IP Fax solutions provider Sagem-Interstar
, the world’s largest maker of computer networking gear, will host the second part of its three-part webcast series this week.
The series, called “Demystifying Fax over IP Network,” gives listeners a technical overview of FoIP fundamentals, applications and advanced networking considerations.
Christian Larocque, who handles business development and major global accounts for Sagem (News
)-Interstar, and David Hanes, an engineer with Cisco’s (News
) customer advanced engineering and co-author of the Cisco Press book "Fax, Modem, and Text for IP Telephony," will host the Webcast.
Attendees will learn about the most popular FoIP deployment and integration models, as well as the advantages challenges of legacy models. Speakers will also cover modern FoIP server solutions from the basic, including single voice gateway models to more advance models, such asCisco ( News
) Call Manager integration, multiple voice gateways, MFPs, and API connections to back-end systems.
) and Cisco will conclude its third and final webcast, called “Advanced FoIP networking considerations: Cisco AXP-SRST, FoIP survivability, MGCP
,” at 1 p.m. Eastern on Thursday, Oct. 15.
Industry officials will discuss Cisco AXP-SRST, FoIP Survivability and MGCP. Attendees will learn about the technical aspects of advanced FoIP networking considerations, including FoIP troubleshooting techniques and engineering guidelines involving bandwidth, latency, and packet loss. The webcast will also cover MGCP voice gateways and how they can be accessed by a fax server through Cisco Call Manager.
Hanes and Matthew Miller, product manager at Sagem-Interstar (News
), who oversees the company’s XMediusFAX product line lifecycle, will host the webcast. Hanes and Miller will also discuss how the Cisco AXP-SRST solution delivers advanced survivability, security, and scalability. Registration is now open
for the final Webcast.
The two Webcasts follow a session last month on “FoIP Fundamentals,” which covered the history of fax communications to today’s current IP-based systems. Attendees learned about the basics of IP fax, including FoIP servers and the benefits in the emerging unified communications/enterprise content management context.
To register for the “FoIP Applications – How a Fax Server Integrates into an IP Network,” webcast scheduled at 1 p.m. Eastern Thursday, Sept. 17, click here