All posts by Alan Quayle

TADSummit 2016 Review and 2017 Plans

TADSummit is a unique blend of world-class telecom thought-leadership and deep practical experience in both technology and business. Most of the people attending are actively building or selling the technology and services underlying the democratization of telecoms. Often at ‘professional events’ trite corporately approved marketing messages are shared on why X (e.g. NFV, 5G, IoT, … Continue reading TADSummit 2016 Review and 2017 Plans

TADSummit 2016 Wrap-up

TADSummit 2016 is the thought-leadership event in telecoms. The attendees are a who’s who of the programmable telecoms industry. We have a diverse audience across developers, enterprises, enterprise service providers, telcos, and programmable telecoms technology / service providers. We bring together the innovators making a difference in people’s lives, to share their real-word experiences.  We pack 3 … Continue reading TADSummit 2016 Wrap-up

Day 2 Afternoon Plenary and Closing Keynote with Alan Masarek, CEO Vonage

Connecting the Dots, Rethinking Telecoms, Vish Nandlall, CTO, IoT Industrialist, & Big Data Strategist. The rapid growth in data combined with slower growth in service revenues is straining the incumbent Telecom industry. The key challenge facing mobile service providers is the ability to recover network investments fast enough to redeploy them for capacity upgrades. Also … Continue reading Day 2 Afternoon Plenary and Closing Keynote with Alan Masarek, CEO Vonage

TADSummit Day 2 Morning Plenary

We kicked off the morning plenary with IdeaMart: Case Study in Service Innovation Success, from Shafraz Rahim, Developer Relations and Platform Evangelist at Dialog Axiata. IdeaMart is the most successful service innovation ecosystem built on telecom capabilities. It materially impacts the financial results of Dialog Axiata, it has the attention of most people in Sri Lanka … Continue reading TADSummit Day 2 Morning Plenary

Stream 6: Dangerous Demo 2016

The Dangerous Demo has become a regular feature of TADHack and TADSummit. It shows to the industry what is actually possible at scale using a range of off-the shelf, open source, and new technologies. If you want to see the latest in network and service infrastructure 6-24 months before any other event, this stream delivers. … Continue reading Stream 6: Dangerous Demo 2016

Stream 5: Case Studies in Telecom App Development Part 2

Stream 5: Case Studies in Telecom App Development Part 2. Start-ups, enterprises and telcos are using telecom app development to build new lines of business and improve their existing operations. Though it may not have the sizzle of disruption or digital transformation; its where the bulk of the money us being made. This session will be a … Continue reading Stream 5: Case Studies in Telecom App Development Part 2

Stream 4: Contextual Comms, Conversational CRM, BOTs

Stream 4, Contextual Comms, Conversational CRM, BOTs, reviews the practical impact of the changes happening to communications. Messaging and IP Communications as a Platform providers are diversifying the options for communications, and how businesses communicate with their customers. We are only at the early stages of this change, however, multi-channel communications, session management, automation (BOTs) … Continue reading Stream 4: Contextual Comms, Conversational CRM, BOTs

Stream 2: Case Studies in Telecom App Development Part 1

Stream 2 reviews the successful practical applications of IoT / M2M, WebRTC, Telecom APIs, and the many mash-ups across these capabilities. Being based on hard-won real-world experience is a foundational component of TADS, it stops the garbage-in:garbage-out (GIGO) of many marketing and analyst presentations. We Moved the PBX from the Cloud to the Web – Fone.Do … Continue reading Stream 2: Case Studies in Telecom App Development Part 1

Stream 1: New Service Delivery Methods

This break-out stream covers 2 new service delivery methods: A2P Delivery. The so called OTTs (Over The Top) service providers have been focused on P2P, that is using investor cash to build a large user base. Following the lead of Wechat, they are now focusing on A2P (Application to Person) and creating new service delivery … Continue reading Stream 1: New Service Delivery Methods

Stream 3: Project reTHINK: Decentralised Communications

Project reTHINK provides a framework for decentralised communication infrastructure to make network services faster, more effective, trustful and reliable as well as implicitly programmable and inter-operable. Ultimately, the reTHINK framework is an alternative to the centralised IMS Architecture as well as to walled garden communication networks, currently dominated by Web Players that prevent newcomers from entering in … Continue reading Stream 3: Project reTHINK: Decentralised Communications