- Welcome to TADSummit Asia 2020
- Sangoma Keynote: Welcome from Jim Machi and the Sangoma Product Stack
- CXTech Landscape Across Asia by Alan Quayle
- TeleSign TeleTalk: Digital Identity For Seamless Onboarding in EMEA and APAC by Abhijeet Singh
- Programmable Communications Innovator Interview: Ruwan Dissanayaka, Co-Founder and CEO at Extrogene Software
- A Brief Introduction to Network as a Service and Megaport
- Programmable Communications Innovator Interview: Devadas Krishnan, Chief Executive Officer at MySchoolPage
- Introduction to Kamailio by Fred Posner
- Open Source Telecom Software Landscape
The CXTech Landscape is a bottom-up build across most of the companies in programmable communications / telecoms landscape. This enables a regional revenue breakdown, a breakdown by company size, and most importantly quantifies the revenue gap facing Asia in CXTech.
Last week we examined how Asian programmable telecom innovators are closing that gap with interviews from Ruwan Dissanayaka, Co-Founder and CEO at Extrogene Software and Devadas Krishnan, Chief Executive Officer at MySchoolPage.
This week we’re delving into the important technology of open source telecom software. Upon which the CXTech industry is built; that Asia can harness to solve the CXTech revenue gap, and meet the unique challenges across Asia of highly diverse markets.
There are many other interesting presentations including:
- A welcome to TADSummit Asia from Jim Machi of Sangoma. Sangoma are the custodians of open source projects Asterisk and freePBX, and we’ll be hearing from the leadership of both those projects at TADSummit Asia.
- TeleSign TeleTalk: Digital Identity For Seamless Onboarding in EMEA and APAC
- An introduction to Network as a Service (SaaS) from Megaport.
A Reminder on How TADSummit Asia Works
Starting 4th May, through the month of May, we are releasing fresh content daily (during the week).
The TADSummit Agenda will also link to weblogs with more analysis on the presentations and where you can discuss the presentations in the comments section.
All presentations / weblogs will include how to contact the presenter / organization, so you can discuss directly with them.
Towards the end of May, those topics which generated lots of discussion will have a dedicated panel amongst relevant experts.