Over the last year, I’ve been gathering thoughts, speaking and listening at conferences, and working on applications with customers. These activities have shaped my thinking on the kinds of real-time communications applications that are available today, and the kind I think will be available tomorrow. As these thoughts have gelled, I have distilled them down […]
How voice applications should work in the real world with real users across diverse devices and physical settings.
Come to an AT&T Public Safety Mobile App Hackathon to find out how, with the adoption of 4G LTE, law enforcement, fire, and EMS personnel will finally leverage the same high-speed data networks the general public uses every day. Vaulting them into the world of networked communications, these first responders will need mobile apps to […]
The technology that enables us to communicate is developing faster than the applications that would harness it. As developers and integrators we have access to inexpensive text-to-speech, speech recognition, natural language understanding, several different varieties of text messaging, and even video, not to mention high-definition audio for voice. Combined with ubiquitous connectivity and pocket-sized devices, […]
Climbing up to the TADSummit Alan Quayle bring together some of the illustrious TADSummit 2014 participants. Truphone’s James Body is a VUC regular (VoIP Users Conference). “WebRTC magician” Ben Klang (Mojo Lingo), Luis Quina (Apidaze), Ivelin Ivanov (Telestax), John Elliot (Tropo) and probably more telecom development stars. http://www.voipusersconference.org/2014/vuc507-tadsummit-istanbul/