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TADSummit 2016 Review and 2017 Plans

TADSummit is a unique blend of world-class telecom thought-leadership and deep practical experience in both technology and business. Most of the people attending are actively building or selling the technology and services underlying the democratization of telecoms. Often at ‘professional events’ trite corporately approved marketing messages are shared on why X (e.g. NFV, 5G, IoT, … Continue reading TADSummit 2016 Review and 2017 Plans

Stream 2: Case Studies in Telecom App Development Part 1

Stream 2 reviews the successful practical applications of IoT / M2M, WebRTC, Telecom APIs, and the many mash-ups across these capabilities. Being based on hard-won real-world experience is a foundational component of TADS, it stops the garbage-in:garbage-out (GIGO) of many marketing and analyst presentations. We Moved the PBX from the Cloud to the Web – Fone.Do … Continue reading Stream 2: Case Studies in Telecom App Development Part 1

Introduction to Huawei GSIC (Global Service Innovation Cloud)

Huawei serves more people on the planet through its telecom operator customers than any other vendor, roughly 5 billion. The reach Huawei provides for telecom application developers to go global is unparalleled. GSIC (Global Service Innovation Cloud) is a broad initiative to expand the telecom application developer community to every corner of the world, it was … Continue reading Introduction to Huawei GSIC (Global Service Innovation Cloud)

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’

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

Future of Telecom Application Development: Day 2 Work Streams, Closing Panel and Wrap-up

We wrapped up Day Two of TADSummit with three work streams, a closing panel focused on “The Future of Telecom Application Development and Commercialization,” and a glimpse into the TADHack, TADMeetup and TADSummit plans for 2015. All three work streams have the same format of a panel discussion followed by work tables addressing specific questions … Continue reading Future of Telecom Application Development: Day 2 Work Streams, Closing Panel and Wrap-up

Day One Work Stream Review

In bringing so many innovators together in one place, it would be a great shame to not get them sharing experiences and working on solving specific problems facing the industry. So we put into the agenda 6 work streams, the 3 on Day One covered: Work Stream 1. Go-to-market recommendations for Enterprise Services. Go-to-market remains a … Continue reading Day One Work Stream Review

Work Stream 6 Kick off Discussion: Innovation Pipeline by Mark White

TADHack 2014 held during June in Spain, simultaneously at satellite events in Sri Lanka, Malaysia, the Philippines, the United States, and remotely from almost everywhere else – was a phenomenal success. Over 500 developers took the opportunity to devote 24 hours straight to innovate and create new services and applications using Telecom APIs. Winning teams … Continue reading Work Stream 6 Kick off Discussion: Innovation Pipeline by Mark White

Work Stream Review

TADSummit is focused on building an essential component of the Telecoms industry, the telecom application developer ecosystem that creates new services and customer value to address the revenue decline from the commoditization of voice and messaging. Only by working together can we make this happen and drive new revenues into the industry. The sponsors, partners, developers … Continue reading Work Stream Review