Posts filed under ‘VoIP’

The Jumping Janus.

This white drone can’t jump, but it can be controlled over webRTC.

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Continue Reading February 4, 2015 at 12:05 pm 2 comments

The network effect

Perhaps Gondolas are like voice-minutes – echos of a glorious past ?

Continue Reading October 21, 2013 at 11:55 am 1 comment

The name of a Rose

WebRTC is heading into this battlefield. So far the standards groups have managed to dodge the issue by leaving the whole matter of signalling as an exercise to the implementor.

Continue Reading May 11, 2013 at 3:08 pm Leave a comment

The Nerdvana of Google I/O

My first impression was of having arrived on the set (or in) an early George Lucas film (THX 1138) – it was very white, white sofas, white carpet, white ceiling.
Perhaps as a result of this thought, I was on the lookout for signs of a dystopian future.
There really were plenty to be had.

Continue Reading July 16, 2012 at 8:28 am Leave a comment

The end of an error.

The lesson here is “Data Trumps Intuitions” . Although if I’m honest we also picked our business model because it was easy to explain to some local risk averse VCs. They didn’t give us the money but we stuck with that plan.

Continue Reading February 25, 2012 at 2:34 pm 4 comments

The long slow death of Skype for Asterisk.

My guess is that Skype had a change of heart between the project’s announcement and beta. So Skype deliberately hobbled SFA. What were they scared of ? Openness I think.

Continue Reading May 25, 2011 at 9:21 am 9 comments

The gtalk/skype/sip/irc asynchronous UC mashup

Users from all three of the ‘islands’ in the VoIP world (SIP, Skype and GoogleTalk) could all participate on an equal basis in a conference about VoIP. Not only that, but their IM messages were also exchanged freely, all with the correct attribution.

Continue Reading March 14, 2011 at 4:41 pm 5 comments

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