A short abstract (several paragraphs should do it). Please include a working title.
Contact information, including:
Name/Title, phone/fax numbers, e-mail and mailing addresses of the
proposed speaker AND
Name, phone/fax numbers, and e-mail address of the PR contact or
A biography of the proposed speaker.
Remember, NO SALES PITCHES are allowed. Speakers are expected to conform to TMC’s strict NO COMMERCIALISM policy. The Communications Developer Conference accepts only vendor-neutral proposals and presentations. If you have any questions, please contact Dave Rodriguez, Vice President, Publications, Conferences & Online Media at 203-852-6800 x146, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Communications Developer Conference focuses on educating those people interested in building the next generation of IP-based communications products and services. This event will have multiple concurrent tracks focusing on hardware and software development, SIP development, and other critical issues affecting our market. We ask that you tailor your presentations to one of the provided topics.
Of course, you are welcome to pitch ideas that do not appear on the following list as well.
Of course, you are welcome to pitch ideas that do not appear on the
list as well.
The hardware development track will focus on the following
Designing Applications Using DSPs
(Echo Cancellation/Vocoder Design)
Developing Applications Using Host Processing Instead
Designing Applications Using DSP Modules
Designing Applications Using DSP Resource Boards
Developing VoIP Devices
Next-Generation System on Chip Silicon
Open Source Design Considerations
Developing Wireless VoIP Solutions
Developing IMS-Compliant Gear
Developing Cable Telephony Solutions
Designing Consumer VoIP Products
Enabling Technology Shoot Out
Developing A Complete VoIP System
Building WiFi Telephony Devices
VoIP Enabling Legacy Products
Advanced TCA design considerations
Testing as part of the development process
The software development track will focus on the following
Basics Of Protocols - SIP/H.323/MGCP
All About Echo Cancellation, Compression And Silence Suppression
Introduction To The Softswitch Architecture
Introduction to Development Tools - What's Out There To Help Develop?
Designing Wireless VoIP Applications
Test Tools - How Do You Load Test This Stuff?
The Role of Open Source in
Developing VoIP Solutions
Developing IP PBX Applications
Developing Hosted Telephony Applications
Developing Linux Telephony Applications
SIP (How Does It Work - Where Does It Fit
- Developing SIP Solutions, Diagnostic Tools, Support Tools, Using Stacks)
Developing Peer To Peer IP Telephony Applications
Developing Next-Generation Network Applications
Designing High-Quality Voice Applications
Developing Applications Utilizing Presence and Availability
Peer to Peer
Service Oriented Architecture
We appreciate your interest in the Communications Developer Conference, and your decision to submit a proposal. The selection process will be completed by Friday, February 9, 2007 , at which time only those whose proposals have been selected will be notified. Please be advised that we receive many applications for speaking opportunities and cannot accommodate all requests. Also please be aware that many of our sessions may be presented in a panel format and/or may feature multiple speakers. The decision to feature multiple speakers in any session is at the sole discretion of conference organizers.