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Video Interoperability: Today and Tomorrow

Jim Kelly  (Senior Analyst, Recon Research)

Peter Verwayen  (Vice President of Product , BlueJeans by Verizon)

Espen Loberg  (VP, Product Management , Webex by Cisco)

Jordan Owens  (CTO, Americas, Pexip)

Ilya Bukshteyn  (Vice President, Microsoft Teams Calling and Devices, Microsoft)

Date: Tuesday, April 11

Time: 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm

Pass Type: Entire Event Orlando - Monday-Thursday, Tues - Thurs Conference Orlando, Entire Event Virtual, On-Demand - Get your pass now!

Session Type: On-Demand Conference Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Today, video interop is the Wild Wild West. Sometimes ad-hoc interop meetings aren't possible. Other times the available interop options depend on the device installed in the room. In many cases, interop calls provide a "guest" level experience. Far too often, interop supports dial-in only. Worst of all, sometimes the workflow changes depending on who or where you’re calling. And don’t get us started on the lack of support for chat, whiteboarding, and other features.

During this session, we'll discuss video interop realities -- where it is today, and where it's going tomorrow. We'll also provide insight from lab testing of more than 50 interop scenarios. And along the way, we'll dispel some of the myths about multi-app support.

If you (like the rest of us) are struggling to make all this work, this session is a MUST!


  • Which of the current approaches to interoperability -- if any -- offers the most promise for the long term?
  • What tradeoffs are you likely to face as you try to make different systems interoperate?
  • What activities do the vendors have under way to pursue interoperability?
  • What are the odds we'll see a practical solution to interoperability, and is there any way enterprise customers can improve those odds?