Tag Archives: Truphone

Dangerous Demo Preview

The Dangerous Demo has been part of TADS since the beginning, starting with the first ever TADHack. We hacked together Metaswitch’s Project Clearwater IMS and Telestax’s RestComm application server, running on Ubuntu and provisioned in real-time using juju. You can see the hack here: IMS in Minutes, with close to 1500 views, such a niche topic … Continue reading Dangerous Demo Preview

Dangerous Demo Revisited Part 1: Metaswitch, DataArt, OpenCell, Truphone

On Wednesday Jan 27th 10AM EST we ran a Dangerous Demo Revisited Part 1 Google Hangout live.  The Q&A session was streamed live. You can view the Q&A session at the end of this weblog, or just click here. Since the first ever TADHack in Madrid in 2014, Dangerous Demos have become an important core theme in both TADHack … Continue reading Dangerous Demo Revisited Part 1: Metaswitch, DataArt, OpenCell, Truphone

TADSummit Revisited, In-depth Q&A

Thanks for everyone’s feedback on TADSummit. To address the area for improvement in enabling  more discussion and Q&A on the presentations given during TADSummit. The plan is to run a weekly “TADSummit Revisited” Hangout OnAir session every Wednesday. The exact time will depend on the locations of the people joining the Hangout. We’ll gather off-line questions, … Continue reading TADSummit Revisited, In-depth Q&A

TADSummit 2015 Summary

TADSummit 2015 ran from the 17-18 November in Lisbon and online. Bringing close to 200 innovators in person over the two days, and over 200 people online for each day, with some online viewers watching for 3 hours straight. An audience of close to 400 on each day. TADSummit is a chance for people around … Continue reading TADSummit 2015 Summary

The Dangerous Demo

Since the first ever TADHack in Madrid last year, Dangerous Demos have become an important core theme in both TADHack and TADSummit. Their purpose is to showcase just how far technology has come given its continued acceleration. The Dangerous Demo this time includes open source billing, flexible messaging, location (GMLC) based services, authentication as a Service, USSD services, … Continue reading The Dangerous Demo

TADSummit Day 1 Afternoon Plenary

After the Day 1 work streams (we’ll review in later weblogs) we came back to the Day 1 afternoon plenary with Oracle Communications and Telecom Italia, Metaswitch Networks and Manx Telecom, Matrix.org, Ericsson and a Truphone teaser for the Dangerous Demo on Day 2. Douglas Tait, Director Telecoms Markets, Oracle Communications and Enzo Amorino , Telecom Italia jointly presented on … Continue reading TADSummit Day 1 Afternoon Plenary

TADSummit Keynotes

TADSummit 2015 ran from the 17-18 November in Lisbon and online. Bringing close to 200 innovators in person over the two days, and over 200 people online for each day, with some online viewers watching for 3 hours straight. An audience of close to 400 on each day.  TADSummit is a chance for people around the … Continue reading TADSummit Keynotes

Why TADSummit is Special

TADSummit is bigger, better and more intense than ever, its special: 15 sponsors: WSO2.Telco, Ubuntu, Truphone, Tropo, Telestax, Oracle, Nexmo, Metaswitch, Matrix, Huawei, hSenid Mobile, Genband, Ericsson, Dialogic, and APIdaze. 22 partners: Thanks to CMTelecom, Opencell, Zoiper; and existing partners Tyntec, VUC, webrtcH4CKS, and Disruptive Analysis for all their help and support. 7 events happening around TADSummit: Cloud … Continue reading Why TADSummit is Special

Final Agenda, Final Preparations, Final Countdown

We’ve updated the agenda, squeezed in a few more presentations, added more explanation on what is planned, and added the rooms for all the sessions. The agenda is complete, phew! Now all that is left are four decisions you need to make: Before TADSummit What to do on Monday 16th as there is a packed … Continue reading Final Agenda, Final Preparations, Final Countdown

The Web Communications Challenge – building secure reliable apps for end-to-end communications

With the explosive proliferation of IP devices such as smartphones, tablets, TVs, home appliances, gaming consoles and cars, the challenges for developers and providers is to deliver innovative services with maximum profitability.  In order to achieve this goal in the internet age, communications development is moving away from expensive, closed, proprietary, application-specific legacy platforms, towards … Continue reading The Web Communications Challenge – building secure reliable apps for end-to-end communications