ITEXPO is almost here - and there will be lots of news broken at this event based upon what my team tells me. In addition, some of the early news on the event is beginning to break and I hope to see you October 4-6, 2010 in Los Angeles.
Check out this article on Aculab's new products, AMS Server & ApplianX IP Gateway 2.2 to be released at the show. AMS Server gives developers more choices for creating telephony-based applications through its API support of both C# and Python, the preferred languages of many business-oriented application writers. Both languages have been widely used for several years, and are considered less cumbersome and more flexible than the more traditional C and C++ languages.
This simple bit of news reinforces that web programming standards trump all others and telecom needs to open itself up with APIs which are friendly to developer 2.0 - the current breed of web-heads building Internet apps and mashups.
Here is the latest show daily which is definitely worth a read - it focuses on Polycom, Verizon, Alcatel-Lucent, Dialogic, VoIP monitoring, SIP trunking and fax over IP (FoIP).
Here are some of my latest interviews with speakers and exhibitors at the show - reading these will give you a better idea of what to expect at the conference and moreover prepare you to get the most out of the numerous Q&A and networking opportunities
FaceTime Communications Inc.
The Confernce Group
Utility Telephone Inc
Smart Grid Library
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