WebRTC Browser and Mobile App Soft Clients

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Some slides from the WebRTC Conference May 2015
PKE Consulting 2015
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Disruptive WebRTC:
New, Old or No
Service Providers?
Ingate’s SBCs do more than POTSoIP SIP. They were
developed for standard compliant end-to-end
multimedia SIP connectivity everywhere.
WebRTC is just aligned – Ingate adds Q-TURN
telepresence quality and the WebRTC & SIP
Companion Gateway brings all WebRTC features to
the enterprise PBX/UC Solution/call center and to
the service provider next-generation telephony.
Karl Stahl, CEO
Ingate Systems AB
[email protected]
[email protected]
Some slides from the WebRTC Conference May 2015
Let’s jump to the Phone Redefined related slides
WebRTC WILL be on Everyone’s Desktop
Even a test site is persuasive, try it at: https://webrtc.ingate.com
• Clicks, links and numbers (here
hooked up to SIP, PBX and PSTN)
• You actually use it a lot!
• But is it a service or product?
https://webrtc.ingate.com/[email protected]
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Carriers Offer Voice Services Over Their SIP Trunks
WebRTC Opens for Offering More and Better
Typically delivered via a CPE (e.g. an E-SBC) as a demarcation point
Won’t they deliver a “WebRTC E-SBC
Companion CPE” instead? Will give more 
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Telephony-Type Services (just better) Are Coming
(Not only IMS/RCS/Joyn, but more WebRTC OTT/Internet-based)
Old Telephone Network is Not the
Core Anymore. It’s just for interop.
In progress:
• The mobile WebRTC phone app,
for both Android and iPhone
• For the first time, we get good
enough global connectivity to
really replace the mobile phone
• And (of course) it ALSO goes far
beyond the POTS functionality
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Today Carriers Offer Voice Services Over Their SIP Trunks
WebRTC Opens For Offering More And Better
Typically delivered via a CPE (e.g. an E-SBC) as a demarcation point
• SIP Trunks for POTS Connectivity
• Hosted with desktop phones on LAN
• Enterprise PBX with desktop phones
But seldom…
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Tomorrow Carriers Could Bring UC
To The Devices We Already Have
Then delivered via a CPE (e.g. an E-SBC + WebRTC & SIP Companion Gateway)
as a demarcation point
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Tomorrow Carriers Could Bring UC
To The Devices We Already Have
Then delivered via a CPE (e.g. an E-SBC + WebRTC & SIP Companion Gateway)
as a demarcation point
And all these devices become
the clients we want for the
enterprise UC solution.
And with mobile devices, failover,
backup, disaster recovery of the
UC can come automatically
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With Good WebRTC Soft Clients For Smartphones
Wireline Carriers Can be OTT Virtual Mobile Operators
We hardly use desktop phones (no matter how good) anymore
Mobile smartphones are used everywhere
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WebRTC’s superior remote connectivity: Talk everywhere you can surf
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WebRTC smartphone clients OTT over LTE and Wi-Fi is all you need
and WebRTC is far superior to the mobile voice we know
With smartphone WebRTC clients connected to the enterprise SIP trunked PBX
and UC environment the SIP trunk provider becomes a virtual mobile operator!
WebRTC soft clients – both as web clients and as apps - are coming, even
for iPhone. Be aware!
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