12. Let’s Make SIP Geographic Redundancy Actually Work Well.
Presented by Mark Lindsey, ECG. Under the weight of new US Government rules requiring outage reporting, many VoIP carriers are thinking harder fault tolerance. Most carriers already have local redundancy, where mated pairs using an Active/Standby protocol provide protection against basic faults. But many are working toward geographic redundancy, where the active and the standby…Read More
7a. How the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) Impacts VoIP
Presented by Dan York, ISOC.Read More
14b. Panel Discussion: Achieving FoIP Interoperability in a SIP-based World
FoIP Panel presentation by Chris Wang, Sonus.Read More
14a. Panel Discussion: Achieving FoIP Interoperability in a SIP-based World.
FoIP Panel presentation by Mike Coffee, Commetrex.Read More
13. ISUP and SIP Interoperability – How to Bridge the Gap?
Presented by Manpreet Singh, iBasis.Read More
11. Interoperability of Secure Networks: Beyond SIPconnect
Presented by Eric Burger, Georgetown University. SIPconnect™ is an important step for connecting enterprises to the SIP-enabled voice-over-IP network. One advance of SIPconnect is it requires secure signaling, out of the box. However, there is no provision for secure media. Many enterprise applications for SIP require secure communications. This is more especially so for regulated…Read More
10. Achieving Redundancy in Comcast’s IMS Deployment
Presented by Carl Klatsky, Comcast Cable This session will discuss the successes and challenges encountered in acheiving redundancy in Comcast’s deployed IMS network. The presentation will review the architecture deployed, lab testing, and field challenges learned. The objective of the presentation is to share the lessons learned with the overall SIP community on a redundant…Read More
9. Large-Scale FoIP: Lessons Learned
Presented by Vincent Thomasset, Voxbone. In 2009, Voxbone started offering a hosted inbound FAX service. Like many operators in the industry, the company experienced a wide range of interoperability issues between Fax-over-IP and PSTN FAX equipment. This session will focus on Voxbone’s experience in supporting and troubleshooting their FoIP services. The discussion will explore specific…Read More
8. BOF: User Agent Configuration.
Presentation from BOF Leader Mary Barnes, Polycom, SIP Forum, IAB, and IETF.Read More
7. SIP and IPv6 – Can They Get Along?
Presented by Dan York, ISOC. With World IPv6 Launch happening June 6, 2012, production IPv6 network connectivity will be available to many more businesses and individuals. Major web sites and content providers will all enable IPv6 access to their content. Consumer electronics manufacturers are committing to providing IPv6-enabled devices. What does this mean for SIP-based…Read More