Tag Archives: Apidaze

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

Dangerous Demo Preview

The Dangerous Demo has been part of TADS since the beginning, starting with the first ever TADHack. We hacked together Metaswitch’s Project Clearwater IMS and Telestax’s RestComm application server, running on Ubuntu and provisioned in real-time using juju. You can see the hack here: IMS in Minutes, with close to 1500 views, such a niche topic … Continue reading Dangerous Demo Preview

TADSummit 2016, Industrialization of Telecom App Development

We’ve launch the TADSummit 2016 website! The main conference will be on the 15-16 November. You can download the draft agenda here, lots more is being added.  The people creating the future of telecoms will be gathered in one place, TADSummit. Listen to the CEO of Vonage, Alan Masarek, and Nexmo CEO, Tony Jamous, explain … Continue reading TADSummit 2016, Industrialization of Telecom App Development

First Look at the TADSummit Agenda

Since the inception of TADSummit 3 years ago it leads the industry’s thinking on the business and strategy of making and saving money from telecom application development. It has become the industry’s main event focused on service innovation. We anticipate over 250 registrations in 2016. You can download the draft TADSummit Agenda here. A big thank you … Continue reading First Look at the TADSummit Agenda

TADSummit Revisited, Luis Quina Borges, Apidaze, The challenge we face is not competition, rather education

On Monday Mar 21st at 1300 EST, we will ran a TADSummit Revisited with Luis Quina Borges, founder CEO, Apidaze. The market for Telecom APIs and WebRTC is in its early infancy. The challenge we face is not competition, rather education of the market. You can view the Q&A session live or recorded in the video at … Continue reading TADSummit Revisited, Luis Quina Borges, Apidaze, The challenge we face is not competition, rather education

Dangerous Demo Revisited Part 2: Canonical, Apidaze, and Telestax

On Tuesday Feb 2nd at 10AM EST we ran a Dangerous Demo TADSummit Revisited Part 2 with Canonical, Apidaze, and Telestax. You can view the session at the end of this weblog, or just click here. Since the first ever TADHack in Madrid 2014 year, Dangerous Demos have become an important core theme in both TADHack and TADSummit. Their … Continue reading Dangerous Demo Revisited Part 2: Canonical, Apidaze, and Telestax

TADSummit Revisited, In-depth Q&A

Thanks for everyone’s feedback on TADSummit. To address the area for improvement in enabling  more discussion and Q&A on the presentations given during TADSummit. The plan is to run a weekly “TADSummit Revisited” Hangout OnAir session every Wednesday. The exact time will depend on the locations of the people joining the Hangout. We’ll gather off-line questions, … Continue reading TADSummit Revisited, In-depth Q&A

TADSummit 2015 Summary

TADSummit 2015 ran from the 17-18 November in Lisbon and online. Bringing close to 200 innovators in person over the two days, and over 200 people online for each day, with some online viewers watching for 3 hours straight. An audience of close to 400 on each day. TADSummit is a chance for people around … Continue reading TADSummit 2015 Summary

The Dangerous Demo

Since the first ever TADHack in Madrid last year, Dangerous Demos have become an important core theme in both TADHack and TADSummit. Their purpose is to showcase just how far technology has come given its continued acceleration. The Dangerous Demo this time includes open source billing, flexible messaging, location (GMLC) based services, authentication as a Service, USSD services, … Continue reading The Dangerous Demo

TADSummit Day 1 Morning Plenary

The morning plenary of Day 1 was back-to-back presentations from the people changing the face of telecoms, thanks to their APIs, platforms (open and closed source), processes, and vision. We kicked off with founding sponsor Tropo, who was recently bought by Cisco. Being a TADSummit sponsor makes you a hot property for M&A, with founding sponsor … Continue reading TADSummit Day 1 Morning Plenary