With the arrival of the WebRTC Conference and Expo rapidly approaching – the show takes place June 25-27 in Atlanta, GA at the Cobb Galleria – many of the exhibitors have already expressed their intent to participate, and numerous attendees have already made travel plans.
One of the newest attendees to mark their calendars is none other than Alcatel-Lucent's (News - Alert) Mike Lambert, who will be delivering the keynote address at the big show.
Mike Lambert (News - Alert) serves as the Solutions Director for Advance Business Communications. This puts him in a lead position in the creation and execution of product strategy across Alcatel-Lucent's IP Multimedia Subsystem (News - Alert) (IMS) portfolio. Lambert has been working with a variety of products at Alcatel-Lucent, having more than 15 years of experience to his name throughout the telecom industry and the marketing of same.
Those interested in catching Lambert's keynote can start the registration process right now. Passes to the WebRTC Conference and Expo include access to the conference and keynote sessions, as well as Conference Networking events and food and drink during all meals and breaks.
A wide array of companies are set to exhibit, with the show's sponsors including Google, TokBox, Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent, Oracle and many more.
Lambert's acceptance of the keynote slot has been well-received. TMC's (News - Alert) CEO, Rich Tehrani – who along with Systemwide Media and PKE Consulting sponsors the WebRTC Conference and Expo – had some remarks on the matter to show some of the impact of bringing in Lambert; "Mike's enthusiasm and experience in evangelizing and monetizing new communications technologies will provide a terrific background for attendees as they prepare to deploy this revolutionary technology."
With WebRTC itself rapidly gaining ground as the communications method to beat over the next few years, thanks to its sheer versatility and ease of use, there will likely follow plenty of development in the field as well. Attending a conference like the WebRTC Conference and Expo, meanwhile, will show off just what's coming in the near-term future, and provide insight on what's likely to come in the slightly farther-term future as well.
With Lambert delivering the keynote, it's a safe bet that those who have a stake in the near-term future of WebRTC will get better insight on how to make that future better – and more profitable – for all stakeholders involved.
There are a huge number of reasons to hit the show, so if WebRTC is looking like the future for anyone out there, it may very well be a good idea to attend the show and see what's coming up next in a field that promises some pretty substantial advances in the near future.
Edited by Braden Becker