Tag Archives: M2M

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

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

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, Drew Johnson, Aeris Communications, Move your customers to IoT-First

On Wednesday the 27th of April at 1000 ET we’ll ran a TADSummit Revisited with Drew Johnson, VP Engineering, Aeris Communications for a deep-dive Q&A on his presentation “Forget Mobile-First … Move your customers to IoT-First.” You can view the Q&A session live or recorded in the video at the end of this weblog, or … Continue reading TADSummit Revisited, Drew Johnson, Aeris Communications, Move your customers to IoT-First

Work Stream 4, Disruptive Developers

On Day 2 we ran 3 streams in parallel. This weblog reviews work stream 4 “Disruptive Developers”. That is people using telecom capabilities to disrupt existing businesses, or simply provide better services. Presenting were: Moshe Maeir, Founder, Fone.Do; Martin Giess, Co-Founder, Emnify; Cyrille Manente, COO, Vivaction; Joachim Vanheuverzwijn, CTO, Securax Ltd (Zoiper); Drew Johnson, VP Engineering, Aeris Communications; and Alexis Bonillo, Co-Founder and COO, Zen.ly. We kicked off stream 4 with Moshe Maeir, Fone.Do presenting “Moving … Continue reading Work Stream 4, Disruptive Developers

Work Stream 2, Telcos Making a Difference

On Day 1 after lunch we ran 3 streams in parallel. This weblog reviews the work stream “Telcos Making a Difference”.  We have presentations from Sascha Wolter, Senior Manager Connected Home, Deutsche Telekom; Sebastian Schumann, Service Platform Development Expert, T-Mobile Slovakia; Grzegorz Sikora Service Platform Expert T-Mobile Poland; and Vinay Kumar, Strategic Business Capabilities, TELUS Communications. Sascha from Deutche Telekom presented on  “Ditch constraints and … Continue reading Work Stream 2, Telcos Making a Difference

TADSummit Truphone Teaser

At TADHack Global in June James Tagg, founder and CTO of Truphone, announced their plan for the Open Source Communications Framework (OSCF) API, see end of this weblog for the keynote presentation. James Tagg will at TADSummit in November put much more flesh around the bones of that announcement in his keynote and throughout TADSummit. It … Continue reading TADSummit Truphone Teaser

Sascha Wolter, Deutsche Telekom: Successful ideation for the Internet of Things!

Technology isn’t enough without an appropriate idea. But how can we generate ideas that matter? Fortunately, almost anybody can be creative, regardless of being a programmer, manager, or whatever. Internet of Things, M2M, Smart Home, Wearables, or whichever buzzword you like to choose: it is not initially about business models nor about technology. It is … Continue reading Sascha Wolter, Deutsche Telekom: Successful ideation for the Internet of Things!