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Status of WebRTC across Asia

Status of WebRTC across Asia by Alan Quayle, with the help of experts contributing to the reality, not the hype, of WebRTC. It’s 2020, WebRTC (Web Real Time Communications) became known in 2011 when Google open sourced intellectual property it had bought in previous years. Gossip about those acquisitions began in 2009. The IETF (Internet Engineering Task … Continue reading Status of WebRTC across Asia

TADSummit EMEA 2019 19th Nov Morning Session

TADSummit began in 2013, focused on Programmable Telecoms (Telecom APIs back then). We get a diverse mix of people, with telcos, CPaaS/UCaaS/CCaaS providers, developers, and enterprises. The diversity and the small size (about 70 in total this year) create an insightful and fun event. A big thank you to our sponsors Wazo, VoIP Innovations (now Sangoma), TeleSign, Automat Berlin, SiPalto for making … Continue reading TADSummit EMEA 2019 19th Nov Morning Session

TADSummit Keynotes

TADSummit was a packed and intense gathering of telecom innovators from around the world.  We had to bring in additional chairs, people where standing at the networking tables, and fortunately there were some stairs at the back where people could sit. Close to 200 people over two days listened to ground breaking presentations, rolled-up their sleeves … Continue reading TADSummit Keynotes

Meet the TADHack Winners

We have 3 TADHack winners joining us at TADSummit.  As discussed in the TAD Manifesto telecom application developers are a critical part of the TAD Ecosystem.  Their attendance balances the discussions across the conference.  Work stream 3 is dedicated to showcasing their talent. We have developers in attendance from around the world including arx.net and … Continue reading Meet the TADHack Winners