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

Increased adoption of VoIP technology by carriers, and its integration within different segments of the telco business, has seen the emergence of VoIP islands globally. Service providers must interconnect their networks with partner networks for exchange of voice traffic. Session/border controllers are designed to allow VoIP carriers to interconnect carrier, enterprise, and residential networks at the IP layer. These network elements are key to NAT and firewall traversal, along with resolving interoperability, interworking, and security requirements critical for large-scale deployments of VoIP. Internet Telephony Conference & EXPO is proud to present a group of the industry’s leading experts discussing session border control and the importance of this technology to the future of VoIP.


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Session Border Control
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SIP & MGCP NAT Traversal for Feature Servers
(SP-03)
Wednesday - 02/23/05,  1:00-1:45pm

Presented By: Glen Gerhard, VP of Product Management, Sansay

The Class-5 softswitch/feature server market is taking off due to the wide range of intelligent features that can be delivered via low cost servers and IADs. But how can service providers extend their reach beyond the confines of their local networks? The issue of firewalls and NAT traversal has come front and center for these carriers who have already invested in the infrastructure for their subscribers and now want to reach a wider subscriber base. They may also wish to provide the subscribers with a PC soft client option used for accessing their phones service while roaming the world. These key business objectives are barred by the ubiquitous use of firewalls and NAT devices. This session will discuss the available technology that will allow service providers to overcome these hurdles.

 
Session Border Control Shootout (Panel Discussion)
(SP-04)
Wednesday - 02/23/05,  2:00-4:00pm

Presented By: Jim Greenway, Vice President of Marketing, Kagoor Networks
James Rafferty, Senior Product Manager, Brooktrout Technology
Konstantin Nikashov, Chief Executive Officer, Mera Networks
Glen Gerhard, VP of Product Management, Sansay
Micaela Giuhat, AVP Global Alliances, Netrake
Kevin Klett, VP Product Management, ACME Packet, Inc.
Kaushik Patel, Director of Marketing, MediaRing

Increased adoption of VoIP technology by carriers, and its integration within different segments of the telco business, has seen the emergence of VoIP islands globally. Service providers must interconnect their networks with partner networks for exchange of voice traffic. Session/border controllers are designed to allow VoIP carriers to inter-connect carrier, enterprise, and residential networks at the IP layer. These network elements are key to NAT and firewall traversal, along with resolving interoperability, interworking and security requirements critical for large-scale deployments of VoIP. This panel discussion will feature the industry’s experts discussing the current state of session border control.

 

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