For over 15 years, industry analyst and futurist Dean Bubley has tracked the evolution of voice and video communications and 10 years ago, he started running public master-classes on “The Future of Voice” together with his colleague Martin Geddes. That same year a new standard designed to embed realtime voice
In this guest article, Industry analyst and futurist Dean Bubley discusses the ongoing shift from monolithic to decoupled best-of-breed solutions which can be seen in many different type of systems across industries. How will this transition effect current and future telecare and telehealth solutions and what will Solution Providers have
In this guest article, Dean Bubley discusses how cloud-communications functions can be designed into more complex systems and safety-critical applications. Is there a need for a new type of communications platform that can better handle reliability, security and scalability requirements? Read the blog and explore this topic further in our
In this guest article, Industry analyst and futurist Dean Bubley explores People-to-process communications and telehealth technology trends driven by Covid-19 and how these trends suggest the need for a new class of communications platform. A platform which can give flexible, assured and secure service for complex, device-rich voice and video
We are happy to announce that Dean Bubley, a global outspoken industry analyst and futurist, with huge experience in areas such as CPaaS, WebRTC, 5G and telecom strategy, will be guest-blogging on iotcomms.io Dean Bubley’s background Mr. Bubley is known for his visionary but challenging opinions, his online presence as
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