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TADSummit Day 2 Morning Review

We’re reviewing the presentations from the morning of TADSummit Day 2 (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 is available here (service innovation with programmable telecoms), Day 1 morning sessions are available here (welcome … Continue reading TADSummit Day 2 Morning Review

The SMS value chain is broken! by Tony Jamous, Founder and CEO Nexmo

As revenues from person to person messaging continue to be cannibalized by over the top applications, the carrier community has started to increasingly focus on monetizing application to person messaging. A2P (Application to Person) revenues are expected to become the largest share of carriers’ messaging revenues. According to IDC the A2P messaging market is large … Continue reading The SMS value chain is broken! by Tony Jamous, Founder and CEO Nexmo

Introducing Partner Matrix.org

Matrix.org is an ambitious nonprofit open source project complementing and supporting the Telecom Application Developers ecosystem by providing a new open standard for interoperable decentralised VoIP and Instant Messaging. We believe users want to use their preferred apps and services to communicate rather than being forced into the myriad different services their contacts happen to … Continue reading Introducing Partner Matrix.org