Tag Archives: Jose Valles

SDP Global Summit and Telecom API Workshop

The SDP Global Summit has become the must-attend event across all telecom service platforms, not simply service delivery platforms.  Previous Summits from 2012, 2011 Day 1, 2011 Day 2, and 2011 Highlights are reviewed on this weblog and you can see they have predicted the course of the industry. I’m in particularly excited about the […]

The Quiet Canadian: The Leader in API Management, Layer 7 Technologies

APIs (Application Programing Interface) in telecoms have a long history, starting in 1998/1999 when Telenor began its Content Provider Access API program and the launch of the Parlay API standards group.  With such early beginnings it would be fair to expect APIs in Telecoms to be as, if not more, pervasive than most other industries.  […]

SDP Global Summit Summary: A Significant Change in the Industry. Rays of Light Emerge from a Once Cloudy Sky.

Overall Summary The fog of ‘hype / BS’ and ‘strategic consulting organization misdirection’ lifts, revealing a focus on real business coupled with an eye to long term survival.  The conference was packed with quantified API case study successes.  The end of this weblog has some slides with a few highlights from the conference. The biggest […]

SDP Global Summit 2011 Highlights

In this article I highlight just a few of the many interesting presentations made at the SDP Global Summit, the slides are shown below. Jose Valles, BlueVia, gave a presentation on the best of the current API recipes: Operators are not attractive to developers because of the sins of the past (e.g. Orange Partner), arrogance […]

SDP Global Summit 2011: Light at the End of the Tunnel on Telco APIs

Day 2 of the SDP Global Summit kicked off as strong as the first day with an Analyst panel including Peter Mottishaw (Analysys Mason) and Shira Levine (Infonectics) the source of many of the market numbers on SDP. Shira showed the SDP market was $2.7B in 2010 and is growing to $5.2B in 2015 with […]

A Seminal Moment for the Telecom Industry: Twitter Uses BlueVia’s APIs

If proof were ever needed on the success of BlueVia in getting operator APIs right, is the endorsement of Twitter in using BlueVia’s APIs.  I show below the release and links to the Twitter weblog and BlueVia weblog.  Tomorrow (Thursday 22nd Sept) Jose Valles, the head of BlueVia, will be presenting during my session at […]

SDP World Summit and Broadband World Forum

We’re reaching an interesting stage in operators’ attempts to remain relevant to customers beyond voice and internet access, which still remains a nice business, yet commoditization continues, albeit at a slower pace than most have predicted.  The slow pace shows the strength of state-granted duopolies / oligopolies.  Though we’re seeing a mounting chorus in the […]