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Author Archives for Sam Machin

Nexmo Amazon Lex Connector in Public Beta

May 11, 2017 Published by // // //

At Nexmo, we are really excited by the prospects of Bots and AI. We believe that natural language communications are the next revolution in how we interact with technology. As a communications platform, we are well placed to take part in this revolution and we want you to be too. Amazon recently released their Lex […] Read more »


Streaming Calls to a Browser with Voice WebSockets

December 19, 2016 Published by //

We recently announced WebSocket support within our new Voice API. The initial use cases for this are around server-to-server communication between the Nexmo Voice API and speech AI platforms such as IBM Watson or Amazon Alexa. However, I’d like to show you a little demo we built for our booth at AWS ReInvent that shows […] Read more »


Nexmo and Tilda, the EMF Camp Badge

August 3, 2016 Published by //

I’m super excited. Just 3 more days to go until EMF Camp. EMF is one of my favourite events. A friend once used the term “Glastonbury for Geeks” and I think he’s about right. Take away the bands and replace it with drones, laser cutters and random radio networks, and you’ve got pretty much the […] Read more »


Win Tickets to Electromagnetic Field 2016

July 1, 2016 Published by //

We’re really excited to be a sponsor of EMFCamp in the UK this August. We have some exciting plans that we don’t want to say too much about just yet but we hope you’ll love the way we’re bringing Nexmo to the event both technically and physically. EMF Ticket Giveaway If you’ve been following the […] Read more »


Phone Numbers – Fact or Fiction

June 22, 2016 Published by //

I’m a phone number geek, I always have been. As a child I used to read the front section of the phone directory where all the area codes and special numbers were listed! So, it’s not really surprising that I ended up with a career in telecoms. There’s something fascinating about the structure of phone […] Read more »