Tuesday, January 27, 2009

SquawkBox January 26 – Lee Dryburgh

by alec on January 27, 2009

We hosted Lee Dryburgh, the organizer of eComm, on the January 26th SquawkBox conference call.  A wide ranging and well attended conference call, we discussed the origins of the eComm Conference, what to expect from this year’s conference, and highlights of previous years.

Along the way, we also managed to talk about Open networks, telecom and Skype, whether interoperability really matters at all, and the communications continuum idea that folks like Jeff Pulver have been actively promoting. And we managed to convince lee to dust off his crystal ball, and prognosticate on the future of telecommunications. 

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eComm will be March 3-5 in San Francisco.  Early bird registrations are open for just two more days – until January 30th.  If you’re in the communications industry, you owe it to yourself to attend this event.

On the Calliflower Conference Call: Jonathan Jensen, Dan York, Jim Courtney, Lee dryburgh, Martyn Davies, Mark Hewitt, Mike Pruyn, Brad Jones, James Body, Ken Camp, Sheryl Breuker, Warren Bent, Todd Spraggins, Jeanette Fisher, TJ Snell, Sergio Meinardi, and Tim Panton.

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SquawkBox January 26 – Lee Dryburgh

by alec on January 27, 2009

We hosted Lee Dryburgh, the organizer of eComm, on the January 26th SquawkBox conference call.  A wide ranging and well attended conference call, we discussed the origins of the eComm Conference, what to expect from this year’s conference, and highlights of previous years.

Along the way, we also managed to talk about Open networks, telecom and Skype, whether interoperability really matters at all, and the communications continuum idea that folks like Jeff Pulver have been actively promoting. And we managed to convince lee to dust off his crystal ball, and prognosticate on the future of telecommunications. 

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eComm will be March 3-5 in San Francisco.  Early bird registrations are open for just two more days – until January 30th.  If you’re in the communications industry, you owe it to yourself to attend this event.

On the Calliflower Conference Call: Jonathan Jensen, Dan York, Jim Courtney, Lee dryburgh, Martyn Davies, Mark Hewitt, Mike Pruyn, Brad Jones, James Body, Ken Camp, Sheryl Breuker, Warren Bent, Todd Spraggins, Jeanette Fisher, TJ Snell, Sergio Meinardi, and Tim Panton.

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