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My name is Azam Akram – here, I write informative and engaging articles about the latest trends and developments in the technology world.

My day-to-day activities involve designing and implementing cloud-native and on-premise backend systems, building event-driven microservices that are highly scalable and reliable, and design and development of APIs.

As a Software Architect with over 16 years of experience in research and development, I have a strong background in software development especially targeted for multimedia management and transportation. Throughout my career, I have worked on a diverse range of projects which have given me a deep understanding of the latest technologies, best practices, and industry trends.

IETF Standardization

I am one of the authors of RFC-7727, a standard track IETF document that has made significant contributions to the field of real-time media management. This document is focused on standardizing the RTP/RTCP protocols to allow pause and resume of real-time media, without requiring the re-establishment of a session.


We have been granted couple patents to protect our inventions,


As a technology enthusiast, I am passionate about exploring and learning about new advancements in the tech industry. In my spare time, I like to share my knowledge and experiences by writing technology blogs. My goal is to provide a platform for knowledge sharing where people can learn about the latest trends, best practices, and tips related to technology. By writing about my experiences and learning, I hope to help others understand complex technical concepts and improve their skills. Through my blog, I hope to foster a community of technology enthusiasts who can learn from each other and grow together.