D2 Technologies, the market leader in embedded IP communications software platforms, announced that chief operating officer Doug Makishima joins other key industry leaders in a debate on the future of WebRTC, an open-source industry initiative supported by Google to enable Real Time Communications via a web browser.
Chris Vitek, president of Enterprise Telemetry, moderated the panel, "Separating Hype from Reality - The Impact of WebRTC on Telecom and Enterprise Ecosystems Within the Next Two Years," where Makishima joined by executives representing Cisco, Hookflash and Disruptive Analysis.
The inaugural WebRTC Conference and Expo was held at the South San Francisco Conference Center. Architects, enablers and users of Web Real-Time Communication gathered at the conference to learn the latest developments regarding emerging applications for the technology. Google has been an early champion of WebRTC by providing key components of the open source technology and recently added it to the beta version of its Chrome web browser. Some interpret the move as a sign that the company believes the addition of VoIP and Video-over-IP to web browsers is the next big development in telecommunications.
About D2 Technologies
D2 is the recognized leader in VoIP and converged IP communications software for devices used in 4G and next-generation networks that deliver advanced communication services, such as VoIP and video over LTE (VoLTE) and IMS-based Rich Communications Suite (RCS). Manufacturers and service providers rely on D2 software to deliver carrier-grade IP communications across any network (LTE, WiMAX, cellular, WiFi, broadband, PSTN), service (voice, video, IM chat, SMS, presence/status, etc.) and system (carrier, IPPBX, UC, OTT, social network, etc.) for a broad range of fixed and mobile devices. From processing billions of VoIP minutes each month to adding enhanced IP communications for Android, learn how D2 software is converging communications at http://www.d2tech.com or follow the company on Twitter @D2Tech.
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