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Voice Everywhere<br />Team:<br />Jenny Craig<br />Malcolm Ford<br />Kervin Pillay<br />Khetan Gajjar<br />Justin Spratt<br />
What if telephony was everywhere, just worked and was cheap<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />The Current Landscape of Telecommunications<br />HEADING<br />Text<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />HEADING<br />Text<br />Analogue is so last year!<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />Old School<br />TDM Telephony…<br />The Drag:<br />Expensive <br />Complex<br />Less Choice <br />No...
Voice Everywhere<br />HEADING<br />Text<br />Sometime it feels a bit like this…<br />
Sometime it feels a bit like this…<br />And this…<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />VoIP / SIP<br />TDM / PSTN<br />
Future of Telephony…<br />HEADING<br />Text<br />SIMPLICITY!<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />VoIP: <br /><ul><li>Simple
Cheaper
Redundant
Longevity
Extensible</li></li></ul><li>Voice Everywhere<br />Discover. <br />Decipher. <br />Disrupt.<br />VoIP Technologies<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />HEADING<br />Text<br />What if Conversations could think for themselves?<br />
Tim Berners-Lee<br />Father of the <br />World Wide Web<br />
Vint Cerf<br />Father of the Internet<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />
Disruptors<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />Old School: Incumbents, changing tack<br />
Incumbents… changing tack<br />
Voice Everywhere<br />By an overwhelming majority, VoIP is becoming the preferred solution for the majority of businesses,...
Voice Everywhere: Demo<br />4 People<br />3 Geographies<br />3 Mediums<br />1 Call<br />
DEMO and VIDEO<br />
Ticket to the Game<br />Getting VoIP right<br />
Ticket to Game<br /><ul><li>Simpler
Extensibility
Longevity</li></li></ul><li>Hitting the <br />Home Run<br />Critical Success Factors for VoIP<br />
The Home Run<br />
The Home Run<br />Customer is The King!<br />Shift in power<br />
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Voice should be cheap, ubiquitous and extensible to all devices and mediums. VoIP and WLANs are starting to deliver this future.

Gone are the days of the all powerful, Telco licensee monopolies. Power is shifting to the consumer.

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  • Bloated, Monopolistic, Circuit Switched, complex…PSTN / fixed environment is painful – if you need another line, you need to apply for it, add pri, add indentities<image: something that has been sticky tapped together or lots of bandages>-> what if you didn’t need all that… one subscription, one provider and medium is irrelevant PBX anecdote of waiting 5 weeks for person to come; expensive, sometimes they dont come-> true plug and play is what voip offers - we need to hit both MNOs and fixed line- you need to change handsets to get new features WHAT IF - as new features develop, they are instantaneously deployed
  • Bloated, Monopolistic, Circuit Switched, complex…PSTN / fixed environment is painful – if you need another line, you need to apply for it, add pri, add indentities<image: something that has been sticky tapped together or lots of bandages>-> what if you didn’t need all that… one subscription, one provider and medium is irrelevant PBX anecdote of waiting 5 weeks for person to come; expensive, sometimes they dont come-> true plug and play is what voip offers - we need to hit both MNOs and fixed line- you need to change handsets to get new features WHAT IF - as new features develop, they are instantaneously deployed
  • Time Division MultiplexingTDM was developed in 1870 with the TelegraphPOTS = plain OLD telephone system
  • Total GlobalTelecommunications Revenues…We think this is a joke!
  • Total GlobalTelecommunications Revenues……we believe this is too much!
  • Bloated, Monopolistic, Circuit Switched, complex…PSTN / fixed environment is painful – if you need another line, you need to apply for it, add pri, add indentities<image: something that has been sticky tapped together or lots of bandages>-> what if you didn’t need all that… one subscription, one provider and medium is irrelevant PBX anecdote of waiting 5 weeks for person to come; expensive, sometimes they dont come-> true plug and play is what voip offers - we need to hit both MNOs and fixed line- you need to change handsets to get new features WHAT IF - as new features develop, they are instantaneously deployed
  • Bloated, Monopolistic, Circuit Switched, complex…PSTN / fixed environment is painful – if you need another line, you need to apply for it, add pri, add indentities<image: something that has been sticky tapped together or lots of bandages>-> what if you didn’t need all that… one subscription, one provider and medium is irrelevant PBX anecdote of waiting 5 weeks for person to come; expensive, sometimes they dont come-> true plug and play is what voip offers - we need to hit both MNOs and fixed line- you need to change handsets to get new features WHAT IF - as new features develop, they are instantaneously deployed
  • Total GlobalTelecommunications Revenues……we believe this is too much!
  • IP convergence, bringing circuit switched networks on IP networks… talk about how innovation is causing a shift in the economics within the telecommunications industry. Talk about Skype terminating 8% of all call minutes globally.Talk about irrelevance of where people reside… and extensibility of this to everywhereWHAT IF - as new features develop, they are instantaneously deployedcohesive telephony experience- example: have to plug in a device to get CLI for fixed line callswhat we have: built and architecture from the ground up for voice, extensible for myriad servicesemphasis on "SERVICE BASED" telephony - less focused on hardware and owning softwarereduced depenedency on costly telco skills- the phone is extensible everywhere - all you need is an internet connection - you dont need people to run it for you.... very easy - this is what people want - they must be able to turn in on and it must work
  • IP convergence, bringing circuit switched networks on IP networks… talk about how innovation is causing a shift in the economics within the telecommunications industry. Talk about Skype terminating 8% of all call minutes globally.Talk about irrelevance of where people reside… and extensibility of this to everywhereWHAT IF - as new features develop, they are instantaneously deployedcohesive telephony experience- example: have to plug in a device to get CLI for fixed line callswhat we have: built and architecture from the ground up for voice, extensible for myriad servicesemphasis on "SERVICE BASED" telephony - less focused on hardware and owning softwarereduced depenedency on costly telco skills- the phone is extensible everywhere - all you need is an internet connection - you dont need people to run it for you.... very easy - this is what people want - they must be able to turn in on and it must work
  • VoIP, SIP, SIMPLE,
  • This should be the evolution of telephony from circuit switching to packet switching… Starting with inception of the internet and www DARPA, peering, open interconnections SIP – evolution… started with tone based signaling, then they designed SS7 and ISDN (first digital signaling methods), converted it into h323 (IP protocol) – less than 10% of PABX vendors that conform… SIP based on http – uses http to do the signaling… and everyone understood http – it is the language of the web… then codec evolution – maybe show the video Image – cold fusion type – with all these technologies merging into convergence IM which has brought presence – this is the most useful innovation in the telephony world, text integrated with telephony… in the latest revisions of sip you can IM using sip…. And even video Video codecs- then quad play – mobile phone element… Wi-Fi… talk about the evolution of wireless technologies – compelling story
  • This should be the evolution of telephony from circuit switching to packet switching… Starting with inception of the internet and www DARPA, peering, open interconnections SIP – evolution… started with tone based signaling, then they designed SS7 and ISDN (first digital signaling methods), converted it into h323 (IP protocol) – less than 10% of PABX vendors that conform… SIP based on http – uses http to do the signaling… and everyone understood http – it is the language of the web… then codec evolution – maybe show the video Image – cold fusion type – with all these technologies merging into convergence IM which has brought presence – this is the most useful innovation in the telephony world, text integrated with telephony… in the latest revisions of sip you can IM using sip…. And even video Video codecs- then quad play – mobile phone element… Wi-Fi… talk about the evolution of wireless technologies – compelling story
  • This should be the evolution of telephony from circuit switching to packet switching… Starting with inception of the internet and www DARPA, peering, open interconnections SIP – evolution… started with tone based signaling, then they designed SS7 and ISDN (first digital signaling methods), converted it into h323 (IP protocol) – less than 10% of PABX vendors that conform… SIP based on http – uses http to do the signaling… and everyone understood http – it is the language of the web… then codec evolution – maybe show the video Image – cold fusion type – with all these technologies merging into convergence IM which has brought presence – this is the most useful innovation in the telephony world, text integrated with telephony… in the latest revisions of sip you can IM using sip…. And even video Video codecs- then quad play – mobile phone element… Wi-Fi… talk about the evolution of wireless technologies – compelling story
  • Collage of the dsiruptors - JaJah, Skype, Acme, Broadsoft – whoelse? GrandCentral (Google Voice); Nimbuz…. Emphasise google getting into this game!! Redback (ericcsson) moving into IP – specifically voipAbandoned their TDM development as they know the future revenue is in voipRevenue stats for TDM – flattening / decliningNeed to look at what cable operators have done to get into voipVerizon deploying 3.5mn fmc clients in the next few yearsDefi, vahraha, mobile max, agito, etc.
  • Transcript of "Voice Everywhere"

    1. 1. Voice Everywhere<br />Team:<br />Jenny Craig<br />Malcolm Ford<br />Kervin Pillay<br />Khetan Gajjar<br />Justin Spratt<br />
    2. 2.
    3. 3. What if telephony was everywhere, just worked and was cheap<br />
    4. 4. Voice Everywhere<br />The Current Landscape of Telecommunications<br />HEADING<br />Text<br />
    5. 5. Voice Everywhere<br />HEADING<br />Text<br />Analogue is so last year!<br />
    6. 6. Voice Everywhere<br />
    7. 7. Voice Everywhere<br />Old School<br />TDM Telephony…<br />The Drag:<br />Expensive <br />Complex<br />Less Choice <br />No Redundancy <br />
    8. 8. Voice Everywhere<br />HEADING<br />Text<br />Sometime it feels a bit like this…<br />
    9. 9. Sometime it feels a bit like this…<br />And this…<br />
    10. 10. Voice Everywhere<br />VoIP / SIP<br />TDM / PSTN<br />
    11. 11. Future of Telephony…<br />HEADING<br />Text<br />SIMPLICITY!<br />
    12. 12. Voice Everywhere<br />VoIP: <br /><ul><li>Simple
    13. 13. Cheaper
    14. 14. Redundant
    15. 15. Longevity
    16. 16. Extensible</li></li></ul><li>Voice Everywhere<br />Discover. <br />Decipher. <br />Disrupt.<br />VoIP Technologies<br />
    17. 17. Voice Everywhere<br />HEADING<br />Text<br />What if Conversations could think for themselves?<br />
    18. 18. Tim Berners-Lee<br />Father of the <br />World Wide Web<br />
    19. 19. Vint Cerf<br />Father of the Internet<br />
    20. 20. Voice Everywhere<br />
    21. 21. Voice Everywhere<br />
    22. 22. Disruptors<br />
    23. 23. Voice Everywhere<br />Old School: Incumbents, changing tack<br />
    24. 24. Incumbents… changing tack<br />
    25. 25. Voice Everywhere<br />By an overwhelming majority, VoIP is becoming the preferred solution for the majority of businesses, displacing traditional circuit-switched PBXs.<br />Alcatel Lucent, Strategic White Paper<br />
    26. 26. Voice Everywhere: Demo<br />4 People<br />3 Geographies<br />3 Mediums<br />1 Call<br />
    27. 27.
    28. 28.
    29. 29.
    30. 30. DEMO and VIDEO<br />
    31. 31.
    32. 32. Ticket to the Game<br />Getting VoIP right<br />
    33. 33. Ticket to Game<br /><ul><li>Simpler
    34. 34. Extensibility
    35. 35. Longevity</li></li></ul><li>Hitting the <br />Home Run<br />Critical Success Factors for VoIP<br />
    36. 36. The Home Run<br />
    37. 37. The Home Run<br />Customer is The King!<br />Shift in power<br />
    38. 38. The Future?<br />Communications tools don&apos;t get socially interesting until they get technologically boring<br />Clay Shirky, “Here Comes Everybody” <br />
    39. 39. The Future?<br />Mobile<br />Services<br />The Cloud<br />IP / SIP<br />
    40. 40.
    41. 41. What if Voice was Everywhere?<br />justin.spratt@is.co.za<br />www.twitter.com/justinspratt<br />www.twitter.com/islabs<br />
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