WebRTC Weekly Issue #50 - January 14, 2015

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

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Revenue Destruction & Creation: Exploring WebRTC’s Impending Impact (NoJitter)
An interesting overview by Brent Kelly. A bit long, but well worth the time.

2015-The Year of WebRTC (VoIP Watch)
I am hesitant with such declarations of “20XX is the year of YYY”. It never ends up well. Still, a good piece by Andy Abramson.

WebRTC, telcos, phone numbers and identity – there won’t be one ID to rule them all (Disruptive Analysis)
Dean Bubley on the role of identity in communication.


WebRTC Barcelona during MWC (Meetup) SPONSORED
If you are going to MWC and interested in WebRTC, then this is mandatory participation for you.

OpenWebRTC: An Interview with Stefan Alund (The New Dial Tone)
Stefan Alund talks about Ericsson’s OpenWebRTC project. You can also chat with him at #vuc524 this coming Friday.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

The worst WebRTC demo yet (Baby is 60)
Tim Panton rants about AT&T’s WebRTC service launch. If you want another opinion, here’s Dave Michels’.

The Future of WebRTC and Video Banking: 4 Use Cases (TokBox)
Scott Lamond takes a closer look at the role WebRTC can play in baking related use cases.

What Telcos Had to Say at WebRTC 2014 (AudioCodes)
An overview of Telcos’ positions around WebRTC during the Upperside WebRTC conference last month, which ends up leading to the use cases they are thinking about.


Firefox Hello now available for all Firefox users (TokBox)
Scott Lomond explains how the new Firefox Hello service which was just released to all users works. It uses TokBox’ infrastructure.

Talkfest – free video calling inside Salesforce (Phonedeck)
Phonedeck releases a new video calling service for Salesforce.

Synapse 0.6.1 released and other news (Matrix.org)
Matrix with a new release of Synapse.

Acision and Blacc Spot Media Partner for CES 2015 (Blacc Spot Media)
Blacc Spot Media specializes in using WebRTC PaaS and developing services for others on top of them. It now works closely with Acision as well.

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