Comments on ecomm2008
Last month, a week before VON there was another conference - ecomm2008. Last week the slides used by the speakers were putup on slideshare.net. I tweeted my thoughts as I reviewed the presentations. The following is a compendium of those tweets.
Reviewing eComm presentations;so few End based solutuonsecomm2008/millicomp: What would you do with an always on/connected millicomp in your pocket? unifiedcomm, ofcourseI disagree with ecomm2008/Ernst that Telcos as OpenID providers have a competitive advantageecomm/iskoot: use ip for signaling and carry voice on pstn http://snurl.com/245l5; i suggested in an old blog post that is catching fancyLook at Ribbit's SW architecture and its complexity. no wonder they are a phone compnay. Are all thoses needed?http://snurl.com/245mgWon't incumbents charge calls to inum as overseas call thereby reducing its attractiveness? http://snurl.com/245owIs Embarq a client of STL Partners? I can see the effects http://snurl.com/245rsShai talks about the need for navigating the web and then talking over PSTN http://snurl.com/245tw ...toktumi talks about integrating PC and pnone http://snurl.com/245u2 ...Trolltech talks about coming phone revolution in 2009 http://snurl.com/245u6 ...Embarq announces cordless phone with IP interface; Verizon Home hub is also a comparable device ...Promises of VoIP (actually of ISDN) - Happy Days - are herevapps touts wideband conf bridge to be disruptive at 6c/m. Need to look into jvoicebridge. http://snurl.com/245ygLuca talks about Hictu - 60 sec video blogging. Now Flickr has 90 sec. It is catching on http://snurl.com/245zvIf devices will have both phone and data connections, then is there a need for mashups? http://snurl.com/24640Voxeo/ecomm2008: web tech, platform, SIP&inspiration=exciting 2.0 apps. http://snurl.com/24efk. Except we don't need SIPstandre/ecomm:We are building realtime Internet with open stds,innovative edges but no telcos. But there are dragons http://snurl.com/24eiaEnThinnai handles standre dragons in its own way. Will take a regular blog post
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