A Geolocation API, Fernando Mendioroz

A Geolocation API, Fernando Mendioroz, CTO at PAiC Business Development I’ve known Fernando Mendioroz for many years. We ran TADHack Uruguay together back in 2016. There I discovered Uruguayan Tanat wine,¬† it well worth trying, but focusing on the presentation at hand ūüôā Fernando provides a quick review of the products available from PAiC Business … Continue reading A Geolocation API, Fernando Mendioroz

Innovator Interview: Daniel-Constantin Mierla, Kamailio, Asipto

Daniel-Constantin Mierla, co-founder and core developer of the Kamailio SIP Server, co-organizer of Kamailio World, and world-renowned consultant in SIP, VoIP and WebRTC at Asipto. This was a fun review of the state of play across RTC (Real Time Communications). There’s still much work to do on open source education, and making the projects accessible … Continue reading Innovator Interview: Daniel-Constantin Mierla, Kamailio, Asipto

Getting offensive: a different approach to RTC security, Sandro Gauci

Getting offensive: a different approach to RTC security. Sandro Gauci, CEO / Senior Penetration Tester / Chief mischief officer at Enable Security GmbH. Sandro Gauci leads operations and research at Enable Security. To this community he is known as the original developer of SIPVicious OSS, the SIP security toolset. At Enable Security, he helps develop … Continue reading Getting offensive: a different approach to RTC security, Sandro Gauci

How will legacy enterprise communications adapt to programmable communications? Thomas Howe

How will legacy enterprise communications adapt to programmable communications? Thomas Howe, Chief Technology Officer at VHT This is an excellent strategic thought-leadership work. Thomas sets out the assumptions that have driven legacy enterprise communications: From 100 years ago, we prefer to talk. Just look at how people use their smartphones today, voice is far down … Continue reading How will legacy enterprise communications adapt to programmable communications? Thomas Howe

Summary of TADSummit EMEA Americas Week 3 (16-20th Nov)

This weblog summarises the presentations given during¬†TADSummit EMEA Americas¬†Week 3. Thank you to all the presenters¬†and our sponsors:¬†Automat Berlin,¬†GoContact,¬†Radisys, and¬†Sangoma¬†for making TADSummit possible. We’re seeing 100-120 views per day on the TADSummit Channel, with excellent discussions in the comments section of the weblogs. Even on the weekends we’re seeing 40 views per day. While we … Continue reading Summary of TADSummit EMEA Americas Week 3 (16-20th Nov)

VoIP Monitoring As A Code With SIP3, Oleg Agafonov

VoIP Monitoring As A Code With SIP3. Oleg Agafonov (Co-founder and CTO at SIP3) I’m really pleased Oleg from SIP3 is able to be part of TADSummit EMEA Americas 2020. His presentation was a great education for me. The keys to visibility are monitoring, troubleshooting, and tracing. I’d not appreciated just how vast the metrics … Continue reading VoIP Monitoring As A Code With SIP3, Oleg Agafonov

Innovator Interview: Mark Diaz, Chief Executive Officer Vinix

Innovator Interview: Mark Diaz, Chief Executive Officer Vinix This was a fun interview with a kindred spirit. Vinix demonstrates why diversity will reign in enterprise communications. Thanks to open source projects like, Kamailio, Kazoo (2600Hz) and Matrix; Mark delivers programmable communication services. That it, stuff that does what his customers need; and support they know … Continue reading Innovator Interview: Mark Diaz, Chief Executive Officer Vinix

The Difference Between Your Project Succeeding or Burning To A Crisp Is Actually You. Dan Jenkins

The Difference Between Your Project Succeeding or Burning To A Crisp Is Actually You. Dan Jenkins, Founder at Nimble Ape & Director at CommCon Events This is a fun and insightful presentation. I love Dan’s multiple rants against Zoom, “Zoom is a virus!” It’s entertaining, and done to highlight the scale of the problem open … Continue reading The Difference Between Your Project Succeeding or Burning To A Crisp Is Actually You. Dan Jenkins

Challenges of creating a multi sided marketplace, Marius Waldum, Working Group Two

The challenges of creating a multi sided marketplace platform for telecom enabled products, Marius Waldum, Head of Product at Working Group Two. A related presentation is my interview with¬†Erlend Prestgard, CEO and co-founder at Working Group Two. Where we discuss more business and strategy related issues, so you better understand the how and where WG2 … Continue reading Challenges of creating a multi sided marketplace, Marius Waldum, Working Group Two

Getting started with data visualization. Seeing patterns in telecom data.

Getting started with data visualization. Seeing patterns in telecom data by David Curran, Machine Learning Engineer. You can email Dave directly if you have questions or in the comments section of this weblog. I first came across Dave through 2 different routes, I was introduced to him by Paul Sweeney as a possible speaker for … Continue reading Getting started with data visualization. Seeing patterns in telecom data.