Real Time Communications Viewpoints
Providing a “seamless” – “predictable” – and “high quality” communications experience is table stakes for service providers, who continue to fight to attract and retain end-users in an increasingly competitive world. End-users – whether consumers or employees – are more demanding than ever, with the generation coming up practically born with smartphones and tablets. I […]
Don’t miss your life.
For the last ten years, I have been working in a very interesting space in the IP networking world – Session Border Controllers (SBCs)– which in the simplest definition allow IP “sessions” to flow from their initiation to their completion, traversing multiple networks, for example, to ensure a Voice over IP (VoIP) call from London […]
When I was a kid, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on a videophone and “Dick Tracy” video wrist watch. Never could I have imagined how visual my entire life would become — digitally visual. I recently read people are watching more on their mobile devices than on their TVs. TVs are now monitors […]
I do a ton of research, reading and thinking about “real time” applications and my “go-to” genius website of late is www.addlive.com Check out the customer solutions they have built. This team was early in WebRTC and consistently is producing live apps on their platform, including this one for Peloton: http://www.pelotoncycle.com/ Peloton offers live streaming […]
Imagine the following: 1. You are at a large regional hospital complex, many blocks vast, and trying to find your Mom’s room. She was admitted for emergency surgery the night before, and you’ve just flown half way across the country to see her. You approach a video wall. You look at the interactive map. […]
When my husband Tom turned 60, I offered to take him anywhere in the world to celebrate. Paris! London! Rome! He chose Bloomington, Indiana, his birthplace, and so we lit out for Indianapolis International Airport from New York, rented a very large green Cadillac, and drove directly to his boyhood home on South Fess Avenue. […]