With VoIP at the forefront of the networking and communications world, news is abundant this week as TMCnet hosts its second VoIP Developer Conference in San Francisco. And no topic is receiving more attention than so-called "Triple Play" services (video, voice and data).
And with only two days left of what has shaped into one of the most successful technology conferences, TMCnet is offering developers and technology executives from all walks of life a chance to take advantage of networking opportunities within the VoIP development community. On Thursday, August 4th from 12:30 to 1:15pm, Guillaume Widmer, CTO of NetCentrex, along with Michael Skubisz, CTO of Pannaway will be presenting a session titled "Considerations in Triple Play Application Development."
All attendees will have the opportunity to uncover how Triple Play services lead to a tighter integration between the "digital pipes," service delivery, service management layers and most important increasing ARPU (average revenue per user).
This session will look at how broadband technologies and packet communications come together to form flexible architectures demanded by Triple Play services. "Considerations in Triple Play Application Development" will also address how interfaces for voice, video, and data solutions can be deployed to minimize complexity for service providers and maximize uptake of new services by subscribers. Topics would range from TV-integrated telephony, video on demand, and VoIP.
There's still time to come to TMCnet's VoIP Developer Conference! For more information, please visit the VoIP Developer Conference on the Web and stay tuned to TMCnet for up to the minute VoIP Developer news.