WebRTC Global Summit
in 2016 will bring together everyone in the ecosystem, including WebRTC pioneers and experts, enterprises, operators, developers and vendors for a two-day conference with telco, enterprise and developer streams, Kranky Geek and TAD Hacks on the weekend before.
We invite all those interested and already working on WebRTC to come, see and discuss the progress made recently with WebRTC in terms of how easy it is to use, deploy and advance to deliver the services which consumers, enterprises and the society need.
We're glad to announce that WebRTC Global Summit
in 2016 will be FREE TO ATTEND FOR ALL ENTERPRISES, OPERATORS AND DEVELOPERS*
*entrepreneurs and small companies
Click here to see the topics which will be covered.
The focus in 2016 will be particularly on use cases, who has managed to successfully use WebRTC to engage their customers, help the society or improve enterprise collaboration?
How did they do it?
What did they learn?
What are the end-users saying?
We are already speaking to several potential case study presenters. If you'd like to apply to present your case study of WebRTC or would like to receive the draft agenda, please contact email@example.com
On the first day of the conference, we will include special focus for enterprises, featuring concrete use cases and security implications for WebRTC in the enterprise.
In this part of the event, brand new speakers from the following types of companies will be invited to spice up the 2016 edition of WebRTC Global Summit in London:
Large enterprises including banks and financial institutions, insurance providers, electricity companies, retailers, contact centres, the education sector, as well as smaller and medium sized companies that have been successful in using WebRTC technology to deliver the service their customers need.
Due to their popularity in 2015, WebRTC will again in 2016 feature TAD Hacks over the weekend before the conference, and Kranky Geek during the week.
The developer focused content will also feature case studies from the society where WebRTC helped a certain group of the community.