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Jonathan Taylor - Presentation at Emerging Communications Conference & Awards (eComm 2011) Presentation Transcript

  • 1.
  • 2. Trends in Communications Application Development
  • 3. Computers controlling audio tapes
    1 call per tape
  • 4. Computer Telephony Cards (DSP)
    1 to 192 calls per board
  • 5. IP-based Media Servers and Gateways (DSP)
    24 to 2,000 calls per box
  • 6. Commoditized Servers (Intel CPU=DSP)
    20 to 15,000 calls per server
  • 7. Software Media Servers
    150 to 15,000 calls
  • 8. Proprietary API’s
    C, C++, or proprietary scripting
  • 9. Proprietary Visual and Scripting
    Stylus InnovationVisual Voice
    IntelCT ADE
    Parity Software
    VoicebOCX
    Visual Basic, Delphi, Proprietary Scripting
  • 10. Standards API’s
    TAPI
    TSAPI
    S.100
    C, C++
  • 11. XML and Web
    Motorola VoxML
    AT&T PhoneML
    IBM SpeechML
    Microsoft WTE/SALTVoxeo CallXML
    W3C VoiceXML
    W3C CCXML
    Any web capable programming language
  • 12. Continuous evolution in hardware
    Continuous evolution in software
    So what’s next?
  • 13. New Hardware platforms
    Hundreds of thousands to millions of calls
  • 14. New Hardware platforms
    Hundreds of thousands to millions of distributed calls
  • 15. New Software platforms
    Voice in the browser – WebRTC, RTCWeb, Phono
  • 16. New Software platforms
    XML stays behind – scripting and REST move forward
  • 17. Tropo 2 Script Example
    Runs anywhere - public cloud, private cloud, in browserVoice, SMS, IM, Twitter, Facebook, and more
  • 18. Phono Example
    Runs anywhere – desktop, mobile, with RTCweb, without.
  • 19. Thank you!
    twitter @visionik, skypevisionik