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October 05, 2006

Dialogic and Pactolus to Co-present SIP Session at IMS EXPO

By Mae Kowalke, TMCnet Associate Editor


The main goal of IMS is to provide ubiquitous access to all existing and future Internet services. A key objective toward reaching that goal is the adoption of SIP as a control protocol, thereby enabling immediate access to some of today’s most popular and fastest growing multimedia services.
SIP’s place in the IMS architecture is the topic of an aptly named session, “SIP’s Role in IMS,” at Internet Telephony Conference and EXPO West and IMS EXPO, co-located in San Diego October 10 through 13, 2006.
The session will be held October 11 from 1:00 to 1:45 p.m., and is open to all registered conference attendees. Among the presenters for the session are Ruben Martinez, Senior Systems Engineer at Dialogic (formerly Eicon Networks (News - Alert)); and Ken Osowski, VP Marketing & Product Management at Pactolus.
“SIP’s Role in IMS” will focus on the benefits SIP brings to IMS, including the flexibility to combine multiple services from different vendors to form new services. Attendees will learn how innovations in SIP-based applications allow IMS users to introduce new multimedia services to their customers.
Dialogic (News - Alert) and Pactolus also will be exhibiting at the show. Attendees can find out more about the companies by visiting their booths, #318 (IT EXPO) and #918 (IMS EXPO), respectively. For even more on the companies, check out their channels on TMCnet.com: IP Telephony (Dialogic) and Broadband Telephony (Pactolus).
Mae Kowalke previously wrote for Cleveland Magazine in Ohio and The Burlington Free Press in Vermont. To see more of her articles, please visit Mae Kowalke’s columnist page.

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