WebRTC Weekly Issue #89 - October 14, 2015

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


Review of IIT RTC Conference and TADHack Chicago (Alan Quayle)
Alan Quayle reviews the IIT RTC Conference and the TADHack event that took place last week.


Microsoft’s ORTC Edge for WebRTC – Q&A with Bernard Aboba (webrtcHacks)
An interesting interview with Bernard Aboba about Edge and its ORTC implementation.

MediaStream Recoder demo (w/ MediaSource) (+WebRTC)
Sample of local recording of WebRTC streams for Chrome 47.

Audio Testing – Automatic Gain Control (Google Testing Blog)
An explanation on how Google tests AGC in WebRTC.

Media Capture from DOM Elements (WebRTC Standards)
I’d love to see that as part of the specification and browser implementations…

Use Cases and Customer Wins

SightCall Raises $8.4 million Funding Round to Transform Industries with Visual Interactions (SightCall)
SightCall raised more funding, focusing on visual support use cases.


Jitsi & Temasys (+Jitsi)
Jitsi Videobridge now works with the Temasys plugin, enabling its use on IE and Safari.

Intel Collaboration Suite for WebRTC v2.8 Release Announcement (Intel Developer Zone)
A new version of Intel’s Collaboration Suite for WebRTC is out (not much detail on what’s new).

The new Switch: available to everyone and integrated with Microsoft Office 365 (Switch)
Switch is no longer tied solely to Google Apps. It can integrate with Microsoft Office 365 directly, or to any other solution.

Gruveo Embeds Get a Facelift, JavaScript API Is on the Way (Gruveo)
Gruveo streamlines its embedable widget fitting it to more use cases.

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