Tag Archives: Matthew Hodgson

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

Stream 3: Project reTHINK: Decentralised Communications

Project reTHINK provides a framework for decentralised communication infrastructure to make network services faster, more effective, trustful and reliable as well as implicitly programmable and inter-operable. Ultimately, the reTHINK framework is an alternative to the centralised IMS Architecture as well as to walled garden communication networks, currently dominated by Web Players that prevent newcomers from entering in … Continue reading Stream 3: Project reTHINK: Decentralised Communications

TADSummit Sponsor Plenary: The Brain Trust of Our Industry

After the “Carnival of the Creators” everyone knew they were somewhere special. We had also reached peak attendance with lunch being provided. So the timing was perfect for the brain trust of our industry to present, that is the sponsors of TADSummit, in the: Sponsors’ Plenary – The Brain Trust of Our Industry. Here Come the … Continue reading TADSummit Sponsor Plenary: The Brain Trust of Our Industry

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

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