WebRTC enables new use cases for video in education. We are no longer confined to the class room with a video room system. Things become more personal, and fit for purpose to solve real world problems.
Cisco just acquired Tropo, making it an official API vendor with a a large developer ecosystem. It also made it a WebRTC PaaS player. What challenges lie ahead of Cisco, and what are the open questions about this acquisition?
Mailbird makes use of WebRTC by simply using Chromium as its foundation. It enabled it to partner to get the services it needs done faster. See what Andrea Loubier, CEO of Mailbird has to say about their service and WebRTC.
Jive Chime was released. Its target? Competing with Slack and HipChat. Problem is, it can’t really stack up against them, giving a feel of the 90’s instead of 2015. Where has Jive missed and what made them release their service before it was ready?
WebRTC gains a lot more than just being available on Chrome and on Android. These two open projects mean that WebRTC gets adopted in many non obvious places. Call it the unintended consequences of having Google bring WebRTC to life.