There are other writers out there who have great opinions about WebRTC. Here are a few of them.
So I am on my way to Paris for the WebRTC conference. While I do have 3 speaking slots there, I originally intended to go there to hear others. This is why this post will be dedicated to a few others who I judiciously follow and have written recently about WebRTC. I do hope you will find their writing interesting – I sure do.
Dan York – How WebRTC Will Fundamentally Disrupt Telecom
Dan York decided to provide an introductory post to WebRTC and why it is going to change telephony. For me, the key point is towards the end of his post:
We really have absolutely no idea what will happen…
… when we make it as simple for ANY developer to create a rich, real-time communications experience as it is to create a web page.
This is what WebRTC is really about.
Martin Geddes – WebRTC: The web learns to hear and see
Martin Geddes is one of the distinct thought leaders in telecom. Each time I “bump” into his writings or presentations, I have to stop and think a bit on the implications of what he is saying.
In his latest newsletter, he talks about WebRTC as well.
There is no need to write anything more about it – I already summed this one up…
Dean Bubley – Telcos will suffer because of “subscription myopia”
If you are into the doom of gloom of telcos and their demise, then there is no other better writer for you than Dean Bubley (he is also one of my magnificent seven).
In his piece, he goes to explain why the phone subscription is becoming inconsequential in a world with WebRTC in it.
Alan Quayle – What WebRTC means to telecoms
Alan Quayle is yet another one of my magnificent seven. He took the time to provide his world view about WebRTC and what telcos can do about (with?) WebRTC.
Worth the time.
Reid Stidolph – Peering into the communication crystal ball: WebRTC
Reid wrote recently on Acme Packet’s new blog about WebRTC. This piece is interesting as it follows the recent IIT RTC Conference, where was a special WebRTC track.
Dave Michels – WebRTC all hype
Dave contacted me recently about a Google Hangout he wanted to do with two others: Kevin Keiller and Thomas Howe. The topic – WebRTC. Dave and Kevin were pessimistic about it. Thomas and myself the optimists.
The end result can be viewed on the blog post – now you tell me – is it all hype or will something come out of this WebRTC thing?
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