Monthly Archives: October 2008

Discussion on Webinar “Telco adoption of Web 2.0 principles and open innovation for rapid application development”

On the 30th October I gave a webinar entitled “Telco adoption of Web 2.0 principles and open innovation for rapid application development.” The presentation is shown below: Telco Adoption Of Web 2.0 & Open Innovation Issue 1 View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: at&ts devcentral app… business) The webinar was also recorded, and […]

Carrier Video Services: Trends and Opportunities

In a previous article, “The Internet’s gone Video: What does that mean to operators?” I gave a preview of the presentation I planned to give at the Dialogic One Event in the keynote session “Carrier Video Services Trends and Opportunities” on the 21st October in San Diego. The presentation, shown below, is split into four […]

Webinar on “Telco adoption of Web 2.0 principles and open innovation for rapid application development”

On the 30th October I’ll be giving a free Telestrategies webinar entitled “Telco adoption of Web 2.0 principles and open innovation for rapid application development.” The pitch for the webinar is: “The battle is intensifying between telcos, consumer device manufacturers (e.g. iPhone and Sony PS3) and web-based services (e.g. Google) in the delivery of services […]

Application Developer Needs Part 2

As mentioned in the previous article “Open Innovation and Application Developer Needs,” in helping operators understand ways they can harness open innovation I’ve spent most of my time with the application development community understanding their needs.  And getting them in front of operators so operators understand what application developers need, NOT what operators think they […]

Open Access Service Examples

The purpose of this weblog entry is to firstly provide some specific real-world examples of how opening up the network (exposing the Telco API) can significantly improve existing applications and stimulate revenue.  And secondly, look across some of the addressable markets the Telco API opens up. Mobile Communities airG’s mobile community has more than 30 […]

The Internet’s gone Video: What does that mean to operators?

Video in operators has a long history.  In the beginning, AT&T built the first Picturephone system in 1956; by 1964 the “Mod 1″ was tested between exhibits at Disneyland and the New York World’s Fair.  The trial results indicated that people found the picture distracting for most conversations, and were not prepared to pay significantly […]