The International Packet Communications Consortium (IPCC), the industry's technology forum working to advance Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) over broadband cable, wireless, and wireline, announced today its presence at TMC's INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO, which is scheduled for October 24-27, 2005 in Los Angeles at the California Convention Center. TMC is an official partner of the IPCC, and INTERNET TELEPHONY(R) is the world's largest and best-attended VoIP trade show. At the conference, the IPCC will exhibit (#243), moderate three VoIP technology panels, and host its Wireline/Wireless Convergence Working Group meeting - all of which are open to INTERNET TELEPHONY conference attendees.
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IPCC to Moderate Three VoIP Panels
IPCC Chairman Michael Khalilian and IPCC VP Manuel Vexler will serve as moderator of three panels during the INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference and EXPO:
Tuesday, October 25 - 11:15-12:00
"Triple Play: The Implications of Convergence"
Wednesday, October 26 - 12:30-2:15
"Technical Challenges to WiFi Telephony Deployment"
Thursday, October 27 - 1:15-3:00
"Dual Mode: A Look at the Current State of the Market"
IPCC Wireless/Wireline Convergence Working Group Meeting to Be Held October 25
The IPCC will hold its Wireless/Wireline Convergence Working Group Meeting on Tuesday, October 25 at the INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO.
Open to INTERNET TELEPHONY conference attendees, this meeting will focus on IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS) network architecture. IMS and Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) have taken front stage in the industry over the past 12 months. This session will explore how FMC has become a lead driver for IMS deployments, and look at the latest technical and architectural developments to bring converged services to market using an IMS approach.
The IPCC Wireless/Wireline Convergence Working Group Meeting will be held:
Tuesday, October 25, 2005 - 10:00 a.m.
Los Angeles Convention Center
Meeting Room: 501 C
The featured speaker for this event is Kevin McCracken, Director, Product Management at NewStep Networks. Kevin is part of a team focused on establishing NewStep as a leader in Converged Call Management solutions that enable the delivery of profitable, seamless services across fixed, Wi-Fi, and mobile network environments. Before joining NewStep, Kevin led Nortel's IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) and location services product marketing team focused on GSM/UMTS service providers.