TokBox at WebRTC expo

webrtc-logoHere at TokBox HQ we’ve spent the past couple of weeks getting excited and getting ready for the WebRTC Conference & Expo taking place in Atlanta June 17-19. For those who have not been before, this semi-annual expo is the longest running WebRTC event where attendees have the opportunity to meet service providers, attend training sessions, learn about the latest developments and hear from industry experts.

Already this has been an exciting year in the WebRTC world, with some significant movements in the industry, exciting acquisitions and the development of innovative new use cases.  We’re sure that next week’s event will be one of the best yet!

At the event we’ll announce some exciting new platform enhancements – we’ll post all of those announcements here on the blog so stay tuned.

As per usual, team TokBox will really be getting their hands dirty at this event with a keynote, demos, and panel sessions. You can find a TokBox’er speaking in the following sessions:

Tuesday, June 17

  • 11:00am- Our CTO Badri Rajasekar will be talking about interesting movements and consolidations in the  WebRTC ecosystem session now that we are seeing more and more innovative, real world use cases crop up.

  • 11:00am – In ‘The Big Build Comparison of WebRTC Development Platforms’, one of our development partners, Tim Ricciardi, will be talking about how he built an app for Bridgestone golf using the OpenTok platform.

  • 4:10pm – Telefonica CEO of Digital Communications and TokBox Chairman, Ian Small will be delivering his keynote speech so come along to hear about the latest and greatest in WebRTC technologies and our developments to the OpenTok platform.

Wednesday, June 18

  • 9:50am – TokBox senior Scientist Oscar Divorra Escoda will be discussing ‘The Video Conundrum’ discussing the position of WebRTC today and where we can expect to see it go in the context of recent developments.

  • 11:30am – TokBox CEO Scott Lomond will sit on the panel to discuss ‘Customer Service: The Killer app for WebRTC’, a session examining WebRTC deployments in customer service scenarios and how they are proceeding.

  • 2:40pm – Ian Small will be on the panel of the ‘Service Provider’ session in which service providers will discuss using WebRTC in their offerings to enhance their services and revenue.

Thursday, June 19

  • 8:30am – Scott Lomond will be on his second panel of the week, this time discussing ‘Contact Centre Decisions & Options’, looking at how contact centres are likely to integrate or use separately WebRTC solutions.

  • 10:50am – Ian Small will be on the panel for the WebRTC for the Telecom Professionals session, talking about how WebRTC has been challenging the Telco industry and giving his perspective on how the rules are changing.

While you can catch most of these presentations after the conference online, if you’re there in person, we’d love to meet you! We’ll be located at booths 100 and 102 in the Expo Hall. In addition to OpenTok demo applications, you’ll be able to see the Bridgestone Golf Kiosk in person. And maybe even score a set of golf balls recommended to you by a B-FIT expert.

We hope to see you in Atlanta. If you’d like to set up some time to meet our team in advance of the conference, send us a note at bizdev@tokbox.com.

Stay tuned for platform news next week!