WebRTC Weekly Issue #357 - December 9, 2020

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

Kranky Geek 2020
Videos are now available on YouTube


Agora senior director of sales Mike Lopez on the importance of trends in games (PocketGamer.biz)
An interesting interview. And yes, social and comms is a big trend in games.

9 Reasons Why Debunking WebRTC Scalability Is a Fool’s Errand (Red5 Pro)
And here I was, reading yesterday on a WebRTC training course that P2P is one of the limitations of WebRTC. Go figure.

Noise suppression in Microsoft Teams (Twitter)
Table stakes.


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Use Cases and Customer Wins

Bizzabo raises $138M for a platform that helps you build and run virtual conferences (TechCrunch)
Another week, another company raises money for virtual events.

Berlin’s Wonder raises $11M for a new approach to video chat where you wander and join groups (TechCrunch)
Make that two companies…

Amazon’s Fire TV Cube adds support for two-way video calls via a connected TV (TechCrunch)
I wonder if they built it with the Chime SDK.


Daily’s prebuilt UI now supports over a dozen languages (Daily)
Doing internationalization to the UI out of the box for their SDK.

testRTC December 2020 Release Notes for qualityRTC (testRTC)
Improvements and new tests now available in qualityRTC network testing service.

From our own posts

None this week.