WebRTC Weekly Issue #82 - August 26, 2015

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

Before we begin:

Kranky Geek WebRTC Show Friday, September 11th in San Francisco is looking to be a great event and it’s already oversold. However, you can still register using this registration link as our special reader. This event will be broadcast live and available for later replay on YouTube. Many thanks to our sponsors Google & Twilio as well as Atlassian and IBM Bluemix for their support. Follow the action on twitter @webrtclive


Speak, a video chat platform adds multiple teams (thenextweb.com)
Speak powers on adding more features to this collaborative chat service.

Deutsche Telekom’s disappointing visions for telephony (disruptivewireless)
Dean Bubley is upset again, that’s no surprise, but point by point good arguments that make it worth reading.


Callback for end to end media quality (callstats.io)
Looking to let the user know that you know their call quality, callstats.io has your answer.

Making WebRTC source building not suck (webrtchacks.com)
A detailed article by Dr. Alex Gouaillard on building WebRTC from source

Use Cases and Customer Wins

State of Alabama Adopts Circuit by Unify (virtual-strategy.com)
Alexandre Gouaillard gives his view of the recent shifts in the WebRTC market.

WebRTC Case Study: LiveNinja (onsip.com)
WebRTC + SIP = a video chat for this kiosk service for this use case.


VeriShow for Salesforce (verishow.com)
Just like it says, a video chat integration for salesforce.com.

New developer center (tokbox.com)
Tokbox not resting, revamps their developer portal to make it easier to access new content.

Third party WebRTC Integration (netsapiens.com)
An updated to their existing SNAPsolution UC solution.

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