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.
TADSummit is the sister event to TADHack. While TADHack focused on making the world aware of the power of programmable telecoms, through solving problems in people’s lives. TADSummit focused on the business and technology aspects of programmable telecoms. This weblog reviews the TADSummit 2018 Keynotes provided by some of the sponsors: TeleSign, tyntec, Wazo, Cequens, and … Continue reading TADSummit 2018 Keynotes
This weblog summarizes all the content created at TADSummit into one. It links to the videos, presentations, interviews, pictures, analysis, and shared the plans for 2015. Attendance exceeded our estimates, with close to 200 innovators coming together over the two days focused on building the Telecom Application Development Ecosystem from the grass roots. Compared to … Continue reading Wrapping up TADSummit 2014
TADSummit is focused on building an essential component of the Telecoms industry, the telecom application developer ecosystem that creates new services and customer value to address the revenue decline from the commoditization of voice and messaging. Only by working together can we make this happen and drive new revenues into the industry. The sponsors, partners, developers … Continue reading Work Stream Review
The TADSummit website is live, you can see we have an unprecedented line-up of sponsors and partners supporting TADS including: Sponsors: APEX Communications, Apidaze, Ericsson, hSenid Mobile, Huawei, Nexmo, OpenCloud, Oracle, Shango, Solaiemes, Telestax, Tropo, Ubuntu / Canonical, and Voxbone. Partners: Metaswitch, Truphone, Tyntec and many more helping get the word out on what we’re … Continue reading TADS Vision and TADSummit 2014 Website Live
Its a question often asked, “why are you holding TADS (Telecom Application Developer Summit) in Bangkok? Why not London or the Bay Area?” There are operational and strategic reasons. Operationally At the same time as TADS in Bangkok is ITU Telecom World with 7000 of the telecoms industry attending at the same location of the … Continue reading Why are you holding TADS in Bangkok?
One of the sessions at TADS will cover Restcomm – a popular Open Source Cloud Communications platform from the Mobicents Project family, built on Mobicents SIP Servlets, Mobicents Media Server, Java EE (JBoss or Tomcat) and other Open Source ingredients. In a series of blog posts, we will cover different technical aspects of Restcomm in … Continue reading RestComm Sample Voice Application: Doctor’s Appointment
What excites you about TADS? hSenid Mobile’s core business is building platforms that enable telco application development. We have pioneered multi-channel telco app stores that help telco application developers to get their applications into customers hands. Given the above context from hSenid Mobile’s perspective sponsoring TADS is as a duck takes to water. We believe … Continue reading Interviewing the TADS Sponsors: hSenid Mobile
Why did you choose to sponsor TADS? A large eco-system of developers already has access to API documentation, development and test tools and support via OpenCloud’s website and of course TADS is a great way to introduce that to a wider audience of developers and operators. However, the key reason for sponsoring TADS is that … Continue reading Interviewing the TADS Sponsors: OpenCloud
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