WebRTC Weekly Issue #170 - May 3, 2017

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


Telecom API Consolidation (Alan Quayle)
CPaaS vendors continue to be acquired.

Y 4K? (NoJitter)
A view of why 4K is going to be the real deal.


Interactive Live Streaming with Ultra-Low Latency (nanocosmos)
An interesting angle to supporting low latency use cases with HLS.

Browser-based WebRTC stream from RTSP IP camera with low latency (Flashphoner)
An explanation on connecting IP cameras using RTSP to WebRTC and where latency and bottlenecks may occur.

HOWTO Use temporal scalability to adapt video bitrates  (Real Time Communications Bits)
Gustavo on how to cull a temporal layer in a video router (lets call it an SFU shall we?).

rtcp-mux in WebRTC (Asterisk)
Nice to see how Chrome’s behavior (or planned behavior) with WebRTC is forcing everyone to update their implementation.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

WebRTC: A Great Tool For Sales Enablement (Temasys)
Temasys with a list of use cases for sales where WebRTC can come in handy.

Telehealth: Can You Hear My Heart Now? (TokBox)
Connected healthcare devices are great. I’ve noticed a few vendors trying them out recently.

Gruveo Shuffle, the New Fun Experiment (Gruveo)
CharRoulette, 2017 version.


Dialogic PowerMedia XMS 3.3 Enables New Voice and Video Applications (Dialogic)
For me the real interesting tidbit is the SFU and VP9 support.

The Pre-call Test: Our New Performance Diagnostic Tool (TokBox)
TokBox is updating its Pre-call Test feature. I am seeing better (and more) of this functionality in services that I bump into lately.

H.264 video call recording is now available (VoxImplant)
VoxImplant CPaaS now has video recording in H.264 MP4 format as well.

Programmable Video now Generally Available, new REST API and more (Twilio)
Twilio’s Video API (now called Programmable Video) goes out of beta.

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