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Registration Opens for SIP Network Operators Conference 2013
By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor
The third annual SIP Network Operators Conference (SIPNOC 2013) will be held at the Hyatt Dulles Hotel in Herndon, Va., from April 22-25, 2013.
This helpful educational conference for service providers will offer an extra day of special workshops and sessions and provide useful information about the challenges and opportunities of deploying SIP-based carrier services worldwide.
Registration for the conference has now begun and all attendees will get to know about best practices and strategies for the successful implementation of SIP-based services and applications.
“We’re pleased to bring this unique gathering for the network operator community back for a third year, once again providing a non-commercial, technically-oriented setting for discussing and sharing ideas and knowledge about SIP implementation,” said SIP Forum chairman Richard Shockey (News - Alert).
Those interested to attend the conference can register at http://www.regonline.com/sipnoc2013. The organizers assure that leading technical and operations personnel from the global carrier community will get educational, non-commercial and technical content focused on the real-world challenges of deploying SIP services in global IP networks.
Early bird registration is available at http://www.regonline.com/sipnoc2013.
SIPNOC 2013 will feature well-known industry speakers and several highly technical educational and instructional panels and sessions. This conference will also offer a series of informal sessions, which will encourage discussion on a variety of topics in hallways.
Meeting rooms and break-out areas will also be made available during the event.
“Our third annual conference will expand upon key issues identified in previous discussions and through our SIP Forum Task Groups, with the aim of delivering high-level technical support and guidance to the broad service provider community worldwide,” added Marc Robins (News - Alert), president and managing director of the SIP Forum.
SIP Forum was in news earlier this month when it formed the SIP over IPv6 Task Group (IPv6), which will focus on addressing key deployment and interoperability issues in the telecommunications industry’s migration to SIP over IPv6.
Edited by Rich Steeves