WebRTC Weekly Issue #37 - October 15, 2014

Here is the latest on WebRTC  from your friends at webrtcweekly.com. It’s been a busy week with a lot of information to report. Interesting is WebRTC news making more mainstream outlet headlines.


Will WebRTC change the world of communications? (att.com)
AT&T sure seems to think so, at least in the future.

It’s all in the details for a video chat (appear.in)
Someone’s knock knock knocking at the door.

WebRTC is about the money (disruptivedean.com)
Our friend, Dean Bubley, always has something interesting to say.

Jibe Mobile using WebRTC (gigaom.com)
Putting WebRTC into your mobile phone, who’d have thought?

Yoga via WebRTC, why not? (techcrunch.com)
It’s the same but different, WebRTC application with a purpose.

A telecom view of WebRTC (slideshare.net)
Our friend, Sebastian Schumann @ Slovak Telecom presents a view of WebRTC for the telecom operator.

Highfive Video Services (ucstrategies.com)
It is WebRTC or not? Well it is kinda of.


TURN servers update (webrtchacks.com)
TURN servers continue to evolve, check out this updated article on the latest.

A picture is a thousand words (slideshare.net)
A nice pictorial story on WebRTC you might find helpful for your own purposes.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Gruveo video service (techcrunch.com)
Yup, another P2P video service promoting anonymous calling.


Firefox 33 arrives with OpenH264 support, sending video to Chromecast and Roku from Android (venturebeat.com)
It has finally arrived – a real browser with H.264 support for WebRTC. I wonder how the feedback will look like.

Tokbox introduces a starter kit (tokbox.com)
This is a nice way to show off what a platform is capable of doing.

From our own posts