Category Archives: Developer

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

RestComm Sample Voice Application: Doctor’s Appointment

One of the sessions at TADS will cover Restcomm – a popular Open Source Cloud Communications platform from the Mobicents Project family, built on Mobicents SIP Servlets, Mobicents Media Server, Java EE (JBoss or Tomcat) and other Open Source ingredients. In a series of blog posts, we will cover different technical aspects of Restcomm in … Continue reading RestComm Sample Voice Application: Doctor’s Appointment

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

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