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CTO

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Svein Willassen

Head of appear.in

Telenor Digital

Thomas Scheerbarth

Senior Expert Future Communication

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CTO

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Manuel Núñez Sanz

Head of Core Network

Telefonica

Luca Trione

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Telecom Italia

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Hrvatski Telekom

Patrice Crutel

Senior Arcitect - Core and Service Network Layer

Bouygues Telecom, France

Nuno Silva

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Portugal Telecom

Sebastian Schumann

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Slovak Telekom

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Owner

Alan Quayle Business & Service Development, USA

Tsahi Levent-Levi

Founder

BlogGeek.me

Victor Pascual Avila

Technology, Innovation & Strategy Consultant

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Stephen Sale

Principal Analyst

Analysys Mason

Chris Koehncke

Founder

chriskranky.com

Rob Pickering

CEO

ipcortex

Chad Hart

Senior Director Product Marketing

Dialogic

Chris Vitek

WebRTC Evangelist

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Doug Tait

Director, SDP Product Marketing

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CTO

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Tim Panton

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James Body

Head of Research and Development

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Arvind Rangarajan

Director, Product Marketing

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Stefano Gioia

Master Principal Technical Account Manager

Oracle

Kevin Summers

Director, Market Strategy

Mavenir

Marcin Naggy

Co-Founder

callstats.io

Pamela Clark-Dickson

Principal Analyst - Consumer Services

Ovum

Dan Jenkins

Founder

Nimble Ape

Andy Hutton

Chair

IMTC WebRTC Activity Group

Mathew Hodgson

Co-Founder and Technical Lead

Matrix

Andy Hutton

Chair

IMTC WebRTC Activity Group

Andreas Gal

CTO

Mozilla

Doug Tait

Director, SDP Product Marketing

Oracle Communications

Chris Koehncke

Founder

chriskranky.com

Tim Panton

Protocol Droid

Yopet.us

Adel Al-Hezmi

Senior Researcher – Next Generation Network Infrastructure Competence Sector

Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany

Dan Jenkins

Founder

Nimble Ape

Paul Beardow

CTO

Orange Libon

Chad Hart

Senior Director Product Marketing

Dialogic

Tsahi Levent-Levi

Founder

BlogGeek.me

Understanding the impact and applications of WebRTC from all parts of the ecosystem

A WORD FROM THE CHAIR

Alan QuayleWebRTC is an important movement; its beyond just agreed technologies in the browser / device. Its an ecosystem of large and small, general and specialized service providers. All vying for a piece of the market created when browsers / devices can communicate peer-to-peer WITHOUT a vendor specific download, and all the limitations that incurs. WebRTC is so much more than just voice and video communications between browsers. Put simply WebRTC implements some magic to set up a secure, robust, low-latency, p2p audio, video, and data pipe. And within that pipe anything can be sent, from measurement data from a monitoring device, through gesture and video data for a network-based game, to all the applications of communications within all the processes that now run over the internet. The WebRTC Global Summit showcased some of these applications and gave attendees a great idea on how WebRTC can build on revenue, the technical challenges as well as the solutions.

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Initially thought of as a major disruptor to telecom companies, many view it as an exciting opportunity for operators, developers and vendors with innovative ideas and applications starting to emerge. It is estimated that by 2016 there will be 4.2 billion WebRTC enabled devices worldwide, so what are these new use cases, and how can WebRTC be used to create a new revenue? Who stands to gain the most from harnessing WebRTC and how should telcos approach it? It is widely accepted that WebRTC will play a role in the future of human interaction but how big a part will it play and what does the future hold?  The WebRTC Global Summit brought all parts of the ecosystem together, including telcos, mobile operators, OTT and VoIP players, developers, enterprises and analysts. The event looked at how WebRTC can move forward and the commercial opportunities it holds, as well as early adopter lessons and developments.

Kranky-Geek The Kranky Geek event was a high intensity half day event that brought the developers of  real WebRTC services that run in production to talk about their architecture and challenges.  
  • The Kranky Geek event consisted  of a set of 10 sessions
  • Each session lasted 20 minutes long
  • All speakers were handpicked by Chris Koehncke (ChrisKranky.com) and Tsahi LeventLevi (BlogGeek.me)
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How do you actually build a production level WebRTC application?

  This pre-conference workshop provided in depth knowledge into building a production level WebRTC application. The detail-heavy agenda will included the information beyond the fundamentals, to tackle all the aspects involved in implementing WebRTC into your applications.   WebRTC Expert, &yet’s Philipp Hancke took attendees on this journey from the start of the WebRTC technology, touching on browser compatibility to the holistic view of the coordination of technology elements to create a real Internet communications production application. Click here to see the full 2015 agenda  

96% of attendees would recommend attending the event to a colleague


"Outstanding event for understanding the IMS business market development"

Product Manager, Huawei

"Very good event with interesting topics (especially WebRTC) and good presentations"

Senior Architect, Colt

"Great opportunity for networking and learning about experiences with IMS across the industry"

Principal Architect, Telefonica O2

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