LTE - the future of IMS
Wednesday, May 26, 2010 • 11:00am ET | 8:00am PT
The world is going wireless. For many years we have been discussing mobile broadband and always-on services and applications. This is maturing to reality with new devices in different shapes and forms such as mobile devices, tablets and netbooks. The introduction of LTE (Long Term Evolution) is the technology behind the compelling user experience required for their success. New industry initiatives such as VoLTE and VoLGA are allowing for real-time multimedia communication yet there are many challenges for realizing this technology.
The webinar will discuss the future of voice and SMS services, supplementary and Advanced Services in the era of all IP mobile networks, network architecture issues and interconnectivity with Legacy and current 2G and 3G access.
Deployment challenges and migration solutions will be covered as well as LTE network elements with the underlying standard IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) network infrastructure and endpoint devices. Speakers will discuss the development tools required, from the basic building blocks of IMS protocol stacks to the intricate details of application deployment. IMS standardization and interoperability efforts to overcome growing complexities of this new network architecture will be discussed as well.
By attending this webinar, you will learn:
• LTE and IMS market and technology trends
• Challenges in building Next Generation core and endpoint devices
• Unique requirements for Voice over LTE
• RADVISION solutions for LTE networks
Who should attend:
• Developers, architects
• Product Managers
• CTOs, VP R&D
• Marketing executives
Segments – Core Network Devices, SBCs, Media Gateways, Media Servers, Terminal End Points, and any other device that can connect to NGN/IMS Networks
Head of IMS Segment
RADVISION Technology Business Unit
Sagi Subocki is a seasoned Product Manager with over 15 years of experience in software development, data communications and telecommunications. He specializes in IMS protocols and standards and spearheads RADVISION’s pioneering IMS product roadmap. Prior to joining RADVISION, Mr. Subocki served as Director of Marketing and Product Management at MTOT Insight, where he was responsible for strategic planning and implementation of the company’s product line. In addition, Mr. Subocki served in several key positions in Product Management and R&D at VocalTec, the pioneer of Voice over IP, where he contributed to the development of VoIP products and solutions from conceptualization to wide scale deployment.
Director of Product Management – Americas
Anatoli Levine is Director of Product Management - Americas at RADVISION, responsible for management of Technology Business Unit (TBU) product portfolio in the US as well as setting strategy and defining new directions for TBU products in Americas region. Prior to that, Levine lead technical team providing engineering services and support for RADVISION Technology products.
Since 2006, Levine is a President of International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium (IMTC) – an organization facilitating interoperable implementations of multimedia communication technologies based on open standards.
Levine holds Master of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Minsk Radio-Engineering Institute.
Community Developer 4GWE
Carl Ford is Co-Founder of Crossfire Media focused on the impact of communication technology on consumers and industry. Carl has been highlighting the key initiatives around the advances of the Commercial Internet since the beginning. From developing Product and service strategies to moderating meetings at ETSI, Carl’s 20+ years have always focused on the impact that service cost, regulatory and marketing issues have in rolling out new services.
As a community developer for Pulvermedia, Carl developed all of the VON Conference content. As an integral part of the IP Communications community, Carl has been instrumental in helping develop various trade organizations and has advised many companies on both strategic and technical issues to satisfy the needs of these company’s customers.