Alan Quayle


Alan Quayle is the founder of TADHack, largest global hackathon focused on programmable communications since 2014, and TADSummit, the longest running conference on programmable communications since 2013 with a no BS policy. His career spans BT, Lucent (now Nokia), Cambridge Technology Partners (now Atos Consulting), founding Teltier (one of the first Telecom API companies that was sold to Cisco in 2003) and 20 years as an independent consultant. If you have fiber to the home, e.g. Verizon Fios, the box in your home is likely based on some of his patents and standards. He worked on the development of digital video compression technologies, which enabled YouTube and Netflix to change TV viewing forever. His leadership in programmable telecoms/communications is democratizing the telecoms industry, so anyone can use it to solve problems that matter to them. He has a MEng (Masters of Engineering), MBA, CEng (Chartered Engineer), MIET, and MIEEE.