Here’s wishing you and yours a dynamic, prosperous and healthy 2016 in all of your endeavors! Please join our VUC Kiva Lending Team to guarantee loans to hard-working entrepreneurs worldwide. Our team has made over 1,000 loans since we began in 2007. Today, we talked to Olle Johansson about TLS, security, encryption, IoT and the challenges […]
Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year from the VUC! Just before the end of 2015, we caught up with Chris Matthieu of Octoblu to talk about his long history of creations in the realm of communications. From Teleku to Octoblu, Chris is a force to be reckoned with on the Internet of Things, and one […]
Diana Cionoiu is known for Yate, but she has a number of irons in the fire, such as FreeSentral (the free IP PBX based on Yate), and OpenVoLTE: VoLTE (Voice
Zello is a push-to-talk (PTT) app available for all pertinent mobile OS: iOS, Android, Windows and Blackberry. It offer additional features over, say, a walkie-talkie: history, replay last message, notifications
Friday, November 20th we will be joined by Luis Lopes, Project Coordinator for Kurento.org. Luis will introduce Kurento, a Free Open Source Software media server which provides a modular architecture and a set of capabilities designed for enabling developers to create rich RTC applications. He will show how Kurento has been designed for making simpler […]
An app that makes dialing into conference calls easier. MeetingMogul keeps you updated and organized with an automatically synced list of your upcoming calls and meetings. Features One Touch Conference Calls Collaborative Notes Sharing Lowest Cost Conference Calls Call Alerts All Events in One Place Meeting Summary on Fingertips Recording Notes Notify Participants
Astricon 2015 October 13-15, 2015 • Loews Royal Pacific • Orlando, Florida
Using WebRTC, Zencastr allows you to record each leg or channel of a conference call to a separate file. This makes it easy to obtain quality results when multiple channels are involved, but there are challenges. We’ll discuss the service, pros and cons and show you how it works.
We'll be chatting with Simon Monk, author of Raspberry Pi Cookbook (O'Reilly Media, published December 2013), a great introduction to the world of +Raspberry...
Dries Plasman, Voxbone VP Marketing and Product Management joins #vuc473 to talk about the latest Voxbone news, mobile bnumber availability for Europe.
Tuesday, we recorded a VUC Visions panel, “Looking back at 2015” with James Body, Michael Graves, Time Panton, Randy Resnick and Andy Smith.
Author Vilius Stanislovaitis joins us. His book, How to Start and Run VoIP Business, explains how to become a VoIP provider and start different VoIP services: Residential, Mobile, Callback Calling Cards, Call Shops, Virtual PBX, SIP Trunking, Wholesale Transit, Call Origination and Call Termination. Some of the areas covered in the book – How to […]
Sevana Fi is a company focusing on sound and speech quality analysis, testing, monitoring and measurement with in-house software development and research. CEO Valeri Sitnikov joins #vuc567 to show what they do and discuss the issues to solve.
Read the Press Release – Read the full Letter (PDF). The FCC thinks it can stop the malware tide by locking down router firmware. Dave Taht, co-founder of bufferbloat.net and an instigator of the CeroWrt project’s letter to the FCC on how to better manage the software on wifi and home routers in answer to […]
Bill Simon joins us to talk about Simon Telephonics services at simonics.com, the features of which are listed below. Convert your Google Voice number to a standard SIP connection. Place and receive Google Voice calls with your VoIP ATA or IP phone, Asterisk, FreeSWITCH, or any SIP PBX. Receive Caller ID name (CNAM) on incoming […]
A last minute guest cancellation gives us the chance to experiment with Wire and the new beta features.
This Friday 15th January we’ll have some TADHackers on #vuc576, Olivier Jeannel and Bart Uelen. Olivier Jeannel keynoted TADSummit in Lisbon in November with a impressive service, RogerVoice. He is on a mission to make the phone accessible to deaf and hard-of-hearing people worldwide. Olivier will share his experience and advice on building and running […]
Voxeet CEO & Founder Stéphane Giraudie joins us to discuss their unique contribution to conferencing. Key features of +Voxeet are 3D Immersive Sound, Accura...
This week, we look at multi-camera, multi-channel video recording with Bob Cohen of Future Video. Bob’s last visit, an advance look at the V-Station HD, dates back to 2012. Shooting a multi-camera video production today is typically accomplished with separate independent recording devices—camcorders, DVRs, and audio recorders. Such projects are costly, complicated, and time/staff-intensive…daunting barriers […]
Thane Richard of Outernet joins us to explain this unusual project and the Lighthouse hardware. “The Outernet signal currently reaches 99% of Earth’s population with 1 GB/day of information. This capacity increases every few months and we have tested up to speeds of 25 Mb/sec.” “Just plug Lighthouse into a satellite dish, turn it on, […]
On October 7th Polycom celebrates its 25th year of operations and celebrates the culture of innovation by launching the next wave of innovative products that move the technology and workflows beyond the current defined boundaries of unified communications and collaboration. Exclusively to VUC on October 9th we take a deeper dive into the new product […]
We’ve been playing with the technology since the VoIPathon last year (many of us way before then). What is SDR? “Software-defined radio (SDR) is a radio communication system where components that have been typically implemented in hardware (e.g. mixers, filters, amplifiers, modulators/demodulators, detectors, etc.) are instead implemented by means of software on a personal computer […]
Tsahi Levent-Levi is known for his expertise in WebRTC and his widely-read BlogGeek.me writings. This session, we’ll talk about WebRTC PaaS, the main driver for new use cases that pop up on a daily basis out there. It is the easiest way for any dreamer with an idea to fulfill it with limited knowledge about the technology. How […]
Longtime friend and founder of Jitsi , Emil Ivov is now Chief Video Architect at Atlassian. He joins us for a long-overdue chat about the acquisition of Jitsi, life in the USA and Austin, Texas, WebRTC, mobile video, and much more.
Aaron Day joins us to talk about this unusual area of design: sound! Since 1998 he has put sound into the core of product experience. Aaron specializes in Mobile UE & IXD, Sonic Interaction Design, Haptic Design, In-Car Sound Design, User Experience Strategy. He has worked with an impressive list of multi-disciplinary engineering and design […]
Aral Balkan, founder and Lead Designer of Ind.ie, had this to say about technology, human rights, and democracy. “We’ve built a world where our everyday things track our every move, profile us, and exploit those profiles for monetary gain. A world with a wholly privatised public sphere. A world of malls, not parks. A corporatocracy, […]
Ben Ward joins VUC to talk about the tasks Oxford Flood Network are facing, and how they’re accomplishing them using technologies like IoT. Unpredictable weather and urbanisation are causing ever more frequent floods in our rivers, watercourses and drainage systems. To understand this we need a new way of monitoring potential flooding. Low-cost wireless sensors […]
Earlier this year Grandstream Networks Inc. upped their game in the video conference space, launching the GVC3200, an enterprise video conference system. Friday, October 2nd Phil Bowers, Global Marketing Communications Manager for Grandstream Networks Inc. will join us to profile this new device. The GVC3200 is a potent and affordable solution built upon Android. The […]
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