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GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator Innovation Fund

Recently Maxime at the GSMA published a nice report on the role of APIs in developing markets, and referenced the work of TADHack in these markets over the past 3 years. The first round of the GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator Innovation Fund is now open for applications from start-ups in Africa and selected Asian countries. Successful … Continue reading GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator Innovation Fund

Dialogic solves a WebRTC NAT problem for TADHack in days with Ubuntu Juju

Dialogic solved a WebRTC NAT (Network Address Translation) problem for TADHack in days with Ubuntu Juju and now anybody can use the solution in minutes. Mid May I contacted Ubuntu and explained that one of the sponsors suggested that at TADHack we setup a TURN (Traversal Using Relays around NAT) and STUN (Session Traversal Utilities for NAT) server … Continue reading Dialogic solves a WebRTC NAT problem for TADHack in days with Ubuntu Juju

TADHack Winners: Madrid and Remote Part 2

The second Ubuntu prize went to the remote entry ParkuestTH by José Carlos López and team from Mexico using a range to telecom capabilities as well as Juju charms, to solve the problem of finding and paying for parking. The first Apidaze prize went to O1Otct by Joris Swinnen, on using WebRTC to make it easy … Continue reading TADHack Winners: Madrid and Remote Part 2

TADHack Winners: Madrid and Remote Part 1

TADHack is the only global meeting place for developers who want to learn, share, code and create across the breath of telecom tools and technologies.  A question asked is why use the term telecom as telcos really have a bad wrap.  The question is fair.  Adding telecoms to application, services or business processes creates amazing … Continue reading TADHack Winners: Madrid and Remote Part 1

Newbies Guide to TADHack

If you’re new to TADHack, a newbie, this weblog is for you! Firstly, the sponsors making TADHack possible are: Apidaze, hSenid Mobile, Huawei, Nexmo, Oracle, Solaiemes, Telestax, Tropo, Truphone, Ubuntu / Canonical; technology partners Appery.io, Metaswitch and Voxbone.  Check out the developer resources, there’s lots of free stuff to play with, and on the TADHack weblog … Continue reading Newbies Guide to TADHack

Truphone is the latest TADHack Sponsor

Truphone are sponsoring TADHack. Demonstrating their leadership of innovation in the telecommunications industry. They will be sharing with developers at the TADHack event exciting plans to revolutionize the telecoms industry and putting developers’ telecom applications front and center of the industry. Truphone’s founder and CTO, James Tagg, will be keynoting at TADHack. Together with Mark … Continue reading Truphone is the latest TADHack Sponsor

Announcing Metaswitch as TADHack Technology Partner

Metaswitch is supporting TADHack as a technology partner. They are a critical technology behind several of the sponsors. Metaswitch is leading the change in communication networks to a cloud-based, software-centric future. They develop openly programmable communication software that runs on standard hardware or in virtualized environments. Metaswitch’s Project Clearwater is an open-source IMS (IP Multimedia … Continue reading Announcing Metaswitch as TADHack Technology Partner

Ubuntu / Canonical is Latest TADHack Sponsor

Canonical have just confirmed as the latest TADHack (Telecom Application Developer Hackathon) sponsor. At TADSummit last year Maarten Ectors presented how Ubuntu and Juju Charms enable new telecom services to be launched in minutes; the presentations are here, and the video from the developer sessions is shown below.  At TADHack developers will be able to … Continue reading Ubuntu / Canonical is Latest TADHack Sponsor