Tag Archives: Zingaya

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 […]

Mid-Year Review on Telecom APIs

I thought it worth taking a moment to review some of the companies I’ve talked to over the past 6 months that are either running their business on Telecom APIs, or helping others run their businesses on Telecom APIs.  Common themes from the interviews are: Focus on running the core business.  Telecom APIs means a […]

WebRTC Stats – Bring out your voice, video and real-time data over the Web Stats

Arnaud Budkiewicz, CEO and founder of Bistri, has launched WebRTCStats with AddLive, UberConference, Drum, Symonics, Twelephone, Apidaze and Zingaya as a start.  Many of whom demoed at the WebRTC workshop last month.  And the support of Phil Edholm, Tsahi Levent-Levi, myself and Dean Bubley.  The aim is simply to get the data out there on […]

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 […]

Final Agenda of WebRTC Workshop on Monday 22nd April at IMS World Forum

Here is the final agenda for the WebRTC pre-conference workshop we’re running on Monday 22nd April at the IMS World Forum.  The interesting stuff is at the end with all the WebRTC demos, its going to be exciting, there’s a rich variety of demos showing just the tip of the iceberg of innovations we’re going […]

WebRTC at the IMS World Forum, Barcelona, 23-25 April 2013

This year’s IMS World Forum is shaping up to be an excellent event, with a solid focus on WebRTC (Web Real Time Communications). At last year’s event I asked the opening panel about the impact of WebRTC on their plans to a muted response.  And this year there is a pre-conference WebRTC Workshop on the […]

End of 2012 Entry: An Eventful and Noisy Year

In this end of year article I’ll review 2012 and look at a few of the things coming up in 2013.  2012 has been an eventful year, we tend to miss how eventful as we’re busy working and raising our families (a life-long commitment!).  The year opened with some operators finally admitting revenues are in […]

Interesting WebRTC Startups

Yesterday I made my first WebRTC call to Lance Berks (of HollyConnects fame) using FrisB from the latest Chrome browser, and after that went on the explore a number of services available using WebRTC.  So I thought I’d start to compile a list of interesting start-ups with WebRTC-based services.  A previous weblog article provides a […]