SIPNOC 2015 Conference Schedule
8. VoLTE and the Impact of its Evolution. Presented by Manpreet Singh, iBasis.
Even though IMS has been deployed across many networks, it’s been limited to the fixed space. With the evolution of LTE, mobile operators started converting their core to support IMS-based services including VoLTE, Vilte and RCS-like services. VoLTE itself has many models, which poses challenges for operators and carriers to support. GSMA and 3GPP have…Read More
7. Seeing the Big Picture: Using Smart Analytics and Cloud Computing to Make Sense of Big Data.
Presented by Monear Jalal, Edgewater Networks. Data gleaned from the network can be is rich and abundant. The larger network footprint, the greater the amount of data that is generated and collected. The problem arises when the data collected is not the right type of data or the ability to analyze it in a meaningful…Read More
6. What does the Internet have to do with it? Security, Governance, and Policy in the Brave New Worl
Presented by Eric Burger, Georgetown University.Read More
5. SIP Marketplace Ecosystem Health Check. Presented by Bruce Page, Current Analysis.
This session complements the SIPNOC technical program with a review of the current and near-future state of the SIP market ecosystem. Technical standards and interoperability testing are the foundation for SIP’s further development as the basis for next-generation communications products and services. This session will review the drivers and barriers to SIP adoption in carrier…Read More
4. The SIPconnect Certification Testing Program Primer.
Presented by Robert Kinder, Cox Communications; and Tim Carlin, University of New Hampshire Interoperability Laboratory. This session will provide an overview of the new SIPconnect 1.1 certification testing program nearing completion by the SIP Forum and the UNH-IOL. In addition, the session will provide a step-by-step review of the process prospective participating companies will encounter…Read More
3. An Examination of the Next Iteration of the SIPconnect Technical Recommendation.
Presented by Andrew Hutton, Unify, and Spencer Dawkins, Huawei and the SIP Forum. The recently formed SIPconnect 2.0 Task Group will produce a SIP Forum SIPconnect 2.0 recommendation that defines a common set of implementation rules for implementers who desire to interface an IP PBX with a SIP-enabled service provider. The recommendation(s) will specify which…Read More
2. You Could be Under Fire and Not Even Know It. Presented by Michael Reiman, Edgewater Networks.
SIP attacks are the dirty little secret that no wants to talk about. Or is it that most don’t even know it’s happening to them? While nearly all networks are protected by a firewall and security protocols that are set up to protect the network from intrusion, that may be the only line of defense.…Read More
1. SIP/TCP Tastes Great, But is it Less Filling? Presented by Russ Penar, Centurylink.
VoIP Service Providers often encounter legitimate reasons to consider using TCP (instead of UDP) for CPE SIP signal transport. If your CPE may send SIP packets over 1500 bytes (e.g. BLF scenarios), if you’re planning for enthusiastic sales forecasts and wondering how you’ll cost-effectively handle Registrations Per Second (RPS) at your access SBC(s), if you’re…Read More
10. IETF/Standards Update. Presented by Mary Barnes, MLB@Realtime Communications and SIP Forum.
This session provides an overview of current SIP and related standards activities underway in the IETF. Conferees will come away with insight into future network and endpoint functionality, as well as understand the process for evolving and developing SIP and other Real-time Applications and Infrastructure protocols.Read More