Tag Archives: Dinesh Saparamadu

TADSummit Revisited, Dinesh Saparamadu, hSenid Mobile Way for Enterprise Service Innovation

On Wednesday Feb 17th at 0530 EST, 1930 Tokyo, 1600 Colombo: we ran a TADSummit Revisited with Dinesh Saparamadu, founder and CEO, hSenid Mobile, who presented on the hSenid Mobile Way for Enterprise Service Innovation: Beyond APIs. You can view the Q&A session at the end of this weblog, or just click here. Here are the previous TADSummit … Continue reading TADSummit Revisited, Dinesh Saparamadu, hSenid Mobile Way for Enterprise Service Innovation

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 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

TADSummit Agenda: The Ecosystem Gathering

The latest draft of the TADSummit agenda has just been released, with even more world-class presentations from developers, enterprises, telcos, and service providers stuffed in; and even more pre- and post-events being planned. TADSummit is the only place where the whole telecom app development ecosystem meets, its a broad global ecosystem that has lacked recognition, being … Continue reading TADSummit Agenda: The Ecosystem Gathering

TADSummit Agenda

The TADSummit agenda is now available, you will see it is quite a special event. We continue to add content and will likely be adding content right up to the the event. So expect the agenda to become even more over-stuffed. There are over 6 events running in conjunction with TADSummit, because it has become the … Continue reading TADSummit Agenda

TADSummit mpoll.me Survey Results

During TADSummit we ran a live mobile survey to gather people’s immediate feedback on the event, rather than waiting until after the event. We used the telecom application mpoll.me, which sent SMS to attendees with a link to the survey, where we created questions on the fly. It enabled us to gather immediate feedback from the audience … Continue reading TADSummit mpoll.me Survey Results

Morning Plenary Day One

After the keynotes, networking and coffee break (with turkish pastries), the morning plenary focused on case studies, demonstrating successful service innovation with joint presentations between technology vendors and their customers (both telcos and enterprises). The objective was to keep the presentations as practice focused as possible to avoid the usual marketing pitches that plague events … Continue reading Morning Plenary Day One

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

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