Video Streaming! CDN! Sure webRTC can do that!

Peer5 is built on WebRTC, a real-time communication protocol from Google that’s part of HTML5, meaning support for Peer5’s technology is built into every version of Chrome, Opera, Edge, Firefox, and more. Apple’s building it into Safari. Google Hangouts is based on it.

Peer5, an Israel-based server-less CDN company, is going to be helping DailyMotion in distribution of videos. This is a big deal for webRTC technology. I am big believer and that is why invested in, a company based in Helsinki, Finland.

What I am reading today

An Elizabethan cyberwar. An excellent piece about the growing tensions between US and China. [The New York Times] The state of responsive design. [Smashing Mobile] How to survive the Series A crunch from someone who didn’t. [Sean Percival] This is a blog post. It is not a blog. Great rant. [Forrest Wickman] Can Sephora make-up … Continue reading What I am reading today