WebRTC Weekly Issue #95 - November 25, 2015

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


2015 WebRTC Industry Mergers & Acquisitions in Review (Blacc Spot Media)
I missed a few…

Is WebRTC in Safari Closer Than We Thought? (The New Dial Tone)
If you hadn’t had enough about Apple and WebRTC rumors, then this one is for you.

Decoding T-Mobile’s WiFi-Calling and VoLTE stats (Disruptive Analysis)
An interesting viewpoint, and a thing to think about when it comes to connect WebRTC to telecom services.

TADSummit 2015 Summary (TADS)
The summary and links to more details of the recent TADSummit event.


3 Essential things to think about while designing for WebRTC (AT&T)
AT&T focuses this time on the various stages of a WebRTC call with relation to its design.

Your OpenWebRTC calls are now congestion controlled (OpenWebRTC)
OpenWebRTC is adding a new congestion control algorithm called SCReAM

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Genband, SAP Team on Real-Time Comms (NoJitter)
SAP is now reselling Genband’s Kandy.

How Dharma Eyewear is Changing the Way we Buy Glasses Online (LiveNinja)
Dharma Eyewear launches Eyewear Guru feature by embedding LiveNinja’s video chat tech.

How HR Department at Goodwin Co. Uses Gruveo to Cut Costs and Improve Communication Efficiency (Gruveo)
Goodwin embeds Gruveo for their internal communications.


Google account no longer required to join a Google Hangout (AndroidGuys)
Hangouts is unbundling from Google+, but now also enables guest access to sessions – without a Google account.

Mobile screen sharing for UberConference (Switch)
UberConference now supports screen sharing from mobile devices.

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