Tag Archives: plivo

Telco CPaaS Revisited

I’m seeing a resurgence in telco CPaaS (Communications Platform as a Service) initiatives. However, I’m seeing mistakes being repeated from the past, important learning points from successful telco CPaaS programs being ignored, and a broader misunderstanding on the role a telco plays with CPaaS in their countries of operation. Hence the focus of this weblog […]

The Enterprise Telecoms Revolution. A Potted History of Programmable Telecoms.

Before we start, do not worry about all the acronyms in this potted history of Programmable Telecoms, there is an irreverent acronym list at the end of this weblog to help you through them. And yes, this is a long weblog, at 4k words it should take about 20 minutes to read, but its easy […]

Summer Madness. Beware those heralding digital transformation and API business models

It must be the additional heat from global warming bringing the summer madness out early. This is just a selection of the silliness I see pass through my inbox today on the way to the deleted folder. Digital Transformation still keeps being used as if it means something. Digital was cool in the ’70s, just […]

IIT RTC Conference and Expo

Tomorrow I’ll be presenting at the Illinois Institute of Technology Real-Time Communications  Conference and Expo, its a collaborative event, where industry and academia connect.  The presentation I’m giving is on ”The Winners and Losers in the move to Real-Time Cloud Communications,” shown below. If you track my presentations on this topic, the new material focuses […]

Calliflower, Calltacular, Imprezzio, and MeuTarô are all running on Telecom APIs

Plivo enables web developers and enterprises to easily develop Voice and SMS applications. Plivo delivers the flexibility its customers require by allowing customers to bring their own carrier services and volume pricing models.  Plivo eliminates the complexity from telephony by providing a scalable and feature-rich voice and messaging platform wrapped with flexible Telecom APIs and […]

BLI Messaging, BeQuick Software and Meet.fm All Run on Telecom APIs

Continuing the the series of weblogs highlighting businesses running on Telecom APIs, we review BLI Messaging, BeQuick Software and Meet.fm’s experiences of running on Telecom APIs.  They are all customers of Aculab, a provider of Telecom APIs like Tropo, Twilio, Plivo, APIdaze and Bandwidth.com recently reviewed in this weblog. Aculab provides telephony resources on cloud, […]