WebRTC 2015 Call for ProposalsThe following list of topics is not exhaustive and authors may propose other subjects in keeping within the thematic framework.
It is important to remember that while some sessions are defined as case studies and therefore will be reviewing actual deployments or experience, promotional content will not be allowed in the conference.
The organizers and the conference committee will handpick speakers and presentations to serve audience interest.
WebRTC in action• Fast pace presentations of actual, end-user services.
• Vendors and platform vendors customer reports.
Does WebRTC disrupt UC and Contact Center?• Discussing about disruption WebRTC brings (or not) to UC and contact Centers.
• WebRTC in the service provider network
• How do service providers tackle WebRTC:
- an extension to IMS
- as telecom OTT
Web developer: how to get going with WebRTC?• Describing missing pieces both on client and server sides.
• What does the Web developer need to close these gaps and get going?
• Technical presentations that talk about the problems developers had using WebRTC.
WebRTC Infrastructure• Infrastructure components required to make a service come to life.
• What components are available as hosted service and as products?
WebRTC, a new revenue opportunity or a revenue killer?• Presentations by service providers (telecom and OTT) showcasing real life monetization examples for WebRTC.
• Examples of cases where WebRTC kills existing revenue models or disrupts the incumbents.
WebRTC technology• Technological challenges for WebRTC
• WebRTC for mobile
• Standard topics
Abstracts must not exceed one page. They may be submitted by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Deadline for turning in abstracts: June 21, 2015
Feedback from committee members: June 30, 2015