It is 2015. Please join me in this webinar on WebRTC to conclude 2014, and look at what’s ahead of us.
The good folks at BrightTALK have asked me to present a session on WebRTC. Since this is happening in January, the decision was to discuss the state of WebRTC. I did something similar for Upperside WebRTC conference (which unfortunately I couldn’t attend). So this is a chance for me to do this session properly.
Here’s the excerpt of the session:
2014 had been a busy year for WebRTC. We’ve seen the mandatory video codec discussion come to closure, Microsoft coming into the fold and the launch of high profile startups such as Talko and Wire.
In this session, Tsahi Levent-Levi will cover the progress and changes we’ve seen throughout 2014, giving glimpses to what can be expected in 2014 from WebRTC.
The session will cover:
- Browser support of WebRTC
- ORTC & WebRTC, Video MTI codec
- Unified Communications and WebRTC
- The rise of mobile WebRTC services
- The rapid changes in the WebRTC PaaS market
When? Jan 15 2015 14:00 EST
While preparing the presentation, I had to go back myself to a lot of the events of 2014. There were many – a lot more than what I have expected. If you want to get a quick overview of the past and to understand how this affects trends we will see in 2015 with WebRTC, then join me for this session. Participation is free.
BTW – there are more WebRTC related sessions throughout that day on BrightTALK – just follow the link and check out the other sessions on the right hand sidebar.