The 1st International WebRTC Summit is being produced by SYS-CON Media and
WebRTC Journal on November 6-7, co-located with the 13th International Cloud
Expo at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Silicon Valley.
Cloud Expo continues to ride the leading edge of global IT, offering the most
current topics in a comprehensive way. WebRTC is the latest superhot topic
emerging from Cloud Expo, and emerging from the world's of open-source
development and cloud computing worldwide.
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The distinguished lineup of expert speakers will focus on topics such as:
WebRTC for telcos - is there a real business opportunity?
Is Skype a WebRTC Killer, or is WebRTC a Skype killer?
Peer-to-peer use of WebRTC
Integrating WebRTC with Web Audio
The Voice-Enabled... (more)
Wretched violence has once again intruded in a big way into all the world's
efforts to improve economies and the lives of people. It's horrible,
disgusting, and will ultimately achieve the direct opposite of what it's
backers seek. Instead of resolving difficult situations, or "teaching
lessons," it only makes existing quagmires deeper and teaches only that
violence is wrong.
I'm disturbed as I see the US on an apparently inevitable march to war in
Syria, the latest of my country's efforts to resolve problems in the Middle
East. Over the past few days I've heard that moderates f... (more)
"WebRTC and the Codec War" is the topic of just one session at the upcoming
1st WebRTC Summit, and technology giant Cisco has now given even more oomph
to this huge emerging IT trend.
I'll be moderating the two-day Summit, which will be held November 6-7 during
the 13th International Cloud Expo next week at the Santa Clara Convention
Center in Silicon Valley.
The Codec War in particular got a recent boost with Cisco's major
announcement that it will be open sourcing its H.264 codec for
high-definition, online video, making the codec available as a free binary
download. Mozilla ... (more)
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Sun Microsystems famously grew from start-up mode to $1 billion in annual
sales without spending one cent on advertising its products.
It established early on a reputation for good performance, good pricing, and
the latest in a software environment that appealed to technically oriented
users who were writing software, designing bridges, and taking over Wall
Street with what was then a new category of "technical
"Welcome to the world's largest startup!"
Thus tweeted Dell Chairman CEO Michael Dell on taking the company private.
Almost 70% of shareholders approved the $25 billion leveraged buyout proposed
by Michael, including more than half of shareholders who are not associated
with the company.
Carl Icahn, politely referred to as an "activist investor" in many accounts,
had tried to wrest the company away from Dell, opining in the Wall Street
Journal that "the Dell board for years presided over the loss of tens of
billions of dollars in market value at the hands of CEO Michael Dell. Ins... (more)