Archives for July 2016

My response to BEREC consultation on ‘net neutrality’ guidelines

To BEREC Board of Regulators Consultation on document BoR (16) 94 Dear Sir/Madam, I am a computer scientist who specialises in network performance. I consult to tier 1 operators, equipment vendors and NRAs. I am also involved in the technical and commercial development of quality-assured broadband services.I have undertaken (in my own time and at my own […]

Hypervoice and the Guardian Avatar

Video interview of me by Misha Maksin on Hypervoice and the Guardian Avatar

Hyperties: “Travel adaptors” for the cloud?

I have spent the day here in Berlin attending my second advisory board meeting for the EU research project reTHINK. I’m chewing over what I learnt about the possible future of the telecoms and cloud industry.

The Future of Everything

The Future of Everything: Making Sense of the Sensor Revolution from a Telecoms Perspective I gave a talk to a TM Forum workshop in London earlier this year on the “Internet of Everything”. An edited version of the talk has been now been published by the IEEE in their July edition IEEE IoT eNewsletter.

Why Hyper Wellbeing is the future of mobile: Part 2

Part 2: The networked renaissance This continues the second part of my interview with Lee S Dryburgh, the event founder of the Hyper Wellbeing conference in Silicon Valley on November 14-16.

Why Hyper Wellbeing is the future of mobile: Part 1

Part 1: The failing “sick care” model The Hyper Wellbeing conference in Silicon Valley on November 14-16 is not “just another event” in an already-full calendar of “digital health” gatherings. It seeks to significantly raise our collective aspiration for computing. It is both profound and practical. The passion comes from a longstanding personal friend, Lee S Dryburgh, […]