David Walsh, of Bronxville, an American entrepreneur, investor and Internet visionary, introduced a new paradigm for valuing networks in an increasingly hyper-connected world. Walsh, who was part of the evolution of Metcalf’s Law and Moore’s Law at the dawn of the public Internet, has created a new formula designed to mathematically establish how valuable networks are, based not only on the endpoints connected to the network but the the endusers activity, and the quality of the content being shared.
Beyond Crypto Currencies, Blockchain Is Poised To Improve Efficiency in the Global Financial Markets in 2020
Over the past several years, a lot has been written about blockchain’s potential to solve a myriad of challenges, from simplifying money transfers, to securing digital voting, to dramatically easing supply chain management, to locking in land title transfers.
Leading technologist David Walsh, from Bronxville, New York, explains how fiber optics and 5G technology will merge to give digital service providers a new edge in the coming year.
The IFX Conference took place in Las Vegas with a theme to celebrate the craft and culture of infrastructure. Through keynotes and workshops, thought leaders, developers, innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, and technology enthusiasts gathered to spark new ideas, start conversations, and develop new connections.
From financial trading, to telemedicine and e-commerce learning, Kandy.io is revolutionizing customer service, customer engagement, and driving new opportunities for both internal and external collaboration.
Almost any app you look at will now have some sort of real-time communication function built in contextually, says David Walsh, who explains why he thinks this is the biggest opportunity for the carriers to develop services as they transform their infrastructure with NFV – now really taking off – and look to become fast-moving service marketing companies, rather than slow-moving engineering organisations. The old legacy world is changing fast and everything, including Genband’s own software, is being reworked and loaded into the cloud.
Ribbon Communications, the company that resulted from the October 2017 merger of Sonus and Genband, held its annual Perspectives conference this week in Los Angeles, taking the opportunity to share an update on its strategy and progress.
Light Reading’s Mitch Wagner recently caught up with Kandy Founder David Walsh at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona. The discussion included the new Ribbon Communications corporate brand and key trends affecting the industry, including embedded communications and how it is increasingly helping service providers enhance the user experience by enabling real-time communications capabilities to quickly be embedded within business and mobile apps.
GENBAND CEO David Walsh sat down with LRTV at MWC17 to discuss the company’s strategic initiatives, industry trends and some of the challenges service providers face in today’s competitive landscape.
Ribbon Communications has launched the newest component of its advanced security portfolio, Ribbon Protect. This big data behavioral analytics platform is designed to eliminate blind spots and provide advanced fraud management protection while safeguarding communications service providers’ (CSP) and enterprises’ real-time communications (RTC) networks and applications from security attacks while delivering visibility into network operations.
GENBAND Chairman and CEO David Walsh sat down with Light Reading Editor-in-Chief Ray Le Maistre at Mobile World Congress 2016 to discuss the company’s strategic direction, its disruptive Kandy communications platform and the fring Alliance.
Back in early nineties, straight out of college, I began working on Wall Street building trading floor technology and trying to keep up with the growth of the public markets and innovation in platforms. In my early twenties, I was charged with engineering and evolving sophisticated trader voice applications, connecting thousands of participants – buyers, sellers, brokers, banks and, of course, exchanges.