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WebRTC: Applications, Solutions, and the Future of Real-time Communications; New Study Now Available at

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) September 25, 2014

Next generation communications will be highly interactive, flexible, and place applications, content, and commerce at the fingertips of the masses in a way that makes smartphones and OTT of today pale in comparison.

This report evaluates three key technologies and solutions for next generation service delivery including:

WebRTC: Applications, Solutions, and the Future of Real-time Communications

Hypervoice: Challenges and Opportunities for Value-added Voice Services

Everything as a Service (XaaS): Leading Solution Areas and Companies Poised for Success

This report is a must read for anyone that needs to stay ahead of the curve in terms of market developments that will drive the future of telecommunications.

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Report Benefits

    Identify the future of communications
    Learn about three key technologies impacting telecom
    Understand the impact of WebRTC, Hypervoice, and Xaas
    Learn about practical applications and integration of these solutions

Report Audience: Cloud Services Companies, Mobile Cellular Carriers, Wireless Device Manufacturers, Wireless Infrastructure Providers and Commerce, Content and Application Providers.

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Table of Contents

WebRTC: Applications, Solutions, and the Future of Real-time Communications

1 Introduction

2 Overview of Open Source and WebRTC Technology

3 Effects on the Enterprise Applications


5 Case Study: Creating WebRTC Application

6 WebRTC Applications

7 Future of WebRTC

Everything as a Service (XaaS): Leading Solution Areas and Companies Poised for Success

1 Overview of Hypervoice 5

1.1 What is Hypervoice and Why is it Important? 5

1.2 Voice-enabled Web an Value-added Voice 6

2 Post-Telephony Voice Landscape 8

2.1 Sources of Value in Voice 8

2.1.1 VoLTE, RCS, and IMS 9

2.1.2 Voice over LTE Alternative: VoLGA uses Circuits with LTE 11

2.1.3 VoLTE Challenges and Opportunities for Mobile Operators 11

2.2 Emerging Use Cases for Voice 14

2.3 “Apps Stores” for Voice Services 15

2.4 Future Scenarios 15

3 Hypervoice Case Studies 16

3.1 Telefonica Azul 16

3.2 Oracle & 16

4 Technical Execution Challenges 17

4.1 Hypervoice and WebRTC 17

4.2 Privacy and Compliance 20

4.3 Hypervoice and the Internet of Things (IoT) 20

Everything as a Service (XaaS): Leading Solution Areas and Companies Poised for Success

1 Introduction 5

1.1 Executive Summary 5

1.2 XaaS: Market Driver for DaaS 6

2 The SPI Model (SaaS, Paas and Iaas) 7

2.1 Software as a Service (SaaS) 7

2.2 Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) 11

2.3 Platform as a Service (PaaS) 12

3 Benefits for the Enterprise 14

3.1 Market Forecasts 2014 – 2018 15

3.2 Transforming Enterprise Operations into the Cloud: Benefits and Challenges 17

4 Everything as a Service (Xaas) 20

4.1 Storage as a Service (STORaaS) 20

4.2 Communication as a Service (CaaS) 21

4.3 Network as a Service (NaaS) 22

4.4 Monitoring as a Service (MaaS) 22

4.5 Back-up as a Service (BaaS) 23

4.6 Desktop as a Service (DTaaS) 24

4.7 Database as a Service (DBaaS) 26

4.8 Big Data as a Service (BDaaS) 28

4.9 Identity as a Service (IDaaS) 30

4.10 Management as a Service (MGTaaS) 31

4.11 Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) 31

4.12 Proximity as a Service (PROXaaS) 32

4.13 XaaS Future Direction 35

5 XaaS Vendors Landscape 36

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“Health care has been a major segment for MentorMate for many years, with year-over-year increases to more than 30% of the business with clients like Medtronic, Medica, Amcon (now Spok), MyMeds and numerous other health IT-related companies,” says Björn Stansvik, CEO and Founder of MentorMate. “The opportunity of mobile in its broadest sense—including mobile devices, wearables, driveables, flyables, robots, intelligent machines, implantables and nano-ingestables—combined with the human mind and body constitutes an opportunity to elevate humanity through technology by enabling prevention over intervention, identification and eradication of waste, and a more participatory role for people in their own health care.”

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The session will give delegates insight into the role that tech giants like Samsung, Google and Apple can play as they enter the health and wellness market and their impact on preventative care and disease management. Cambridge Consultants believes that as healthcare delivery models change, non-regulated devices can be effectively incorporated into care plans to not only prevent onset of disease but also provide more data for managing lifestyle diseases.

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The full session description can be viewed below:

Consumer Brands Take Charge

With reports suggesting that $ 2.2B has already been invested in digital health start-ups in the first half of 2014, it’s crucial for the impact of these investments to be outlined.

Discuss the role tech giants, e.g. Apple and Samsung, will play such as focusing on wellness vs. certified mainstream healthcare to predict how consumer adoption will be effected
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