Topic of the month covered by WebRTC “activists” For this month the topic is: How will Google’s acquisition of Jibe Mobile and their plans to add RCS to Android devices impact the messaging market (OTT and operators) and does it have any impact on WebRTC? Starting with my opinion on this topic. Amir Zmora Link: […]
About Amir Zmora
Amir Zmora is an independent consultant and VP Alliances & Partnerships for AudioCodes. Amir has been working for over 15 years in the telecommunications market with strong focus on VoIP and today also WebRTC. Amir started as an engineer but for most of his career he has been in product, business and marketing roles. In this capacity, one of the things Amir enjoys mostly in his work is leading company and product turnaround providing hands-on help in defining strategic directions through out-of-the-box thinking and team work. As an independent consultant Amir works with companies mainly in the area of communications and WebRTC on product and business planning, strategy and Go to Market. As VP Alliances & Partnerships for AudioCodes Amir is heading technology and business alliances as well as new technology initiatives and new media. Prior to this Amir was VP Products & Marketing for the Technology Business Unit of RADVISION, an Avaya company for 5 years. In this role Amir led the BU’s strategy as well as overall product activities spanning from Voice and Video over IP developer solutions and testing and media quality monitoring applications to high level HD video client frameworks for mobile, tablet and desktop running on VoLTE and non-VoLTE networks. This was Amir’s second term at RADVISION with a 4 years “break” between them in which he served as VP Marketing & Products and later VP BD for Surf Communication Solutions. Prior to rejoining RADVISION Amir was CEO and Co-founder of a web based service creation and video communication startup. During Amir’s early days with RADVISION he held several technical and marketing managerial positions one of which as head of the H.323 R&D and Product Management groups. Amir is presenting regularly on industry conferences and tradeshows and publishes on industry blogs such as NoJutter, BlogGeek.me and UCStrategies. Amir enjoys mountain biking as well as hiking and other outdoor activities he does together with his wife and 2 children.
Entries by Amir Zmora
For this month the topic is: With the announcement of the Alliance for Open Media what do you hope to see as the outcome of this and what do you view as a practical one.
Topic of the month covered by WebRTC “activists” For this month the topic is: Peer-to-Peer – WebRTC is one of the few peer-to-peer protocols in the web. What can a peer-to-peer protocol offer over a client server one? Starting with my opinion on this topic. Amir Zmora Link: TheNewDialTone Wikipedia lists 3 major components of WebRTC, […]
Topic of the month covered by WebRTC “activists” For this month the topic is: In-context vs. out-of-context WebRTC communication. What fits where? Starting with my opinion on this topic. Amir Zmora Link: TheNewDialTone You see an artwork in a store placed nicely with other items; you start imagining how great it will look at your […]
For this month the topic is: Web App, Native App or anything in-between. Which is best for WebRTC and in what cases? WebRTC is being used on desktop and mobile mostly in a similar way to which users typically use services on these platforms. This means, web on desktop and native app on mobile
Submit your abstract for presenting at WebRTC 2015 Conference in Paris Consider this an invitation to propose an interesting topic you would want to cover at the WebRTC 2015 conference in Paris. A few important things to keep in mind: Anyone can apply for speaking, you can be a personal contributor or a company. Last […]
Topic of the month covered by WebRTC “activists” For this month the topic is: The impact of WebRTC on UC Starting with my opinion on this topic. Amir Zmora Link: TheNewDialTone The word Unified in Unified Communications has nothing to do with unification of platforms. UC is all about bringing all your communication channels to […]
In this post and those to follow, I want to tackle one topic each month and bring to you the opinion of a few of the WebRTC “activists”. For this month the topic is: Which uses cases for WebRTC will dominate in 2015? Most of the opinions presented below relate to B2C contact center type of use cases but there are different angles to this.
Many things were discussed last week at the WebRTC Conference & Expo. One thing I noticed when doing show of hands was a beginning of expansion of the audience from telecom only to other areas. To my surprise, a non-neglectable number of hands were raised when I asked to know who are not coming from telecom oriented companies but rather from Web companies.
WebRTC conference 2014 in Paris is just about to begin, what should you expect to hear and see at the event. From agenda perspective, we have a good split between technology topics, enterprise, service provider and non-telecom startup presentations. As part of the conference agenda we will have 3 startup demo sessions