Recently Voxbone attended the Wainhouse UC&C (Unified Communications & Conferencing) conference in Santa Clara, CA and enjoyed a great couple of days learning from interesting speakers, including a range of Wainhouse Analyst experts, executives representing solution providers, enterprise users and consultants.

I had opportunity give a presentation about the state of the WebRTC market and making the perhaps odd association with Sigmund Freud. In the presentation I theorized that WebRTC is the fulfillment of the “original” dream of VoIP, to have free peer to peer communication around the world. WebRTC promises to enable thousands of web developers to integrate video and voice telephony into any website.  Not surprisingly WebRTC can be controversial. For its more ardent supporters and fans, and the developers and consumers they seek to enable it may be a dream come true. But for carriers and other providers threatened with disintermediation, it might cause anxiety.

So don’t stress or panic, innovate!

For the full story,  watch the  presentation  via the Wainhouse website.


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