Telestax customers keynotes @ TADSummit 2015

  1.  Be a Virtual Mobile Network for your M2M/IoT Devices
    Marting Giess, Co-founder, EMnify
    “Its never been easier to act as an MVNO and take control over mobile connectivity. Management and provisioning of SIM cards and mobile network resources is easy through APIs. We’ll show a demo of provisioning, SMS, data session control, and even voice.”
  2.  How Aeris Disrupted the M2M / IoT Business
    Drew Johnson, Vice President Engineering, Aeris Communications“The rules for being an end-to-end service provider have changed. Aeris is a complete machine to machine global communications provider. We will share how we built this business, and the lessons learned. From vehicle crash notifications to burglar alarms, we pride ourselves on optimizing M2M solutions to perform better than any other carrier.”
  3. Building a programmable telco core network
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    Werner Eriksen, Project lead Software Telco, Telenor Digital, Oslo, Norway
    “Introducing the flexibility developers want, and opening up the required APIs in a running multi billion dollar operation is not trivial.Telenor Digital has therefore built a full stack MVNO setup which from the ground up provides how to get a valium prescription online programmability that enables us to build products and services with internal and (soon) external developers.”
  4. The Open Source Telco
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    KS Lau, CTO & VP Technology at Multi-Byte Info Technology Limited
    “Multi-Byte is a full MVNO operating across Asia. KS will quantify how they use and benefit from open source in their network.”
  5. Moving the PBX from the Cloud to the Web – What does that mean?
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    Moshe Maeir, Founder Fone.Do
    “The future of Web based PBXes – Developing a WebRTC based PBX at Fone.do”
  6. Using Real Time Communications to get the most from Tablets
    Manjeet Singh, CEO Elucit Software / Pinig
    Pinig are manufacturing and selling fully managed Android tablets, meeting the specific needs of groups such as children, executives, elderly, and more.  Pinig are in the process of launching embedded RTC to better support customers. Manjeet’s ultimate goal is to achieve an Amazon Mayday experience on Pinig tablets so everyone gets the most from pervasive personal computing (tablets).