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Communications is poised to get a whole lot more interesting in the next few months as a new technology called WebRTC comes to bear. This technology will allow for real-time voice and video interactions from a Web browser without requiring special client software.
The WebRTC Conference and Expo is taking place later this month in San Francisco. To highlight this technology, which will be discussed in greater detail at the Nov. 27-29 event, we recently spoke with Shubh Agarwal, vice president of marketing at OpenClove.
The WebRTC Conference and Expo is taking place later this month in San Francisco. To highlight this technology, we recently spoke with Sajeel Hussain, vice president of product management and marketing at Thrupoint. David Jodoin, Thrupoint's chief innovation officer, will be among the speakers at WebRTC Nov. 27-29.
WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is the new HTML5 standard framework that enables sharing of video, audio and data between Web browsers, which is set to open the door to a new and disruptive wave of Web applications. It is sure to be a game-changer in the telecommunications industry as Martin Geddes, founder & principal, Martin Geddes Consulting Ltd predicts that 10 million users will have experienced a WebRTC session by the end of 2013.
Whether you know it or not, you're using WebRTC-based services. Real-time communication technology is currently being applied to our every day Internet activity and will continue to expand in the near future, but what's one thing that would truly accelerate WebRTC adoption use? According to Alexey Aylarov, CEO of Zingaya, Inc., that would be its availability on mobile devices - specifically tablets.
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