WebRTC Weekly Issue #38 - October 22, 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.


WebRTC on the Rise? Geek Questions Hold the Answer (nojitter.com)
Billy Chia looks at WebRTC developer’s interest by analyzing adoption based on StackOverflow questions. Great insights in there.

Asymmetric Business Models in WebRTC (thenewdialtone.com)
Amir Zmora provides his view on possible business models for WebRTC.

Hey Telecom Carriers! Three Strikes and you are Out! (medium.com/@moshemaeir)
Moshe Maeir on how telecom carriers are missing it on voice, data and content.


WebRTC Made Simple (blog.carbonfive.com)
Tommy Fisher does a good work at introducing WebRTC’s APIs and how they work.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

An Introduction to the Avaya WebRTC Snap-in (andrewjprokop.wordpress.com)
Andrew Prokop explains the new WebRTC Snap-in from Avaya that can fit nicely to contact centers.

BroadSoft Rebuilds Identity and Releases New UC-One Capabilities (ucstrategies.com)
Broadsoft unveils its plans for WebRTC, and it includes WebRTC as an access point to its platform and a Lab environment.


Firefox Takes on Skype With Browser-Based Video Chat (technobuffalo.com)
Mozilla adds video calling service to Firefox called Hello through partnership with Telefonica’s TokBox.

SightCall Unveils New Amazon Mayday Like Features for Salesforce at Dreamforce 2014 (sightcall.com)
SightCall tries to out-do Salesforce SOS for Apps with its own product offering for Salesforce.

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