Tag Archives: Protocol Labs

TADSummit 2018 Agenda

The TADSummit 2018 Agenda is available for download without any email capture, its freely available. We still have a few more presentations and sponsors to add. TADSummit is unique, independent, no BS, and packed; the thought-leadership event in programmable telecoms. We review highlights from the agenda in this weblog. Thanks to Altice Labs, ENTER, Apidaze, Cequens, TeleSign, tyntec, VoIP Innovations, and Wazo, for sponsoring TADSummit 2018! And all … Continue reading TADSummit 2018 Agenda

TADSummit 2017 in Review

This weblog provides an overall review of TADSummit 2017, sharing highlights and insights shared during two intense days in Lisbon (14-15th Nov). We review the individual presentations (sharing the edited videos, slides, and brief commentary) across these weblogs: Day 1 morning part 1, welcome and innovation showcase. Day 1 morning part 2, sponsors’ keynotes. Day 1 afternoon … Continue reading TADSummit 2017 in Review

TADSummit Day 2 Afternoon Review

We’re reviewing the presentations and closing panel from the afternoon of TADSummit Day 2 in this weblog. The morning of TADSummit Day 2 is reviewed here (sponsors’ keynotes and MONeH Showcase). The second half of the afternoon of TADSummit Day 1 is here (service innovation and evening workshop), the weblog covering the first half of the afternoon … Continue reading TADSummit Day 2 Afternoon Review

TADSummit Day 1 Morning Part 1

TADSummit is 5 years old, while the first event focused on the emerging technologies of Telecom APIs (later called CPaaS, Communications Platform as a Service), WebRTC, open source telecom software, API management, and the vertical applications of those technologies. Today the focus is on understand what programmable telecoms (the collective noun for all the enabling telecom … Continue reading TADSummit Day 1 Morning Part 1

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