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RealTimeWeekly #197


18 Sep RealTimeWeekly #197

Real Time Weekly: Sept 18th 2017

Welcome to RealTimeWeekly! 
This week we’ve got a number of interesting WebRTC articles for you. 
We have two articles from TokBox, one about Safari 11 and another one about their support of large sessions up to 3000 users. We have also a great blog post from TestRTC about Kurento, and more blog posts from
In addition, we’ve got an article from Twilio about the last news of Programmable Video, including the support to Safari 11.

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This week’s Real-Time news

Which CPaaS Provider Alternative is the Best Choice for Your Application? Tokbox, Vidyo, Temasys, Twilio & More

Sep 7, 2017
A great article where you have a comparative of most popular WebRTC CPaas in the market.

Trending Now: There is a New Guy in Town, Microsoft Edge with WebRTC, So Move Over IE!

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Sep 11, 2017
Why Internet Explorer is losing popularity and Microsoft Edge Windows 10 with WebRTC features is gaining much attention.

Why Developing With WebRTC is Different than Web Development?

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Tsahi Levent-Levi,
Sep 11, 2017
How different is Web Development than WebRTC Development?

Programmable Video Adds Support for Safari 11, Improves Performance w/ H.264 Codec, and More

Sep 12, 2017
Twilio’s Programmable Video has now support for Safari 11 and more improvements!

Safari 11 General Availability – Coming Soon to TokBox

Sep 12, 2017
Safari 11 is comming soon, and TokBox it’s ready for that moment.

How we test WebRTC live video sessions for massive audiences

Sep 13, 2017
This article explains how Opentok tests large multi-party sessions up to 3000 connections. 

How Many Sessions Can a Kurento Server Hold?

Sep 13, 2017
Amazing article covering an experiment to know how many users you can support into a single media server using Kurento.

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