WebRTC Weekly Issue #71 - June 10, 2015

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


An open letter to Apple from a WebRTC believer! (Brian Pulito)

Web Conferencing and WebRTC: Connection or Music on Hold? (UCStrategies)
Hugh Goldstein on the challenges of adopting WebRTC in the enterprise.

Are We at the Tipping Point of WebRTC Adoption? (AT&T)
AT&T publishes and explains a WebRTC infographic.

Is Talky truly secure? (&yet)
Mike Taylor shares the security measures placed in Talky.io.

WebRTC based UC for Service Providers – an Interview with Elena Carstoiu from 4PSA (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora in an interview about the Hubgets UC service from 4PSA.


FEC for WebRTC (WebRTC Standards)
An explanation on Forward Error Correction and its current use and status in WebRTC.

Facetime doesn’t face WebRTC (webrtcHacks)
Another Fippo analysis. This time – Apple’s FaceTime service.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Bringing communication to the context – turning UC upside down (Veeting Rooms)
Veeting Rooms now integrated into G-Med’s telehealth service.

Five Ways of Connecting People, Devices, and Systems with WebRTC (CallStats.io)
Lasse Lumiaho show cases several vendors using WebRTC and what they are doing with it.

Talkdesk, A Startup That Spins Up Call Centers, Raises $15M (TechCrunch)
Did anyone say WebRTC in 2015 is going to win the contact center?


Microsoft starts rolling out redesigned Skype for Outlook.com (VentureBeat)
Skype now works in Outlook.com similarly to how Hangouts does in Gmail. Now we just need to wait for their WebRTC implementation. Microsoft also rolled out Skype for Web in the US and UK.

Sharing more, with Firefox Hello (TokBox)
Firefox Hello video chat service adds screen sharing.

NTT Communications Offers SkyWay SDK for iOS/Android Applications using WebRTC Platform (Telecom Ramblings)
NTT adds iOS and Android SDKs to its WebRTC SkyWay platform.

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