All posts by Alan Quayle

7 Reasons to attend the TADSummit

The TADS Agenda has been updated with additional telco case studies, developer ‘show and tells’, and world-class panels.  Huawei is the latest TADS sponsor, demonstrating their leadership of the large telecom vendors in understanding the importance of telecom application development to the future of the industry. Here are 7 reasons to attend the TADSummit: Learn … Continue reading 7 Reasons to attend the TADSummit

TAD Manifesto Feedback Part 1

Since the release of the Manifesto it’s been an intense week, thank you for all the feedback, keep it coming.  We’re receiving lots of excellent advice; and having many discussions addressing confusions in the market.  This will help make the Manifesto easier to understand, especially on some of the assumptions and defining some of the … Continue reading TAD Manifesto Feedback Part 1

Why are you holding TADS in Bangkok?

Its a question often asked, “why are you holding TADS (Telecom Application Developer Summit) in Bangkok?  Why not London or the Bay Area?” There are operational and strategic reasons. Operationally At the same time as TADS in Bangkok is ITU Telecom World with 7000 of the telecoms industry attending at the same location of the … Continue reading Why are you holding TADS in Bangkok?

Webinar on TADSummit and TADManifesto 3rd Oct

A TADS Webinar discussing the TADManifesto and TADSummit will run on Thursday 3rd October at 10AM NYC time, 7AM San Francisco, 4PM Central European Time, and 10PM China time.  The webinar will be streamed live here, so check out this entry at that scheduled time and we will have a Google Hangout on Air streaming … Continue reading Webinar on TADSummit and TADManifesto 3rd Oct

Telecom Application Developer Manifesto

The Telecom Application Developer Manifesto can be viewed and downloaded below.  Please send your feedback to info@tadsummit.com, thank you. This is just the first draft, its going to evolve rapidly as its a living document.  In particular, the needs and responsibilities in building the ecosystem needs work.  Its tone is independent and to-the-point, such frankness … Continue reading Telecom Application Developer Manifesto

Telecom Application Developer Manifesto Released for Public Comment

The sponsors of the Telecom Application Developer Summit made a press release today, copied in this weblog, on a Manifesto to solve the Telecom Industry’s innovation gap. Austin TX, Cambridge UK, Colombo Sri Lanka, Paris France, San Francisco CA, 1st October 2013 – Apidaze, hSenid Mobile, OnMobile, OpenCloud, Telestax, and Tropo Inc., the companies leading … Continue reading Telecom Application Developer Manifesto Released for Public Comment

Opening the Ring Back Tone Infrastructure with OnMobile

By Florent Stroppa, General Manager Europe of Value Added Service Provider OnMobile Why did you choose to sponsor TADS? We chose to sponsor TADS because we believe that this conference is important for the Telecom industry as it is bringing something new. While there are many generalist conferences in the Telco and Internet space, TADS … Continue reading Opening the Ring Back Tone Infrastructure with OnMobile

Telethings: An Open Source Communications Platform as a Service

The TADS agenda is packed, we have several excellent presentations we’ve not been able to include.  So we’re covering them on the TADS weblog.  We kick-off with Telethings from Thomas Quintana.  We’ll be covering many more as the purpose of the TADS weblog to not only to capture all the cool stuff happening at TADS … Continue reading Telethings: An Open Source Communications Platform as a Service

Interviewing the TADS Sponsors: hSenid Mobile

What excites you about TADS? hSenid Mobile’s core business is building platforms that enable telco application development.  We have pioneered multi-channel telco app stores that help telco application developers to get their applications into customers hands. Given the above context from hSenid Mobile’s perspective sponsoring TADS is as a duck takes to water. We believe … Continue reading Interviewing the TADS Sponsors: hSenid Mobile

Neo Geek Session: Building Unique Telecom Apps

Article by David Ferry, Chief Engineer & Founder of OpenCloud. This session in the Developer Summit at TADS will walk through the implementation of a pair of features to handle GSM Mobile to IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) re-origination.  The features are written on OpenCloud’s Sentinel. We also illustrate the use of our Scenario Editor and … Continue reading Neo Geek Session: Building Unique Telecom Apps