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Conference Day 2 | Thursday 17 December 2015


Amir Zmora, Technology Committee Chairman, Consultant at

    WebRTC - Benefits for Service Providers, Benefits for Enterprises

WebRTC presents several benefits for service providers. Since the communications functions are embedded in the browser, SPs can rely on an always improving and stabilizing platform without doing any work. But how are WebRTC benefits realized for enterprise or consumer end users? Applying recent IDC survey data, this will compare WebRTC benefits for SPs and enterpprises covering, which business operations benefit from WebRTC, what WebRTC features are most important, and what are the barriers to enterprise adoption of WebRTC.

Mark Winther, Group VP & Consulting Partner, Telecom, IDC

09.10 WebRTC for Enterprise Application
09.10   Groupama Insurance Group WebRTC Application
    Describing « Granvillage », a social network based on WebRTC Communications which aim is to enable Groupama customers to reach other customers with a mobile feature phone, by SMS, by voicemessage (with SpeechToText and TextToSpeech), by web, by smartphone.

Philippe Vayssac, Project Leader, Groupama
09.30   Mailbird: Bringing WebRTC to the Desktop
    Describing Mailbird, its users, the challenges and the problem that is being solved through WebRTC. Mailbird is a Windows only email client which aims to reduce the email workload drastically.
Besides the core application (email) it includes a number of apps to enrich experience and productivity. One of the apps is Veeting. It allows users to open a WebRTC session among email recipients with just a click.

Fabian Bernhard,
09.50   WebRTC as Next Generation Contact Center Technology Enabler
    Deployment of new WebRTC Capable web based agents using cloud infrastructure will reduce costs of new working places and with less security risks.
WebRTC integration with Contact Centers seems promising, what are Experiences from Real-World Deployment?

Matej Žvan,
CTO, Browsetel
10.10   Making WebRTC Real for Enterprises
    Drawing on real-world implementations in financial services, contact centres, and unique communications applications to illustrate the keys to creating and deploying products and services that enterprises will embrace.

Gethin Liddell, Director Technical Sales – EMEA APAC,
CaféX Communications
11.00 Round Table
    WebRTC: a New Revenue Opportunity or a Revenue Killer?

Amir Zmora, Technology Committee Chairman, Consultant at TheNewDialTone

Gilles Duboue, Alcatel Lucent
Mark Winther,
Dean Bubley,
Disruptive Analysis
Federico Descalzo,
11.30 Demos Contest Part 1
    Innovation award
Best of show award
Audience award

CaféX Communications

12.30   LUNCH

Dean Bubley, Consultant, Disruptive Analysis

14.00 WebRTC Technology
14.00   OpenWebRTC, Mobile and Contextual Communication
    Expanding the concept of mobile WebRTC and looking at the next wave of industrial use-cases for contextual communication.

Stefan Ålund, ericsson
14.20   Thinking WebRTC Mobile First
    Today real-time communications in mobile devices typically means general purpose, non-contextual audio and video calling. WebRTC promises more by embedding real-time with context. For mobile this means apps enabled with WebRTC capabilities. While mobile implementations of WebRTC are now available for iOS and Android, there are still many decisions that need to be made to take advantage of it. Things like what frameworks to use, native vs. hybrid, how to handle security and much more. Going from concept to delivered application and what steps and decisions need to be made along the way.

Scott Graham, IBM
14.40   Scalable Multi-party Topologies
    Traditional video conferencing is typically using high quality yet expensive and computing intensive architectures.As multiparty video communication is moving to high capacity cloud based consumer and SME segments scalability and low price points are required. What are the alternatives when planning multiparty video solutions.

Amir Zmora, Technology Committee Chairman, Consultant at
15.00   Moving WebRTC from an Asterisk to a Headline
    WebRTC is still perceived as difficult for mainstream developers. Why isn’t WebRTC as popular as NodeJS? Why isn’t everyone adding voice, data-channels, and video to their services? What can be done to attract more developers to integrate WebRTC? Discussing the many roadblocks WebRTC is facing in depth, and how the developer community can work past them.

Hugh Goldstein, VP of Strategic Alliances, Voxbone
15.20   WebRTC enables the New Way of Working
    Based on WebRTC technology, Circuit is everything your teams need to communicate in a single app. It’s voice, video, screen share, chat, and file sharing. It’s collaboration made simple.

Eric Leblanc,
Vice President, France, Unify
15.40   Debugging and Testing WebRTC Apps: Practical Overview and Recommendations
    Reviewing some major challenges that WebRTC developers typically meet in practice. Describing available tools that help improving the efficiency of your debugging and testing activities on WebRTC apps.
Showing quick demos of such tools.

Vladimir Beloborodov,
Unified Communications CTO, Mera
16.00   WebRTC-Enhanced Freephone Service
    Providing an introduction to the ECT WebRTC-Enhanced Freephone Service with a description of features followed by a live demo.

Metin Sezer, Director of New Products, ECT
16.50 SDN & NFV for WebRTC Infrastructure
16.50   What SDN Can Bring to WebRTC
    Demonstrating how it is possible to obtain a better QoS for HD video calls by reserving bandwidth and by marking the flows, by using SDN controlers (OpenDaylight). Describing mechanisms that allow to perform admission control and policy enforcement according to end-users needs.

Giuseppe Monteleone, Italtel
17.10   Is NFV a Key Success Factor for Telecom Service Providers to Offer WebRTC-based services?
    Why not looking at NFV to quickly test and manage the dynamic and large scale end-to-end user communications services that WebRTC will drive? Exploring the traffic model deployed over the telecom operators’ networks to assess how virtualization can bring innovation agility and decreasing costs through different service examples.

Frederic Huve, Industry Principal and Chief Solution Architect,
HewleTT packard Enterprise
17.30 Demos Contest Part 2
    Innovation award
Best of show award
Audience award

18.30 Winning TaDHack Demo Session

Review of the Mini TaDHack Paris Event (English Speaking)

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