Tag Archives: Jose de Castro

CXTech News and Analysis, Week 8 2019

The purpose of this newsletter is to highlight, with commentary, some of the CXTech news stories from this week (week 8). What is CXTech?  The C stands for Connectivity, Communications, Collaboration, Conversation, Customer; X for Experience because that’s what matters; and Tech because the focus is enablers. Examples of what falls into CXTech includes: Programable Telecoms / Communications, […]

TADS 2013 Photo Review + Quick Update

Below are photo reviews from TADS 2013.  I hope they give you a flavor of what happened at TADS, and for the 100+ attendees a nice reminder of what happened only 2 months ago.  My TADS review is here. All the presentation slides are available for the Telco Summit and Developer Summit, and the videos […]

TADS Summary: Building the Telecom Application Developer Ecosystem

The Telecom Application Developer Summit took place from 21-22 Nov 2013 in Bangkok, the slides are now available here, the videos and photos will be available soon.  TADS is much more than just 2 days in Bangkok.  Our objective with TADS is to help build the telecom application developer ecosystem from the grassroots, to expand […]

The Tropo Developer Network

Tropo have launched the Tropo Developer Network (TDN), it’s a community of technical and business experts collaborating to bring Tropo-powered apps to new customers and markets around the world.  If you have built a service focused on say the UK market, TDN can help you to take that service to other markets in say the […]

Interview with George Kapetanakis, VP Marketing of Tropo, about TADS

George has recently joined Tropo as VP Marketing.  He brings a wealth of marketing and product management experience from BSkyB, his own start-up Spontly, Velti, T-Mobile and Ericsson.  One of his first decisions on the job was sponsoring TADS (Telecom Application Developer Summit).  I asked George some questions around TADS, I’m doing this with all […]

Summary of the WebRTC Pre-Conference Workshop

The WebRTC pre-conference workshop at the IMS World Forum was well attended, close to 70 people, with a 50:50 split between suppliers and operators.  The agenda was structured so the morning was spent reviewing WebRTC technically and commercially, then we had WebRTC demos in the afternoon showing how WebRTC can be mashed up in many […]