WebRTC Weekly Issue #52 - January 28, 2015

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

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Dis-Unified Communications: WebRTC & The Enterprise App Dilemma (Disruptive Analysis)
Dean Bubley looks and unified communications and where it is headed.

WebRTC: The road to standardization (SDTimes)
Our WebRTC 101 post of the week.


STUN IP Address requests for WebRTC (github)
Ever wanted to find the IP address of a user to inject ads but got caught in an ad-blocker? Here’s how you can do that with WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Several So. Florida Companies Turn To Video Customer Service (CBS Miami)
LiveNinja wins a few businesses in Miami and their use cases are detailed here.

WebRTC technology to deliver sensible medical data (Medium)
Orfeo Morello explains how WebRTC’s data channel can be used to send medical data while maintaining privacy.

Will WebRTC Go Mobile? (NoJitter)
A shameless plug – Eric Krapf says good words about Tsahi’s new report.


Chrome M41 WebRTC Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
Performance improvements and Opus FEC enabled by default.

Kim Dotcom puts MegaChat secure Skype rival into beta (GigaOm)
Mega’s WebRTC based chat service launched.

New Text-Chat and Pub/Sub Capabilities (SightCall)
SightCall adds presence and instant messaging to its platform.

OpenTok.js 2.4 now available (TokBox)
In this new release of OpenTok you’ll find screen sharing, with improvements and polish to other features and capabilities.

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