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Welcome to Hosted VoIP
(HC-01)

Wednesday - 09/17/08,  9:00-9:45am

In the new converged communications environment, enterprises may select a hybrid of premises-based and network-hosted capabilities — and, in turn, some or all of these capabilities may be managed by a third-party provider. This session will help attendees sort out the professional services options available for basic and advanced communications capabilities, and will give them an idea of how to assemble them into a complete solution.

Presented by:

Scott Dike
Product Manager
8x8 Inc
Eric Thomas
President & CEO
FreedomVOICE Systems

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Deploying Hosted VoIP
(HC-02)

Wednesday - 09/17/08,  10:00-10:45am

Many people run for cover when they hear the words “Hosted PBX,” “IP Centrex,” and most of all, the big bad “VoIP.” Like children afraid of the monster in the closet, they simply close their eyes and hope it will soon go away. But the good news is (and it really IS good news), these technologies are gaining momentum rapidly. And every day, more and more businesses of all sizes are discovering that the big scary monster is their new technological best friend. In this presentation, the speakers will address the benefits of deploying increasingly popular technologies.

Presented by:

Mahesh Paolini-Subramanya
CTO
Vocalocity
Bob Paulsen
CEO
Unity Business Networks
Matt Jordan
Business Development Manager, Skype for Business
Skype
Peter Radizeski (Moderator)
President
RAD-INFO, Inc.

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Delivering on the Promise of Hosted VoIP
(HC-03)

Wednesday - 09/17/08,  11:00-11:45am

Since the first publications and tradeshows emerged in 1997 to address voice telephony there has been an incredible surge of positive hype followed by negative hype. The purpose of this session is to break through the hype and put a finger on what is really happening in the world of hosted VoIP and IP Centrex. The speakers will address a number of issues including the current state of Consumer and Enterprise VoIP; why triple play is gaining market share without capitalizing on the potential of the technology; the innovations in technology and market dynamics could lead to more service provider successes, and more.

Presented by:

Mark Castleman
Founder & CEO
Vobi
Micah Singer
CEO
VoIP Logic

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Open Source Options for Hosted Voice
(HC-04)

Wednesday - 09/17/08,  12:45-1:30pm

Many new service providers have successfully leveraged Asterisk to rapidly and cost-effectively offer voice services to both consumers and enterprises. However, with their success, many are now running into issues scaling their network and operations to meet the needs of their expanding customer base. This session will use case studies with issue analysis via panel discussion. This is truly a can’t miss opportunity for attendees to learn more about the intersection of open source and hosted VoIP.

Presented by:

Nick Thwaites
CEO
Braxtel Communications
Josh Ploude

TNCI

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Future of Hosted Telephony
(HC-05)

Wednesday - 09/17/08,  1:45-2:30pm

As the Internet era and phone services collide, service providers need to position themselves now for host services that business and residential end-users will demand in the not-too-distant future. Telecom architectures and technologies such as IMS, MMTel and Rich Communications are poised to enable improved user experiences with capabilities such as IM, presence and video across devices. And with the advent of Web 2.0 apps, the long tail approach to services might ultimately prove the key differentiator among service providers. We will examine what’s real and what’s fiction in the future of hosted telephony and what preparations are necessary to be tomorrow’s service provider.

Presented by:

David Bukovsky
VP of Product Management
BroadSoft

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