WebRTC Weekly Issue #27 - August 6, 2014

It’s August and hope you’re enjoying your summer! Here is the latest on WebRTC  from your friends at webrtcweekly.com


How will WebRTC affect business VoIP? (onsip.com)
A great graphical representation of competitors and driver issues in the world of WebRTC.

Is WebRTC useless? (solid-thinking.com)
Graeme raises some good points, is WebRTC fixing what we set out to fix?

A few thoughts on Hangouts (talkingpointz.com)
So many of us use Hangouts, but is it improving to where we can consider it Enterprise grade?


Preventing WebRTC spying in Chrome (ghacks.net)
With privacy concerns always just around the corner, what does WebRTC reveal about you? Some quick online tests show what your browser is sending back home.

WebRTC: Have we got it all nailed down? (blog.erbbysam.com)
A technical article discussing trust issues in a WebRTC Connection

Bugs in Chrome 36, a list (groups.google.com)
To the point list of known issues in Chrome 36

WebRTC to P2P CDN (streamroot.io)
Interview article Nikolay Robionov, streamroot co-founder, on P2P CDN using WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Pusher.com demo of WebRTC Chat (pusher.com)
WebRTC for chat? The XMPP folks must be turning in their graves. 🙂 This is a neat demo app and nice presentation by Pusher of their capabilities.

LiveOps: Contact Centers now with WebRTC (liveops.com)
LiveOps has been making great progress in the crowded hosted call center space with some innovative services and WebRTC is one of them.


Indeed Google is hiring for WebRTC, check out this job posting.

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