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September 04, 2011

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IntelePeer

Great point that mobile networks and data plans are not ready to support mobile videoconferencing, though a good-wifi connection can eliminate some of the capacity issues. Yet there are interoperability issues as well. While proprietary services like FaceTime makes personal videoconferencing easy, it only works for folks who use the right iPhone or iPad. For mobile videoconferencing adoption to reach its full potential, we’ll need to resolve the standards issues that stand in the way — such as universal addressing, registry and directory services, so different systems and networks can communicate with each other. We need a way to make videoconferencing work seamlessly across different devices, networks and platforms, and not make users jump through hoops to use the service.

Charles Studt
VP Product Manager, IntelePeer

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