WebRTC Weekly Issue #88 - October 7, 2015

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


22 Experts Share Their Opinions on WebRTC in 2015 (Sinch)
What pundits think the future of WebRTC is.

World’s first conference calls between Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge (&yet)
While I hate World First’s announcements, this one is pretty cool.


PSA: Chrome M46 WebRTC Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
What to expect from the upcoming release of Chrome when it comes to WebRTC.

WebRTC SDP Codec Priority Reordering and Subseting (WebRTC Standards)
With more codecs being available, this new codec priority API will come in handy.

WebRTC Arduino DC Motor Control Using PubNub, Electron, and Johnny-Five (Agility Feat)
Jean continues with his effort on building the software for a WebRTC controlled webcam.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Prosodie-Capgemini Deploys Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller to Help Launch New Service for Voice Calling in the Browser (Press release)
Prosodie builds and deploys a web call service using Oracle’s SBC.

A new “killer app” for WebRTC? Video-identity verification / know-your-customer (Disruptive Analysis)
Dean on a trend in Germany of banks verifying identification online via video calling.


Amaryllo Introduces iCare FHD, the First Urgent Home Care Camera Based on WebRTC (Press release)
Amaryllo expands with a camera focusing on home care.

LiveShop 1.0 (LiveShop)
LiveShop, specializing in click to call solutions for e-commerce now officially launched.

Q-Suite 6 Adds WebRTC Components and Support (Press release)
The year of the WebRTC contact center.

Dialogic’s PowerMedia XMS 3.0 Achieves New Thresholds (Press release)
Dialogic improves the capacity of its PowerMedia XMS server.

Microsoft Edge support added to callstats.js (CallStats.io)
CallStats.io joins the Edge frenzy by adding support to it in their service.

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