WebRTC Weekly Issue #457 - November 16, 2022

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


Meta gives up on Portal and smartwatch (Mashable)
RIP portal. If we can’t video conference from our home, lets try the car:

Tesla vehicles will soon have Zoom video conferencing (TechCrunch)
I am guessing this requires autopilot…

Meeting camera startup Owl Labs lands $25M and partnership with HP (TechCrunch)
An interesting concept.


Using the RTP Media APIs (WebRTC for Developers)
Olivier goes into the rabbit hole of muting in WebRTC.

Low-latency conference streaming to very large audiences (Jitsi)
The Jitsi team sharing their plans to support large scale live streaming.

P2P, SFU and MCU – WebRTC Architectures Explained (Digital Samba)
Our weekly candidate for 101 of the week. This time on group calling architectures.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

LiveSwitch Selected as an Akamai Qualified Computing Partner (Press release)
LiveSwitch will now be available on Linode.

TechSee Partners with TELUS International to Enhance Tech Stack (Press release)
Visual remote assistance is growing in adoption.

Behind the Innovation of Webex Hologram (WebEx)
Telepresence, the WebEx edition for 2022.

Voiceflex Introduces QR Code for Easy Voice Calling (UC Today)
Marketing for a dialing URL.

Talkdesk discusses managing remote agents’ networks (Spearline)
I am probably biased on this one.


None this week. Everyone is getting ready for Kranky Geek 😎

From our own posts

None this week.