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12a. SIPNOC 2016 NNI Super-Session – Part One

Presented by John Barnhill, GENBAND. The IP-Network to Network Interface (NNI) Joint Task Force is a cooperative effort between the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) and the SIP Forum that has been meeting regularly to define specifications to support SIP-based Service Provider to Service Provider IP Interconnection. The Task Force is comprised of telecommunications…

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11. Call Validation Display Framework

Presented by Richard Shockey, Shockey Consulting and SIP Forum. The IETF STIR proposal envisions a method by which operators can assert the origin and validity of calls using E.164 numbers between service providers. There is a strong desire to take the Call Validation data from the terminating service and display it, in some useable manner,…

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10. Enhanced CNAM

Presented by Hala Mowafy, Ericsson. Enhanced Calling Name (eCNAM) is an NGN call management service that overcomes the limitations of classic circuit switched CNAM. eCNAM delivers a full length name, up to 35 characters, and could provide additional information about the caller in a SIP Call-Info header. Additional information obtained from authoritative databases could assist…

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09. SIPNOC 2016 Keynote Address: New Frontiers in Multimedia Communications

Presented by Dr. Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University. While SIP-based communications is still dominated by voice and conference-style video, new challenges and opportunities are emerging. This keynote addresses four related topics: 1. Phone numbers are no longer the dominant communication identifiers, but no viable alternative has emerged. How should we find, identify and discover participants? 2.…

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08. Trends in Hosted Voice and Operational Considerations for Service Providers

Presented by Dave Walters, BroadSoft. Businesses are increasingly selecting hosted voice services. Understand how the growth of hosted voice impacts the delivery of existing services such as SIP trunking and commonly bundled services such as IP access and network services. Learn about the operational impact of delivering hosted voice services, especially with respect to traditional…

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07. Header Compression in a Software Defined Network

Presented by William Flanagan, Flanagan Consulting. Streaming media in the form of video dominates Internet traffic at times and is forecast to grow particularly quickly on mobile devices where bandwidth is limited on the Radio Access Network. Adding voice connections to packet networks is well underway and several organizations explicitly work toward dismantling the circuit-switched…

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06. What We Learned Launching Primo (A Viral OTT Using SIP & WebRTC)

Presented by Marc Abrams, Primo. There are many successful commercial voice services based on SIP, but they are definitely not mobile-optimized and most are actually mobile-unfriendly. As an MVNO, our goal was to launch an over-the-top (OTT) service to extend our innovative Ultra Mobile calling plans to a much wider audience in the US and…

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05. The Liberty Global Approach to Making SIP Work for Business

Presented by Theo van den Berg, Liberty Global and Andreas Granig, SIPwise. When deploying a Global business communication solution together with Sipwise, Liberty Global faced a number of interoperability challenges to be tackled. IP Phones, Mobile Apps, IP PBXs and Trunk Gateway devices all need to be remotely configured in a secure and automated way…

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03. Striking a Balance for Real Time Communications

Presented by James Rafferty, Dialogic. SIP and other forms of real time communications have dramatically changed how service providers build their networks. But such networks have special requirements and SIP is not just another IP protocol. Components such as load balancers can help service providers to meet their needs for enhanced scalability and resiliency, but…

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