Tag Archives: telecom APIs

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

TADSummit Agenda

The TADSummit agenda is now available, you will see it is quite a special event. We continue to add content and will likely be adding content right up to the the event. So expect the agenda to become even more over-stuffed. There are over 6 events running in conjunction with TADSummit, because it has become the … Continue reading TADSummit Agenda

Telecom Application Developer Manifesto Released for Public Comment

The sponsors of the Telecom Application Developer Summit made a press release today, copied in this weblog, on a Manifesto to solve the Telecom Industry’s innovation gap. Austin TX, Cambridge UK, Colombo Sri Lanka, Paris France, San Francisco CA, 1st October 2013 – Apidaze, hSenid Mobile, OnMobile, OpenCloud, Telestax, and Tropo Inc., the companies leading … Continue reading Telecom Application Developer Manifesto Released for Public Comment

Welcome to the TADS Weblog

The TADS weblog will try to lead the conversation on how we create the telecom application developer ecosystem with topics from all interested parties.  We’ll kick off with some interviews on why the sponsors are involved; to help explain the unique event we’re creating.  From that we’ll dive into technical and business issues, from comparing … Continue reading Welcome to the TADS Weblog