Organizations with new or existing deployments of Oracle Service Cloud have a unique opportunity to leverage
advanced video chat functionality to significantly enhance customer experiences on
Web Real Time Communications (WebRTC) transforms any device with a browser into a voice, video, and screen sharing endpoint, without the need of downloading, installing, and configuring special applications or browser plug-ins.
WebRTC is an emerging industry standard for enabling Web browsers with real-time communications capabilities. It enables enterprises to enhance Web sites, empower BYOD users, and improve video collaboration and on-line meetings, to name but a few examples.
SPAN's ConnectCare is a WebRTC-based telemedicine app, which allows consumers to easily and instantly avail clinical healthcare from the providers, regardless of their location. This app is extremely useful to healthcare providers, patients and their caregivers alike.
This whitepaper covers two of the most relevant topics in communications industry today: WebRTC and security. We will introduce the problem of security in WebRTC including those traditional VoIP attacks that are going to be present in WebRTC services. Later we will mention ad-hoc WebRTC attacks and protection mechanisms, to close with an overview of identity management solutions.
In the Internet age, businesses that own fixed and mobile communication networks, including traditional Communications Service Providers (CSPs) of all
kinds, are being challenged with some tough questions: How do we stay relevant to our customers?
WebRTC is an industry standard for enabling Web browsers with real-time communications capabilities. It enables enterprises to enhance Web sites, empower BYOD users, and improve video collaboration and on-line meetings, to name but a few examples. WebRTC helps IT organizations accelerate time to market and contain costs by breaking vendor and platform dependencies. And it enables better user experiences by eliminating cumbersome browser specific vendor application plug-ins.
This document examines the growing important of WebRTC, both generally and for telecom service providers. It considers the expanding range of
use-cases, the multiple layers of interoperability likely to be desired by telcos, and some implications in terms of network integration and mobility.
WEBRTC SOLUTIONS PAPERS, SLIDES, COLLATERAL
Featured Keynote at the WebRTC Conference and Expo in San Jose.
Is it possible to deploy a WebRTC Gateway and a Telecom Service Exposure platform in 3 weeks?
We play a leading role in the WebRTC industry, working on topics like standardization and dissemination in different groups and forums...
Once upon a time...
Internet was without form and void. And dark.
Publishing and finding content on the Internet was an ancient and dark matter, only know by powerful Jedi Master (aka geek)
Suddenly everything changed...
The Media Issue...
Transcoding Media profiles, Codecs
Incompatibilities when interworking towards legacy networks
Conferencing and Media Mixing...
The Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller enables communications service providers (CSPs) and enterprises to offer WebRTC services – from virtually any device, across virtually any network – with carrier-grade reliability and security.
- WebRTC Market and Opportunities
- WebRTC Challenges
- Oracle Communication WebRTC Session Controller
Communication Service Provider (CSP) voice service revenues continue to face pressure due to shifts in communication preferences and competition from non-traditional service providers. Voice communications are now often embedded into applications outside the domain of traditional telephony voice usage. CSPs have been challenged to effectively leverage and monetize new web-oriented communications technologies.