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Three Ways to Tame the Wild West of WebRTC

Tuesday, April 21, 2015
TIME: 11:00am ET/ 8:00am PT


Web Real-time Communication (WebRTC) is one of the most disruptive communication and collaboration technologies to hit the market in years. It’s a wild, untamed market that is expected to become more complex as the device base continues to move from PCs to mobile phones and tablets…and beyond. Taming the Wild West of WebRTC may seem daunting, but the answer is as simple as S-B-C. Session Border Controllers (SBCs) deployed at the edge of the network help secure networks from attack by recognizing and neutralizing threats, while ensuring reliable communication by bridging the technology gap between old and new. SBCs are a critical component of a successful WebRTC game plan for any enterprise or service provider.

Although WebRTC is generating high levels of interest and excitement, IT departments need to be aware of 3 key factors:

  • WebRTC must  integrate seamlessly into established SIP environments
  • Enterprises and service providers need to be judicious about network security to prevent attacks over WebRTC.
  • WebRTC will open up new revenue streams and means to improve customer satisfaction

Join the discussion to learn how  WebRTC can open your business  to new frontiers, securely and reliably.


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David Tipping
Vice President and General Manager, SBC Business,

David Tipping is the vice president and general manager of the SBC Business at Sonus. Prior to this role, Tipping served as Sonus' Vice president of product marketing and product management. Tipping has served in several executive and management roles during his tenure with Sonus, including Vice president of Sonus Worldwide Systems Engineering, Vice president of Sonus' Service Providers for the Americas division and as technical director of Sonus' Eastern region. Previously, Tipping spent four years at Enterasys/Cabletron Systems, a Siemens enterprise communications company, as a Senior Systems Engineer supporting customers in the Midwest and New England. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New Hampshire.


Peter Bernstein
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