Internet Telephony VoIP Conference & Expo
FEBRUARY 22-25 2005 IN MIAMI, FL
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IP Contact Center Summit Resellers Enterprise/Government VoIP VoIP Developer Service Providers

VoIP 2.0 for Developers
Open source telephony solutions are flourishing from the service provider to the enterprise. Behind the scenes, more and more service providers are using Digium's Asterisk to run their operations and support thousands of customers. Enterprise users are in the testing phase now and word is the early adopters are thrilled with Asterisk. INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO Miami 2004 features a New workshop focused on helping developers take advantage of this platform to create new high-demand VoIP applications.


Join us February 22-25 in Miami and experience our invaluable conference
sessions yourself!


Developer Sessions
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IP Telephony Development Track

SIP Workshop

Open Source Telephony Workshop

 

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High Availability In Next-Generation IP Telephony Application Development

(D-01)
Wednesday - 02/23/05,  10:15-11:00am

Presented By: Dr. Manfred Reitenspiess, Director Business Development RTP 4 Continuous Services, Fujitsu Siemens Computers
Bill Swortwood, Motorola, Inc.

VoIP must provide the same level of quality as traditional, circuit switched telephone lines. Service availability is critical for the perceived quality of VoIP. Hence a high degree of availability is a design goal for IP telephony applications and the underlying network elements. Implementing highly available applications and the corresponding network nodes is a challenging task and needs to be supported by adequate tools and run-time environments in a standardized way. Come see examples for the type of support needed such as clustering or checkpointing, specifically Linux clusters. A number of foundational characteristics of Linux clusters are needed to support the carrier-grade levels of availability and scalability in Internet telephony. You’ll also get a look at Service Availability Forum standards like AIS and HPI.

 
How New VoIP Silicon Will Transform IP-PBX Architecture

(D-02)
Wednesday - 02/23/05,  11:15-12:00pm

Presented By: Michel Laurence, Chief Executive Officer, Otasic

Early Voice over packet (VoP) silicon enabled gateway equipment vendors to bring packet voice to network infrastructures. Now, as VoP has become a reality, next-gen System-on-Chip (SoC) silicon must be developed to push that envelope further, allowing access equipment vendors to deliver optimized architectures for both legacy voice and new services. This session will discuss VoP architecture design challenges, including space and power concerns, and how next-gen silicon can address those concerns. Get solutions to those challenges using SoC silicon that permits ease of integration, lower power and uses less space. Finally, you’ll learn how variable density SoC devices can revolutionize voice gateways by allowing equipment vendors to use a single device to develop across many gateway platforms.

 
VoIP Enabling Legacy Products

(D-03)
Wednesday - 02/23/05,  1:00-1:45pm

Presented By: David Duffet, Aculab

Thousands of businesses are faced with the issue that their current telephony hardware works well but cannot connect to VoIP networks where they hear there are potentially huge savings to be made. Should they throw their old systems in the trash can and replace them with new VoIP enabled equipment? What if you could seamlessly add VoIP connectivity to your current system, the one everyone knows and feels comfortable with? Well, truth is, you can! (incorporating open standards as well.) This session pushes aside the hype to expose the simple truth that adding gateway functionality to traditional TDM telephony products can lead to a quick and economical solution. The principles and practice of gateways are explained and advice is given to those considering this kind of implementation.

 
Residential Gateway Design

(D-04)
Wednesday - 02/23/05,  2:00-2:45pm

Presented By: Hamish Dobson, Communications & Product Marketing Manager, PMC Sierra
Jonathan Peace, Chief Technology Officer, Mindspeed

Residential-class voice gateways are a key component in the delivery of PSTN-replacement VoIP services. The challenge is to meet the requirement to provide toll-quality voice while also meeting the aggressive cost points of customer premise equipment. This presentation will discuss the various trade-offs that equipment designers must wrestle with when defining and designing residential-class voice gateways such as: voice quality and robustness; the number of channels and type of codecs; and additional voice processing features. Come to this session to learn more about the design of these key components.

 
Quality of Service in VoIP Network Deployment

(D-05)
Wednesday - 02/23/05,  3:00-4:00pm

Presented By: Einar Aaland, Founder & CEO, SX Design
Sid Nag, Chief Executive Officer, Prominence Networks

Quality of service management should be a component of any network that carries real-time applications such as Voice over IP and IP Video. Having a clear understanding of network performance from a QoS standpoint, in both preparation for implementing real-time applications and ongoing network operation, is essential. This session will explore QoS from the customer’s point of view beginning with explaining basic QoS measurements such as network latency, jitter and packet loss. The effect of these network anomalies on real-time applications will be explored. Methodologies of QoS measurement will be discussed as well.

 
SIP Today: A Look at the Current State of the Standard

(SIP-01)
Thursday - 02/24/05,  8:15-9:00am

Presented By: Amnon Gavish, Vice President, RADVISION

This session will serve as an introduction to and a look at the current state of the session initiation protocol (SIP). The presenter will provide a basic overview of SIP and its specific applications (as well as strengths and weaknesses) for VoIP. The session will then cover the many developments regarding SIP, speaking to all the significant changes in the latest available versions. SIP has numerous advantages over other, competing protocols, but of course faces some basic challenges as well.

 
SIP: Overcoming Implementation Challenges

(SIP-02)
Thursday - 02/24/05,  1:00-1:45pm

Presented By: Andy Huckridge, Product Marketing Manager of IP Telephony, Spirent Communications

As service providers begin real-life implementations of SIP networks and products, they are faced with numerous issues including interoperability and quality of service to name just a few. The presenter will provide example of real life implementations of SIP networks and products. He will illustrate with examples things that work and areas which still require industry effort. In addition, he will identify and address the challenges that vendors and service providers face as the deploy SIP networks. This session will be interactive and provide the audience an opportunity to ask questions and get honest answers from third-party unbiased experts about SIP network and product implementation.

 
Security Vulnerabilities With SIP

(SIP-03)
Thursday - 02/24/05,  2:00-2:45pm

Presented By: Mark Collier, CTO & VP of Engineering, SecureLogix Corporation

SIP is generally viewed as the protocol of choice for VoIP. SIP promises interoperability between vendors and an underlying foundation upon which new applications and services can be provided. SIP however provides very limited inherent security. SIP introduces new vulnerabilities, which can only be partially addressed with security overlays. Some of the inherent issues that will be discussed include: Registration Hijacking; Proxy Impersonation; SIP Message Tampering; Session Tear Down; Denial of Service (DoS); and more. Come to this session to learn more about this critical issue.

 
SIP & VoIP Network Design

(SIP-04)
Thursday - 02/24/05,  3:00-3:45pm

Presented By: Lathan Lewis, Design Architect, Nortel Networks

SIP is becoming the backbone for interpersonal interactive communications in today’s enterprise converged networks. As organizations become more distributed and their communication requirements become more diverse, real-time contact between individuals is becoming exponentially more complicated. During this session, you will learn how SIP is changing the game and transforming communications. Uncover the real benefits of SIP-based applications like instant messaging, Web collaboration, and presence by taking a look at real-life case studies. Discover what is required to get your network ready for a new generation of SIP-based multimedia applications, and gain tips for overcoming some of the common pitfalls.

 
Empowering Carriers With SIP-Based Service Creation

(SIP-05)
Thursday - 02/24/05,  4:00-4:45pm

Presented By: Jeff Liebl, Vice President of Marketing, Ubiquity

As support for SIP continues to grow, creation of SIP-based services becomes a key element for developers to focus on as they scramble for market leadership. This session will provide a close look at examples of promising enterprise, wireless, and wireline applications of SIP, including Push-to-Talk, Infotainment (Infochannel), and the like. The speaker will also focus on the promising wireless applications enabled by SIP as well as the technology and market challenges facing the SIP community.

 
Traversing the Firewall For SIP Call Completion

(SIP-06)
Friday - 02/25/05,  8:15-9:00am

Presented By: Steve Johnson, President, Ingate Systems
Jim Greenway, Vice President of Marketing, Kagoor Networks

Real-time person-to-person communications are fast becoming a critical communications tool for enterprises of all sizes. With the standardization of SIP as the Internet protocol for applications such as VoIP, instant messaging, presence, and increasingly video, businesses are eager to adapt their existing hardware to accept SIP quickly, cost-effectively and securely. Traversing the firewall is a tricky proposition when integrating SIP into any enterprise. There are a number of solutions available, but not every solution is right for every network. This session will discuss various solutions for traversing the firewall for SIP-based communications; the challenges of bringing SIP to every enterprise; VoIP security issues; and more.

 
Uncovering a Business Model For SIP Services

(SIP-07)
Friday - 02/25/05,  12:30-1:15pm

Presented By: Kevin Klett, Vice President Product Management, ACME Packet, Inc.
Brandon Weilbacher, Director of Product Management, Epygi

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) services present providers with many new revenue opportunities. But what is the key to attaining profitability? This session will discuss the following: • What are service infrastructure architecture, product and operational support requirements • What is the business model for the services being offered? • How are services best marketed, sold and supported? Attend this session to learn more about SIP business models and what SIP means to you.

 
SIP Over WLAN: Unwiring the Enterprise

(SIP-08)
Friday - 02/25/05,  1:30-2:15pm

Presented By: Arjun Roychowdhury, Product Manager, Hughes Software Systems

With advancement in WiFi technology, in terms of QoS, security, and reduction in equipment cost, enterprises have started evaluating WLAN for supporting voice services. A majority of the solutions available in the market today use SIP to support enterprise voice services. The presentation highlights how SIP-based WLAN in enterprises will evolve and the various challenges that enterprises will face and the technical architecture to address these challenges.

 
SIP-Based Control for Legacy Infrastructure

(SIP-09)
Friday - 02/25/05,  2:30-3:15pm

Presented By: David Cohen, Product Manager, CPT International
Mary Rayburn, CPT International

SIP is commonly associated with connecting end-to-end VoIP calls, however the ability to initiate multimedia user sessions from the application layer allows SIP to be used in environments alongside traditional telephony components. SIP can, in fact, be used as a more cost-effective means of integrating application servers to TDM-based call infrastructure with the added benefit of allowing a standards-based approach. SIP’s advantages are not limited to facilitating direct calling via VoIP; it offers a valuable standards-based alternative to managing call control of voice applications without incurring the excess cost and hassle of including extraneous DSP boards in your platform architecture.

 
SIP's Role in Open Source

(OS-01)
Tuesday - 02/22/05,  12:00-1:45pm

Open Source — software where the source code is available for anyone to improve or modify —has the potential to change the telecom landscape forever. Already Linux has made huge headway into this market, and the advent of Open Source has caused quite a stir. Developers need to know what is available in the Open Source marketplace and how best to leverage the freedom inherent in a distributed community of programmers to amend and adapt code for their VoIP development needs. This session will address the role of SIP and what it means to Open Source.

 
Open Source Round Table

(OS-02)
Tuesday - 02/22/05,  2:00-3:45pm

Presented By: Mark Spencer, President, Digium

This group discussion will zero in on the current state of Open Source telephony; what it means, where it stands, and where this segment of the market is headed. Thought leaders from a number of influential Open Source factions will share their insights with the audience. Attendees can expect a frank conversation, and will leave this session with a thorough understanding of Open Source and its role in the future of IP Telephony.

 
Linux for Embedded Systems and Development

(OS-03)
Tuesday - 02/22/05,  4:00-4:45pm

Presented By: Ed Bizari, Director of Business Planning, Performance Technologies

As with any technology element, subsequent product generations typically yield performance, size, integration or cost advantages. This is often driven by the silicon devices used to define the product. Key to leveraging the advances in silicon has been the equal advances in embedded software. A leading element is the ongoing growth and maturity of Linux as a fully functional and flexible operating system environment, as well as a configurable environment for embedded systems. The performance and integrated benefits of contemporary silicon devices coupled with the functionality and cost benefits of Linux are providing embedded developers with options never before available.

 
DUNDI & ENUM: Discord or Harmony?

(OS-04)
Tuesday - 02/22/05,  5:00-5:45pm

Presented By: Tom Kershaw, VP of VoIP Services, VeriSign
Mark Spencer, President, Digium

DUNDi is a peer-to-peer system for locating Internet gateways to telephony services. Unlike traditional centralized services (such as the simple and concise ENUM standard), DUNDi is fully-distributed with no centralized authority whatsoever. But are these two solutions complementary or competitive in nature? And how will they work to shape the future of VoIP and SIP number mapping? Attend this session to learn about the work being done in this forward-looking corner of the VoIP realm and how it promises to affect our growing young industry.


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