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North America II 2014
5th February 2015

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Dear {subtag:name},

WebRTC is gaining momentum, but its standards are still fragmented, and this provides a breathing space before the big onslaught. Should carriers double in WebRTC as well as VoLTE and help to improve WebRTC standards? The challenge for WebRTC standards is to design Internet-style VoIP which can inter-connect like carriers’ IMS, to provide network of networks, regardless of the application. Yet Voice is becoming nothing more than an application itself.

Increasing ways of communication have marginalized Voice, but conversational video will become the new Voice. We heard that it is coming for decades – but it is still not there. Will VoLTE make it possible? Internet applications work after a fashion, but they are getting worse, not better. Where is it going?

VoLTE (Voice over LTE) must compete with upcoming WebRTC . VoLTE as IP based app, is very much like Internet VoIP. How can carrier differentiate, when the differences are blurred?   Can VoLTE API enable triggering VoLTE (not WebRTC) from any web app, allowing the carrier to decide how to carry Voice? If WebRTC is becoming more like VoLTE, what is done to make VoLTE more like WebRTC?  Can VoLTE apps, such as RSC, help to encourage take-up? As a native phone facility, can it still compete with popular social media, especially when it is armed with WebRTC?

Can the unmanaged ‘stupid’ Internet deliver ‘good-enough’ Voice QoS? Can it ever be as safe and reliable as VoLTE?  Would people pay for that, or choose the cheaper internet Voice? Can ‘good-enough’ be defined and quantified?  WebRTC empowers anyone to become a virtual Voice provider – a threat to the powerful carriers whose stronghold on apps has already slipped.  Large enterprises still need reliable Voice, and can manage their own networks to improve IP voice quality – but what standards and what products will they choose?


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 This issue is devoted to The Voice of the Network – let the battle commence and features the following articles by sector leaders:

 

  • Jiashun (Jason) VP, Core network, Nanjing R&D centre, ZTE, USA

     

  • John Parr, Business Development Director, Acision

     

  • Kevin Cook, President & CEO, Dialogic

     

  • Mohammad Nezarati, CEO, Esna Technologies

     

  • Donald Culeton, President & CEO/ & Mike Holleran, Director Product Management, Back Office, IDI Billing Solutions

     

  • Brad Bush, EVP & CMO, GENBAND

     

  • Karl Stahl, CEO, Ingate

     

  • Krishna Yarlagadda, President, Imagination Technologies Inc

     

  • Hassan Ahmed, Chairman & CEO, Affirmed Networks 

     

  • Houman Modarres, Sr. Director of Marketing, Nuage Networks

     

  • Vaughan Emery, President & CEO, CENTRI Technology

     

  • Alastair Kane, VP, Europe, Zayo Group

     

  • Dave Williams, CEO, Device Cloud Networks (DCN)

     

  • Pardeep Kohli, President & CEO Mavenir 

 

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