IPCC to Host Four Sessions on VoIP for UNE-P and Enterprises at the Internet Telephony Spring Show in Miami
Fremont, CA – February 22, 2005 – The International Packet Communications Consortium (IPCC) will chair and speak at the Internet Telephony Spring Show February 22-25, 2005, in Miami on the most pressing issues related to Voice over IP and packet communications. These sessions will provide the latest information for Local Exchange Carriers, enterprises, and Enterprise Service Providers on "build or buy" decision-making, E-911 and Enterprise Media Conferencing. An entire session is dedicated to off-shoring decisions.
"These Four sessions focus on real challenges facing companies considering the implementation of VoIP and packet communications today," said Michael Khalilian, Chairman and President, IPCC. "While opportunities for savings abound, each company must keep a close watch on getting the proper return on investment."
These panels include senior managers and executives from the following IPCC companies:
Decisions, Decisions… To Build or Buy
Wednesday, February 23rd, 11:15 AM-12:00 PM
•eLEC (VoX) Communications - Chair
•Level 3 Communications
IP and Offshoring: Options & Opportunities Wednesday, February 23rd, 2:00-4:00 PM
•Trendium - Chair
•Virtela Communications, Inc.
What's the Deal With E911?
Thursday, February 24th, 4:00-4:45 PM
•Kancharla - Chair
•TeleCommunication Systems (TCS)
Rich Media Conferencing & Collaborative Computing for the Enterprise
Friday, February 25th, 1:30-2:15 PM
•IPCC – Chair
About the International Packet Communications Consortium (IPCC)
The IPCC, also referred as the "Packet Communications Forum" is an international industry association dedicated to accelerating the deployment of VoIP, video over IP technologies and services over converged wireless, wireline, and cable broadband networks. The association is comprised of service providers, solutions providers, systems integrators, and government agencies translating industry standards into revenue generating services. IPCC members develop simpler, more cost effective technical frameworks for converged services in wireline, cable, 3G, WiFi, and WiMAX networks. The IPCC continues the groundbreaking work of the International Softswitch Consortium (ISC) founded in 1998. For additional information visit www.packetcomm.org.
To set up a meeting with the Chairman & President of IPCC or one of their board members at the show contact: Manuel Vexler at 512-633-1328 or mvexler@PacketComm.Org. For additional information on the Internet Telephony Conference & Expo visit: http://www.tmcnet.com/voip/conference
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