Tag Archives: Web 2.0

Cloud Asia 2012, 14 to 17 May 2012 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Singapore

Cloud Asia 2012 is the second year of the conference, my summary of Cloud Asia 2011 is here and here.  Cloud Asia 2012 is a great event to meet the decision makers across the cloud computing eco-system from enterprises, telecom operators, regulators, government agencies, service providers, system integrators and vendors from Asia Pacific and the […]

Broadband World Forum Summary

The Broadband World Forum is the main telecommunication industry’s event for broadband, drawing thousands of attendees from more than 100 operator companies and all the top broadband vendors.  Keynotes at the event came from industry leaders such as Hans Vestberg, CEO Ericsson, Jean-Phillip Vanot, SVP of Innovation and Marketing for Orange, and Mika Vehviläinen, COO […]

Upcoming Conferences: 4GWE, Broadband World Forum, Oracle SDP in Action

I hope you managed to have an enjoyable summer break.  With the end of the summer holidays comes conference season… At the 4G Wireless Evolution conference next week in LA I’ll be moderating the session “The Ecosystem of Application Developers” (4G1-04), on Tuesday 1st Sept, 2:00-3:15pm.  On the panel will be: Shai Berger, CEO Fonolo; […]

Smart Pipes Conference Day Two

Opening Points: A smart pipe strategy is now critical to an operator’s service innovation plans as we saw with Vodafone, Joint Innovation Labs, Orange Partner, Telenor CPA; plus there are many more operators making money today in working with third parties, e.g. Globe, Telus, etc. However, all is not well in this ecosystem.  Yesterday we […]

Customer Behavior drives Operators to Open Innovation

Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Yahoo! are continuously offering new services for customers to experience, then refining those services within weeks/months based upon customer feedback.  The typical operator product development process is usually: an opportunity is identified, market research is performed, a project is created once budget can be found, the new product development process runs […]

Service Delivery Platform (SDP) Asia. Day One

This article provides a brief summary on Day One of Informa’s SDP Asia conference in Singapore on the 26th November.  A preview of the conference was given in this article.  With 70 registered attendees and about 55 attendees in the room on Day One, APAC is bucking the trend in conference attendance by showing solid […]

SDP Asia Update, 26-28 November, Singapore

At the end of November I’ll be attending Informa’s SDP Asia conference in Singapore.  I’ll be running a post-conference workshop on the 28th November, and a couple of sessions through the conference (26-27 November).  Outlines of the sessions are shown below, and the conference brochure can be downloaded here.  The purpose of this article is […]

IMS/SDP North America, 5-7 November, Dallas TX

The purpose of this article is to provide a summary of my findings from Informa’s IMS/SDP (IP Multimedia Subsystem) North America conference that ran from the 5-7 November in Dallas TX; I gave a preview of the event in this article.  I’ve also put a few slides together to give a flavor of the conference […]

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 […]

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 […]