WebRTC Weekly Issue #417 - February 9, 2022

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


TURN 101: A Guide to NAT Traversal (sponsored):
Discover how Subspace has reimagined NAT traversal.

Dolby acquires low-latency streaming platform Millicast (TechCrunch)
Dolby fills its gap in live streaming/broadcast with this acquisition.

Snap Inc. Joins the Alliance for Open Media (Alliance for Open Media)
There are now 50+ vendors in the alliance. Impressive.


Senior Audio/Video Engineer at Vowel (sponsored):
Come and implement key Audio/Video features across our platform

Permissions request chip (Chrome Developers)
Good for users… headache for developers. Luckily, WebRTC permissions aren’t a part of this… yet.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

LogMeIn rebrands as GoTo with a new application combining support and communications solutions, new products, and a new partner network (Press release)
GoTo it is then.

Subspace WebRTC-CDN Experiences. Where is Subspace taking us? (Alan Quayle)
A detailed review of Subspace WebRTC-CDN offering.

Introduction to WebRTC testing and monitoring with testRTC (Spearline)
Spearline now doing WebRTC, through the acquisition of testRTC.


Add live transcription to a Daily call with our newest API (Daily)
Both Daily and Deepgram are past speakers at Kranky Geek.

Embeddable Video Conferences, IP Message Bus, Up-Leveled SDKs, Oh My (SignalWire)
SignalWire adds a bit of lowcode/nocode to their video conferencing capabilities.

Introducing Dynamic Composite Live Streams (Red5 Pro)
Gallery-view, streaming style.

From our own posts

None this week.