Tag Archives: DataArt

Announcing TADSummit 2017

We’ve launched the TADSummit 2017 website, and registration is now open! TADSummit remains, since its inception in 2013, the place for practitioners across multiple industries to come together and share their experience-based thought leadership in telecom app development (Programmable Telecoms). Telecoms is now programmable; whether its over public / private / enterprise networks or the … Continue reading Announcing TADSummit 2017

TADSummit 2017 Planning

The focus of TADSummit 2017 remains, since its inception, a place for practitioners across multiple industries to come together and share their experience-based thought leadership in telecom app development. Telecoms is now programmable, almost every aspect of Telecoms can be considered an app, just like the Web. This shift remains poorly understood within the telecoms industry, … Continue reading TADSummit 2017 Planning

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

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

Dangerous Demo Revisited Part 1: Metaswitch, DataArt, OpenCell, Truphone

On Wednesday Jan 27th 10AM EST we ran a Dangerous Demo Revisited Part 1 Google Hangout live.  The Q&A session was streamed live. You can view the Q&A session at the end of this weblog, or just click here. Since the first ever TADHack in Madrid in 2014, Dangerous Demos have become an important core theme in both TADHack … Continue reading Dangerous Demo Revisited Part 1: Metaswitch, DataArt, OpenCell, Truphone

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

World’s Largest Live ‘Cloud Based Mobile Network’

It all began in June last year, at the first ever TADHack in Madrid. 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 over 1300 views, such a niche topic is relatively popular. … Continue reading World’s Largest Live ‘Cloud Based Mobile Network’