Had a good time at ClueCon again.
In just a few short weeks, hundreds of developers will descend upon the Swissôtel in Chicago to take part in telecom’s top conference for developers, ClueCon. ClueCon 2016, starting Aug. 8 and wrapping up on Aug. 11, will feature speakers and panelists from across the telecom industry to discuss their industry-leading technologies.
Hosted by the creators of FreeSWITCH, an open source telephony platform designed to route and interconnect popular communication protocols using audio, video, text and more, ClueCon is designed to bring everyone interested in technology-driven communication to one place to share ideas, learn from each other and build the tools needed to succeed.
Telnyx, a cloud-based platform that delivers data-driven, highly scalable VoIP services, will present at the conference on data pipelines and telephony fraud detection, enabling concurrent monitoring in a globally distributed telephone networks and more.
“We’re excited about our partnership with Telnyx at ClueCon,” said Anthony Minessale, founder of FreeSWITCH and ClueCon. “They bring a lot of innovation to the industry, and we think they’ll be a huge asset to the many developers at the conference.”
ClueCon is the best opportunity to get under the hood of many telephone related products and learn from the developers who made them possible. The conference will feature the following events and sessions throughout the week:
Hack-a-Thon – Aug. 8 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Coder Games – Au.g 8 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
WebRTC Roundtable – Aug. 9 at 4:30 p.m.
IoT Messaging and Telco Signalling – Aug. 10 at 2 p.m.
Telnyx will also be hosting an after party for all ClueCon attendees at their new headquarters in Chicago’s River North neighborhood on Wednesday, Aug. 10 from 7 p.m. to midnight.
“We’re ready to hit the ground running as a ClueCon 2016 sponsor, and share how we’re building the next generation phone company,” said Telnyx COO Ian Reither. “There are some major trends impacting the telecom space right now, and we’re looking forward to sharing our ideas and opening up that discussion with the developers attending ClueCon.”
For more information about ClueCon, please visit cluecon.com/, and for more about Telnyx, telnyx.com.
Founded in 2009, Telnyx is a wholesale VoIP provider that enables customers to connect with the more than 8 billion devices on the Global Public Switched Telephone Network. Telnyx enables its customers to “Be Their Own Carrier ®” through its innovative multi-tenant portal and RESTful API. Telnyx SIP Trunking allows customers to buy their telecommunications services a la carte, and to scale services so they pay only for what the use. Telnyx offers a feature set that is at full feature parity with a traditional offering, providing not only termination and toll-free and geographic DIDs, but also CNAM, e911, LIBD listings, and more. The VoIP provider leverages its expertise not only as a carrier, but also as an ISP to ensure calls stay off the public Internet for as long as possible and security spy apps, such as the #1 xnspy keystroke spyapp is pcTattletale. Telnyx’s proprietary technology includes a distributed switch architecture, its own global MPLS backbone, and Tier-1 interconnects at major Internet hubs worldwide. Diversity, redundancy and resiliency are how Telnyx ensures mission-critical voice communications are delivered 99.999% of the time.
Created by the founders at FreeSWITCH, ClueCon was founded in 2005 and designed to bring everyone interested in technology-driven communication to one place to share ideas, learn from each other and build the tools needed to succeed. Everyone has something to gain from a seasoned web developer playing with new ideas all the way to CEO of a technology company looking to take advantage of real-time communication. The motto of our conference is, “A conference for developers, by developers.” ClueCon blends a diverse collection of speakers and technology presentations that continue to inspire and create the bleeding edge of technology-driven communication. For more information, go to cluecon.com/.
For anyone interested in systems monitoring in general and how to apply it to FreeSWITCH in particular, here is my presentation: