WebRTC Weekly Issue #8 - March 26, 2014

Here’s the latest news this week on WebRTC from your friends at webrtcweekly.com


Just how disruptive are WebRTC CDNs? (disruptive-wireless.blogspot.com)
A good look at the decisions around adding peer assisted delivery to CDNs using WebRTC.

WebRTC standard is unfinished but enterprises are ready to adopt (searchunifiedcommunications.techtarget.com)
Summary of a panel at Enterprise Connect about adoption of WebRTC (hint: contact centers, and no need to wait for the spec to finalize)

The contact centre of the near future (newvoicemedia.com)
What WebRTC enables in contact centers.Ga


What is a WebRTC Gateway anyway? (webrtchacks.com)
A primer to what a WebRTC gateway is, why it is needed and how it is architectured.

The Cost of WebRTC Today (thanpol.as)
What it takes to launch a WebRTC service – on the costs side.

How to get started with WebRTC and iOS without wasting 10 hours of your life (ninjanetic.com)
Step by step instructions on how to obtain and compile WebRTC on an iOS device.

AppRTC : Google’s WebRTC test app and its parameters (gingertech.net)
AppRTC has some parameters to it you can play with. This post gives the list of these parameters and what they do.

Tropo’s Chief Scientist releases 3rd edition of definitive WebRTC reference guide (tropo.com)
WebRTC book by Alan and Dan is now in its 3rd edition. Consider this the warmest recommendation to go buy it. It now includes network captures with explanantions (and it is twice as thick as previous editions).

1 Answer to WebRTC Signaling (blog.audiocodes.com)

Use Cases and Customer Wins

2×2048… (instapainting.com)
2048 is an addictive number puzzle game for smartphones. This is the web version that uses WebRTC data channel for multiplayer interactions.

Discussing GoToMeeting Free with Citrix’s Phil Chambers (webrtcworld.com)
GoToMeeting is trialing the use of WebRTC for… online meetings. Here’s a look at its future plans.


Introducing Twilio Client’s Global Low Latency Improvements for WebRTC (twilio.com)
Twilio makes use of its data centers to lower the latency for WebRTC calls (same as it does to other VoIP solutions across its platform).

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