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Google, Plantronics Among 18 Sponsors Supporting New WebRTC Conference & Expo in South San Francisco Later This Month

TMC:

     

WHAT:

WebRTC Conference & Expo

WHEN:

November 27-29, 2012

WHERE:

South San Francisco Conference Center, San Francisco, California

 

www.webrtcexpo.com

 

Press registration is complimentary and includes complete access to all:

  • Keynotes
  • Workshops, including Google Workshop and Demos, Tuesday, Nov. 27
  • Educational sessions
  • Meals
  • Networking events
  • Receptions
  • WebRTC Demo and Awards Session, Wednesday, Nov. 28

To register, visit: http://www.webrtcworld.com/conference/news.aspx

Current Sponsors:

             
Diamond Level:     Google     Plantronics
             
Platinum Level:     Ericsson     Sansay
      Thrupoint     Zingaya
             
Gold Level:     Oracle     drum
      PubNub     Twilio
      Mozilla     Bistri
      Ten Hands     Joyent Cloud
      Tropo      
             
Silver Level:     Add Live     Sangoma
      priologic      
       

Current Speaker list:

           
Darren   Schreiber     2600hZ
Reid   Stidolph     Acme Packet
Patrick   McNeil Sr     Acme Packet
Kavan   Seggie     AddLive
Ann   Lee     Alcatel Lucent
Tsahi   Levent Levi     Amdocs
Chris   McGuan     Avaya
Alan   Johnston     Avaya
Cullen   Jennings     Cisco
Doug   Makishima     D2 Technologies, Inc.
Dean   Bubley     Disruptive Analysis
Chris   Vitek     Enterprise Telemetry
Martin   Korling     Ericsson
Craig   Walker     Firespotter Labs
Martin   Geddes     Geddes
Justin   Uberti     Google
Jan   Linden     Google
Hugh   Finnan     Google
Trent   Johnson     Hookflash
Gang   Chen     IBM
Vladimir   Beloborodov     MERA NN
Steven   Brown     Mitel
Todd   Simpson     Mozilla
John   Logsdon     NetDev/Drum
Phil   Edholm     PKE Consulting
Joe   Burton     Plantronics
Cary   Bran     Plantronics
Todd   Greene     PubNub
Neand   Corbic     Sangoma Technologies
Jerry   Ryner     Sansay
Goncarlo   Morais     Siemens Enterprise Communications
Mohan   Palat     Sonus
Christian   Hoene     Symonics GmBH
Mark   Weidick     TenHands
Dave   Jodoin     ThruPoint Inc.
Ian   Small    

TokBox, Inc.

Miguel   Ponce de Leon     TSSG
Jeff   Lawson     Twilio
Scott   Wharton     Vidtel
Dan   Burnett     Voxeo
Jose   De Castro     Voxeo
Alexey   Aylarov     Zingaya Inc.
     

WebRTC Conference and Expo is where web application providers, investors, developers, and enterprises gather to understand the exciting opportunity that WebRTC opens and to discover how this revolutionary technology will challenge and change much of today's communications landscape.

What is possible with WebRTC?

Changes in Communications

  • Enterprise UC
  • Contact Centers and Customer Service

Economic Impacts

  • Traditional telecommunications companies
  • Web businesses
  • Enterprises

WebRTC Standards

  • Standards Reports & Issues
  • W3C Activities
  • IETF Activities
  • Browser, Codec & other Challenges

WebRTC Demonstrations/Products

  • Experiences with WebRTC
  • HTML5 and WebRTC together
  • Development Activities
  • Specific Developments

WebRTC Education

  • How to Use WebRTC
  • Advanced Techniques

WebRTC Tools

  • Development Tools
  • Integration Into Web Servers

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