Internet Telephony VoIP Conference & Expo
FEBRUARY 22-25 2005 IN MIAMI, FL
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VoIP Peering Summit: an essential part of VoIP 2.0
This largely misunderstood shift in telecom has potential to change the way VoIP works. Peering is the concept of interconnecting networks allowing IP and subsequently, VoIP traffic to be carried between service providers and companies without the need to pay a middle-man, or in this case, an additional ‘long-distance’ service provider. By using session border controllers placed neatly between the service providers, you can provide a ‘translation service’ between your caller and the recipient who uses a different provider. The new VoIP Peering Summit at Internet Telephony Conference & EXPO explains both the network and business process implications of peering.


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VoIP Peering Summit
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The State of VoIP Peering
(VPS-01)
Tuesday - 02/22/05,  12:00-12:45pm

Presented By Hunter Newby, Chief Strategy Officer, telx

This session will serve as an overview and an introduction to the inaugural VoIP Peering Summit. The presenter will review the state of VoIP Peering today. He will give history, analogies, and examples of what is happening in the industry to support the claim that voice peering exists and is having a significant impact on the economics of communications. He will stress that cost savings and not “technology -for- technology’s - sake” is driving VoIP implementation.


The Future of Enterprise Network Peering
(VPS-02)
Tuesday - 02/22/05,  1:00-1:45pm

Moderated By Hunter Newby, Chief Strategy Officer, telx
Featuring: Shrihari Pandit, CEO & Founder, Stealth Communications
Akif Arsoy, Product Manager, VeriSign

This panel discussion will take a close hard look at what VoIP Peering is and where it is headed. The conversation will center on the future of VoIP peering, and will take into account a number of other discussion topics including: • VoIP versus VoPI; • Connecting private networks at Layer 2; • Connecting public networks at Layer 5; • Centralized and distributed ENUM registries; • Equipment deployed and services utilized as of Q1, 2005; and more.


(VPS-03)
Tuesday - 02/22/05,  2:00-2:45pm

Presented By Steve Heap, CTO, Arbinet

VoIP services are finally leaving initial trial stages, and reaching production maturity on many fronts. This session takes the next step in the VoIP Peering Summit and looks at the VoIP interface between carrier networks, and the developments needed to displace PSTN hand-off with native VoIP peering. It will review border control architectures and industry initiatives to develop scalable models for VoIP interconnection, and compare this to other interconnection practices such as Internet peering.


(VPS-04)
Tuesday - 02/22/05,  3:00-3:45pm

Presented By Jim Dalton, CEO, TransNexus

For the most part, interconnect among VoIP networks is accomplished through PSTN interconnect. There is as yet no clear model for how VoIP networks will interconnect directly in the future. However there are competing business models and technologies, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. The objective of the presentation is to understand the market drivers which determine how networks interconnect and then use this information in a simple framework to understand how the interconnect models compare and which if any models become widely adopted.


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