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SIP IIR telecom conference

  1. 1. The first telecoms event dedicated exclusively to SIP16-18 March 2009 • Kempinski Hotel Bristol, BerlinWHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND? Key Industry Speakers Establish how to optimise SIP Wulf Bauerfeld, Executive Consultant, trunking business models and Deutsche Telekom enhance value adds Nuno Silva, Head of Unit – SIP & IMS Service Layer, Portugal Telecom Understand how to develop Luis Angel Galindo, Founder & Chairman WIMS2.0, profitable mass market Telefónica SIP services Dr Günther Pospischil, Mobile Service Network – Learn how SIP and IMS are being Head of Architecture Services Projects, used to develop innovative and mobilkom austria convergent business applications Roberto Gavazzi, TLC Project Manager, Telecom Italia Take part in key industry discussions on how to improve Alex Rootham, Senior Network Architect, Telus Canada the interoperability of SIP Professor Thomas Magedanz, Head of NGN Department, Fraunhofer Fokus Romain Testard, Infrastructure DevelopmentPost-Conference Workshop Specialist, BTWednesday 18th March 2009 Maziar Nadjm, Community Product Manager, BSKYBUnderstanding how to Sean O Sullivan, CTO, DIAL2DO Christian Stredicke, CEO, SNOMoptimise SIP trunking Zoltan Herzegh, Technical Product Manager,with SIP connect Business VoIP, TeliaSoneraWorkshop led by: SIP Forum John Moroney, Director, OctegraHow Do You Register?Call: +44 (0)20 7017 7483Email: registrations@iir-telecoms.com Researched & Produced By:Web: www.iir-conferences.com/sip
  2. 2. 16-18 March 2009 • Kempinski Hotel Bristol,Conference Day One • Monday 16th March 09 Examining how to manage the incompatibility of SIP with other common multimedia standards including Adobe Flash09.00 Registration and Coffee and Windows Multimedia Speaker to be confirmed.09.25 Welcome Address Please visit www.iir-conferences.com/sip for updates Nicola Maci-Friedmann 12.20 Understanding how the new wave of Voice2.0 Conference Producer players are using SIP for fun and profit IIR Telecoms & Technology Evaluating how SIP is being used by today’s innovative09.30 Opening Remarks From The Chair voice startups Determining how SIP is being used and deployed09.40 Speed Networking - is this mainly for consumers, enterprises or both?09.50 Understanding how Telus’ IMS team is using SIP Outlining the roadmap for these innovative SIP services as IMS becomes more prevalent for operators to build its Next Generation environment Sean O Sullivan Exploring Telus’ operational experiences of SIP and IMS CTO Bringing new applications into an IMS lab environment DIAL2DO Managing the practicalities of dealing with VPNs, NATs and firewalls in an IMS lab 13.00 Lunch Overcoming the challenges associated with SIP and IMS when team members have different levels of understanding 14.10 Understanding how to develop and integrate a of the standards used SIP-based multimedia conferencing platform Determining how SIP fits into the Telco2.0 picture Building an IMS-based application server and intelligent voice Alex Rootham server to enable multimedia conferencing over SIP Senior Network Architect Establishing how SIP can provide scalability and optimal Telus Canada performance for audio conferencing services - why is this more effective than other methods?10.30 Leveraging open APIs to attract SIP developers on Safeguarding service levels by primarily using the TDM to your network network with IP gateways Evaluating the commercial benefits of developing a truly open - enhancing QoS by using wideband codex API environment for SIP developers - using local networks for conferencing traffic Attracting developers that can provide click-to-dial, real time Romain Testard multimedia services and online networking communities Infrastructure Development Specialist - will SIP developers prefer to go Over The Top (OTT)? BT (Awaiting final confirmation) Examining the status of the ongoing industry work to form an 14.50 Enhancing your SIP trunking offers with alliance of operator APIs to improve application development innovative VAS processes and interworking - programming interfaces and libraries Understanding how to segment your business customer base Dr Günther Pospischil and determining their technical and commercial requirements Mobile Service Network – Establishing how to provide access from home to the full Head of Architecture Services Projects range of communication services that are received at work mobilkom austria Developing disaster recovery features that include voicemail Determining whether multimedia conferencing capabilities11.10 Morning Refreshments can add value to your SIP trunking offer11.40 Evolving SIP to effectively manage multimedia Zoltan Herzegh messaging and services Technical Product Manager, Business VoIP TeliaSonera Managing the challenges associated with the lack of SIP maturity when deploying multimedia messaging and 15.30 Evaluating the role of SIP in the WIMS2.0 Initiative video streaming Pinpointing the necessary SIP requirements to ensure Luis Angel Galindo late addition end-to-end connectivity for multimedia services Founder & Chairman WIMS2.0 case study Telefónica Determining which codex compression rates in the SIP invite will enable optimal quality 16.10 Afternoon RefreshmentsTo Register Please Call: +44 (0) 20 7017 7483 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7017 7825
  3. 3. Berlin 16.50 Examining how IMS and SIP services can offer Building a language and database for effective M2M value to businesses and corporate networks communication Identifying the services and applications that can offer real value Wulf Bauerfeld to your business customers Executive Consultant Examining the benefits of connecting SIP enabled corporate Deutsche Telekom networks to an IMS infrastructure - how can an IMS-based proposition offer additional benefits 10.20 Analysing the future of PBX – a perspective from that are not provided by unified communication servers and a handset developer SIP trunking? Evaluating the role of the PBX in terms of operator strategy and Assessing the features and capabilities of deploying virtual customer satisfaction PBXs for enterprise customers - do customers want the PBX to remain in their premises? - convergent applications and services, including FMC, - does it matter if the PBX is local or hosted? presence and messaging - should operators invest resources into developing a PBX strategy? - innovative enterprise applications Determining the pros and cons of peer-to-peer media relay Roberto Gavazzi Overcoming the challenges associated with SIP phones TLC Project Manager Developing services with other standards when it is necessary Telecom Italia - XMPP and HTTP Understanding how to integrate mobile phones and ATAs 17.30 Developing strategies to radically improve QoS for Optimising QoS for SIP trunking SIP trunks - VLAN Examining and managing the difficulties associated with the - IPv6 - VPN Interactive Panel lack of service quality standardisation for SIP trunks - MPLS Determining how to measure and evaluate QoS levels for SIP trunking traffic and achieve carrier grade quality Christian Stredicke Understanding the steps that can be taken to develop CEO accountable SLAs between carriers for SIP trunks SNOM Considering cost and quality when deciding whether to use the 11.00 Morning Refreshments PSTN or MPLS networks to carry SIP trunks Panellists will be drawn from the speakers of the day 11.30 Leveraging SIP to exercise call cost control Determining how to achieve an ROI from SIP networks 18.00 Chair’s Summary of the Day Using SIP to control how calls are set up and managed 18.10 Followed by Networking Drinks - avoiding legacy infrastructure and the PSTN Establishing how to control codex choices and bandwidth for both data and voice traffic - enabling higher volumes of traffic at reduced costs Conference Day Two • Tuesday 17th March 09 Benefiting from some of the IMS components that enable a single view of the customer to ensure optimal quality for high 09.00 Registration and Coffee value segments - carrying out cost quality routing 09.30 Opening Remarks From The Chair Speaker to be confirmed. 09.40 Evaluating the potential for using SIP as the Please visit www.iir-conferences.com/sip for updates main protocol for Machine-To-Machine 12.10 Understanding how BSKYB is using SIP to develop (M2M) communication innovative community-based services Determining whether SIP is the most appropriate protocol to Maziar Nadjm manage M2M communication considering - resource intensive messages Community Product Manager late addition BSKYB case study - coding, encryption and security - compatibility and interoperability with vendors and 12.50 Lunch service providers Establishing how to embed SIP in the small systems or devices 14.00 Benchmarking the end-to-end performance of SIP used for M2M communication services and infrastructure Developing best practice for naming and numbering M2M Evaluating the different methods available to test the systems and devices over SIP performance of SIP services and infrastructure - balancing the scalability of the solution with the costs Visit: www.iir-conferences.com/sip Email: registrations@iir-telecoms.com
  4. 4. Post-Forum Workshop Wednesday 18th March 2009 Understanding Assessing and comparing the service levels and performance of SIP-based components, SIP applications and SIP servers how to optimise Carrying out interoperability testing of proprietary standards and SIP extensions SIP trunking with Professor Thomas Magedanz Head of NGN Department Fraunhofer Fokus SIP connect14.40 Examining the latest developments around the SIP-I Workshop led by: SIP Forum protocol that enable efficient IP interworking for mobile traffic 09.30 Registrations and Coffee Replacing the existing ISUP protocol to enable the efficient routing of mobile circuit switch based traffic over core networks 10.00 Opening Remarks and Introduction: using IP The Why and What of SIPconnect Establishing how to switch traffic from the mobile circuit switch on to the IP backbone and then back again whilst ensuring 10.20 The SIP Trunking Value Proposition optimal service quality Analysing the results of the GSMA SIP-I project’s recent 11.00 SIPconnect Compliance interoperability tests between different vendor softswitches Process Overview Evaluating the role of SIP-I in the GSMA’s IPX initiative Topics include Speaker to be confirmed. A Discussion of the Application Please visit www.iir-conferences.com/sip for updates Process The Compliance Survey15.20 Afternoon Refreshments License Agreement Overview15.40 Developing Strategies for SIP-Based Discussion of the Certification Unified Communications Committee Defining Unified Communication and the business benefits 12.00 Getting practical feedback from that it provides actual SIP Trunking/SIP connect Identifying the additional services that SIP-based deployments. Topics include: services provide. How to use SIPconnect in your existing What enterprise features does this enable? interoperability program to significantly What consumer features does this enable? reduce resource requirements Identifying the commercial value of SIP-based Unified How real-world service providers Communications. improved the economics of SIP Assessing strategic options for vendors and operators Trunking services John Moroney, Director, Octegra NAT/Firewall Issues The additional requirements needed to16.20 Panel Session - Evaluating the security measures provide a successful SIPconnect that are available to safeguard SIP Trunking service. Comparing the effectiveness of both Session Traversal UtilityInteractive Panel Using NAT (STUN) and interactive connectivity establishment as 13.00 Lunch methods to manage SIP security Understanding how to optimise Session Border Controllers 13.40 SIPconnect Deep Dive (SBC) to enhance security This session will provide a section-by- Managing the complexities of maintaining security whilst section review of the SIPconnect ensuring service continuity technical recommendation, with - effectively traversing multiple firewalls identification of key areas of - sensitivity of firewalls to SIP interoperability and review of the latest Protecting SIP trunking interfaces to deter malpractice and SIPconnect compliance survey results. security intrusions Panellists will be drawn from the speakers of the day 14.40 Closing Remarks and Q&A17.00 Chair’s Summary of the Day 15.00 End of Workshop17.10 End of Conference
  5. 5. 16-18 March 2009 • Kempinski Hotel Bristol, Berlin We are delighted to announce the first SIP event dedicated specifically to telecoms professionals. Following the evolution of enterprise and business communication services and understanding how to maximise revenues from these segments will be central to the intensive three-day conference programme. You will also learn about the innovative convergent services being developed for mass market consumers. Highlights from SIP Services & Trunking • Hear how Portugal Telecom has deployed IMS and SIP to develop innovative mass market services • Learn how BT is integrating a SIP-based multimedia conferencing platform • Hear how Deutsche Telekom is optimising SIP to develop effective Machine To Machine (M2M) communication • Assess how mobilkom austria is developing open APIs to attract Web2.0 SIP-based developers • Hear how Telus Canada is developing SIP trunking services for its enterprise customers Expected breakdown of attendees Who will attend? Head of Technology, Network Director, Head of Network, Network Manager, Network Consultant, Chief Network Architect, Core Network Architect, Network Solutions Architect, Business Transformation Consultant, Systems Engineer, Head of IMS Deployment, Head of NGN, SIP & IMS Engineer, Head of Voice, Head of Multimedia Messaging, VOIP Operators 50% Manager, Principal VOIP Engineer, Network Regulators 2% Wholesale Manager, Interconnection Director, Vendors 44% SS7 Engineer, Signalling Manager and more… Consultants 2% Others 2%If you want to make the most of the commercial opportunities For speaking opportunities, please contact the Conferenceat the event and raise your company profile, please call Producer for the event, Nicola Maci-Friedmann,Russell Bacon, Senior Business Development Manager, by telephone: by telephone: +44 (0)20 7017 7985 or by+44 (0)20 7017 7104 or by email: rbacon@iir-conferences.com email: nmaci-friedmann@iir-conferences.com Media Partners: www.eurocomms.com www.mobilein.com www.sipcenter.com www.sipforum.org To Register Please Call: +44 (0) 20 7017 7483 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7017 7825
  6. 6. CG2524 16-18 March CW/C Kempinski Hotel Bristol, Berlin Venue & Accommodation Details Kempinski Hotel Bristol, Berlin, Germany, Kurfürstendamm 27, 10719 Berlin, Germany Tel: +49 (0)30 8843 40 Fax: +49 (0)30 883 6075 Email: reservations.bristol@kempinski.com www.kempinski-berlin.de To book your accommodation for SIP Services & Trunking and take advantage of the IIR discount, please complete the hotel booking form that will be sent to you with the confirmation of your conference booking. Alternatively you can download it from the website at www.iir-conferences.com/sip Unable to attend? Nothing compares to being there - but you need not miss out. Simply tick the box, send the form along with payment. Your password for the online docs will be sent to you within 4 weeks of the event being held. ■ Online Docs @ €499 (excl VAT) Visit the website for samples and other available documentation. Fax the form to : +44 (0)20 7017 7825 We regret that we can only accept payment by credit card. Your VIP number is on the address label. If there is no label, please quote A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Step 1 Decide what you want to attend For more than one delegate please photocopy this form. ✓ Title Date Code VISAS SIGNIFICANT GROUP ■ Full Event Monday 16th – Wednesday 18th March 09 CG2524CW If you are likely to need a visa to DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE! ■ Two Day Conference Monday 16th – Tuesday 17th March 09 CG2524C Contact Anthony Streeter Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 7145 attend, please book early astreeter@iir-conferences.com Step 2 Work out the price Price available for registration Price available for registration Full Price BEFORE 16/01/09 (Tick box) BETWEEN 16/01/09 & 13/02/09 (Tick box) Complete Package ■ €2495 + 19% = €2969.05 ■ €2695 + 19% = €3207.05 ■ €2895 + 19% = €3445.05 (Conference plus workshop) Two Day Conference Only ■ €1695 + 19% = €2017.05 ■ €1795 + 19% = €2136.05 ■ €1895 + 19% = €2255.05 (The conference fee includes 3 course lunch, refreshments and full conference documentation. The fee does not include travel or hotel accommodation. Please photocopy this form for multiple bookings.) Personal details Mr/Mrs/Ms First Name Last Name Job Title Department 1st delegate 2nd delegateTo assist us with future correspondence, please supply the following details: Mr/Mrs/Ms First Name Last Name Job Title Department Head of Department: Booking Contact:Company: .........................................................................................................Address (if different from label above)...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Postcode:.......................................................Tel: .....................................................................Fax: ..........................................................................Email: ......................................................................................................................................No. of employees on your site: 1) ■ 0-49 2) ■ 50-249 3) ■ 250-499 4) ■ 500-999 5) ■ 1000+ Nature of your company’s business:..............................................................................................Yes!, I would like to receive information about upcoming events via (please tick) ■ email ■ faxBy giving you my email address I am giving ONLY IIR companies the permission to contact me by email Signature ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 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Step 4 Five easy ways to registerTelephone: – +44 (0)20 7017 7483 Please remember to quote CG2524CW/C Data Protection - The personal information shown on this form, and/or provided by you, will be held on a database and may be shared with other companies in the Informa Group in the UK and internationally. If you do not wish your details to be available to other companies in the Informa Group please contact the Database Manager at the above address, Tel +44 (0)20 7017 7077, Fax +44 (0)20 7017 7828 or email: integrity@iirltd.co.uk. Occasionally your details mayE-Mail – registrations@iir-telecoms.com be obtained from, or made available to, external companies who wish to communicate with you offers related to your business activities. If you do not wish to receive these offers, please tick the box ■Web – www.iir-conferences.com/sip What Happens If I Have to Cancel? - Confirm your cancellation in writing (letter or fax) on or before 2nd March 2009 and receive a refund less a 10% + VAT service charge. If you cancel between this date and 9th March 2009 then you will receive a 50% refund. Regrettably, no refunds can be made for cancellationsBy Fax – Complete and send this registration form to: +44 (0)20 7017 7825 received less than one week prior to the conference. A substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge. Incorrect Mailing - If you are receiving multiple mailings or you would like us to change any details or remove your name from our database, please contact thePost – Complete and return the registration form together with payment to: Database Manager at the above address, Tel +44 (0)20 7017 7077, Fax +44 (0)20 7017 7828 or email:integrity@iirltd.co.uk - quoting the reference number printed on the mailing label.Customer Service Manager, IIR Ltd, Cyan House, 1 Canada Road, Byfleet, Additional Requirements - Please notify IIR at least one month before the conference date if you have any additional requirements e.g. wheelchairSurrey, KT14 7BF access, large print etc. Visit: www.iir-conferences.com/sip Email: registrations@iir-telecoms.com

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