Earlier this week at ITEXPO East in Miami, Netherlands based SIP provider, AG Projects took the time to sit down with TMCnet to explain its products and participation at the show.
This year was AG Project’s fourth time at ITEXPO. At the show, Adrian Georgescu, founder and CEO, has been showcasing the OpenSIPS products at booth #530 and participated on a panel regarding peering with open source solutions titled, “Delivery and Support of Scalable SIP Infrastructures.” The presentation revolved around why open source solutions should be utilized when implementing SIP sharing as opposed to a commercial deployment.
Currently, Georgescu is involved in an Open SIP software project. He described OpenSIP software as one of the most innovative SIP proxies in the world as it is used by both telecommunication companies and ISP’s looking to deploy large SIP structures.
OpenSIPS (Open SIP Server) is a mature Open Source implementation of a SIP server. OpenSIPS includes application-level functionalities. With a very flexible and customizable routing engine, OpenSIPS 'unifies voice, video, IM and presence services in a highly efficient way, thanks to its scalable (modular) design.
AG Project’s main concern at ITEXPO is building a solid foundation in the industry and, concentrating on promoting the company’s SIP ecosystem by developing open software with Open SIP. Georgesu is very focused on getting the OpenSIP name out there since SIP is constantly evolving. He hopes to reach the company’s past and present audiences as well as collecting feedback on the product and the SIP market in general.
While at the show, Georgescu intends to sit in other the VOXEO presentation as well as anything related to OpenSIP or Cloud-related service platforms.
Watch the video below to see a short clip from Adrian Georgescu, CEO of AG Projects.
Stefanie Mosca is a Web editor for TMCnet. Previously she worked as a freelance copy editor for Digital Surgeons LLC. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of New Haven. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.