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#vuc569 – Aral Balkin of
Aral Balkan, founder and Lead Designer of, 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, […]
#vuc566 – Outernet
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, […]
#VUC561 – Grandstream’s GVC3200 Enterprise Video Conference System
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 […]
#vuc558 – Software-defined Radio
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 […]
#vuc546 – Zoiper
Zoiper runs on Mac OS X, linux or Windows. There are mobile versions IoS and Android. Features include “Click to dial” CRM integration, number recognition, Outlook and thunderbird plugins, TAPI for those times when you prefer to dial directly from another program without to switch to the Zoiper window first. It’s been a while! News […]
#vuc564 – MeetingMogul
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
#vuc552 – with Varun Singh : Monitor and manage the performance of video calls in your web application. – Traversing NATs and Firewalls is challenging. The dashboard shows the performance of your service and helps you scale the service, based on measurements. – The callstats.js works on Chrome and Firefox web-browsers. Our network probe measures the performance of […]
#vuc545 – a TADHack Update
BE SURE TO CHECK for a large collection of photos and posts! A few anticipated topics: TADHack Global review – numbers / expectations / keynotes Developer spotlights – from the mini in London and anticipated from the global event TADHack plan – Chicago, TADSummit and the new TADHack mini Paris in December (just before […]
#vuc551 – Clammr
Clammr has been called “the audio Instagram”. Listeners get personalized streams of Entertainment & News in 18-second bites that they can launch automatically into full-length music, podcasts, and news. Audio content creators love Clammr as a way to make their content more discoverable and viral. Our guest is Parviz Parvizi. Parviz is co-founder of Clammr. […]
#vuc547 – Wire
We’ve been using Switzerland-based Wire at VUC for months now, and most of us are pleased with what it does and how it works. There’s plenty of room for improvement, and we hope to discuss this with someone from the Wire team Friday. Available on the web, as well as for the principal mobile platforms, […]
#vuc565 – Oxford Flood Network
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 […]
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