WebRTC and IoT Use Cases – What’s New? a Podcast featuring Blacc Spot Media’s CEO, Lantre Barr
Real-time communications, IoT and WebRTC are finding their way into a range of new innovative applications. Lantre Barr and Alex Goloshubin share some of their observations on these new applications and discuss developments making the applications possible.
What Microsoft Edge’s WebRTC 1.0 APIs Adoption Signals for All
Over the past five years, the WebRTC community has unified in the effort to navigate through major hurdles and obstacles while evolving into a stronger entity. So it will be interesting to see how the pace quickens now that Microsoft is supporting WebRTC 1.0 APIs. We are enthusiastic about where this momentum will take us!
Built with WebRTC: Peloton Cycle
Peloton Cycle is a “fitness software and equipment” company that has created a niche in the fitness industry by utilizing advanced technology integrated within their cycling product line in order to facilitate social engagement for their consumers. Peloton is one of the early adopters of WebRTC and one of the first to use the technology outside of a web browser, embedding it directly into their equipment.
2016 WebRTC Industry Mergers & Acquisitions in Review
2016 was a good year for the communications industry, in particular the Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) industry. We have seen large scale acquisitions and mergers along with acqui-hires by corporations looking to strengthen their internal teams.
Dailymotion’s Adoption of Peer5 is a Major Win for WebRTC
Dailymotion leverage Peer5’s WebRTC powered peer-to-peer Content Delivery Network (CDN) to improve the delivery of their live and on demand streaming service to their users across the world.
Over $2.7 Billion in Funding to WebRTC Companies in 2016
As we take a look back at 2016, we are astonished at the amount of funding pouring into Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) products and services.
Get Ready! It’s Time for Kranky Geek WebRTC Show
Looking to up your knowledge of WebRTC? The upcoming 4th edition of the Kranky Geek WebRTC Show, hosted at Google offices in San Francisco, will offer a great opportunity to learn more about Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC), both as a technology and how the industry has matured in the past year.