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IBM tech talk series for MobileFirst leveraging AT&T APIs in enterprise worklight ecosystem

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Published on Aug 7, 2013

AT&T API Platform enables developers to quickly create and securely deploy apps on IBM's industry-leading MEAP Worklight. Enterprises can make use of pre-built Worklight adapters for the following AT&T APIs:

• SMS, Payment, Advertising, Device Capabilities
• Carrier-agnostic Speech (Speech to Text, Text to Speech)

Feature-rich, personalized mobile experience can be quickly delivered using these adapters. Opportunities like the following can be easily integrated into your mobile offerings targeted for your individual customer base or enterprise customer base:
• Efficient Group Communication
• Empowered Mobile Workforce
• Customizable Mobile Payments for AT&T Subscribers

If you develop using IBM Worklight, you will find the AT&T APIs and adapters can be key assets in further reducing your time-to-market, cost and complexity of development for apps using API-based monetization strategies or personalization features.

Session highlights:
This session will highlight the key areas of focus for designing a mobile app using AT&T adapters and leveraging AT&T APIs:
• AT&T Developer Platform Overview
• AT&T APIs and their real-world applications
• Using AT&T adapters for IBM Worklight
• Demo of an app featuring Speech to Text API

Speakers:
Giri Bhaskara is the Principal Technical Architect for AT&T Developer Program's SDKs and Tools
Raj Sesetti is the Solution Architect for AT&T Developer Program's SDKs and Tools

Next Steps:
Download the new version of IBM® Worklight® Developer Edition 6.0 from http://ibm.co/K05h0z
Visit the AT&T Adapters for IBM® Worklight® home page http://soc.att.com/10rzh1I

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