Can you see me now? Radisys to attend ITEXPO

Today, it’s no longer a question of whether our mobile devices ensure uninterrupted voice. In fact, when is the last time you can recall that famous bespectacled pitchman asking if you can hear him now? With 4G mobile networks rolling out, and new devices adopted by end users, mobile video conferencing is becoming increasingly important to today’s consumer.

At this year’s ITEXPO, I’ve been selected to address the many issues vendors must consider when offering mobile video solutions. My presentation is entitled, “The Realities of Mobile Video Conferencing,” and I’ll examine what it takes to deliver enterprise-grade video conferencing including HD voice, video and data sharing.

Want to know more about end-user experiences with the mobile video platforms available on the market today? I’ll address that as well.

So, if you’re in sunny Miami this week, I hope you’ll pop in to hear (and see) my presentation on what’s next in the world of mobile video. All the details below for your reference…

  • Who: Al Balasco, Radisys
  • What: Speaking Session, The Realities of Mobile Video Conferencing
  • When: Track: Communications & Collaborations on Thursday, February 2, 1:00-1:45 EST
  • Where: ITEXPO, Miami, Florida, Miami Beach Convention Center

About the Author

Al Balasco

Al Balasco is the Head of Media, Core and Applications Business. Prior to his current role, he was the Sr. Director of Product Management for the Media Server business. Before joining Radisys in October 2010, Al was the Director of Product Management in Avaya Inc.’s Unified Communications business unit where he was responsible for the delivery of a variety of collaboration solutions and partnerships. Prior to Avaya, Mr. Balasco was the Vice President of Product Management at Spectel and was instrumental in defining the company’s VOIP conferencing and collaboration strategy. He also served as Director of Marketing for Sonexis Inc. and Director of Product Management at Brooktrout Software. Mr. Balasco has over 25 years of product management, business development and marketing experience in the telecommunications industry and has an MBA from Northeastern University in Boston.

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