTC infrastructure of Messenger and if this is what is enabling this new feature.

Introducing Microsoft Edge preview builds for Linux (Windows Blog)
Chromium allows Edge to be everywhere.


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Multi-device calls with ICE forking (Signal)
Signal adds ICE forking capabilities to WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Engageli comes out of stealth with $14.5M and a new approach to teaching by video remotely (TechCrunch)
Education is one area that is going to see a lot more variance than the current boring experience.

eVisit closes $14 million Series A round led by TVC Capital (eVisit)
Telehealth is that other booming market. Kudos to eVisit – they’ve been at it for quite some time.


Agora Inc. Introduces New Developer Tools and Resources to Accelerate the Adoption of Real-Time Engagement (Agora)
Agora announces a market place, app builder and a twist on the SLA.

From our own posts

None this week.