There’s plenty to discuss at the third annual SIP Network Operators Conference (SIPNOC), held from April 22-25. Key among them is SIP Trunking, security, emergency services, SIP-IPv6 – and of course, WebRTC.
The preliminary schedule for SIPNOC 2013 has been released, providing a list of presentations, panels and speeches to keep an eye out for. There are presentations and panels from representatives of leading international wireline and broadband service providers, as well as researches, government officials and more.
For the most part, speakers will focus on the challenges service providers face in regard to SIP applications and infrastructure. This includes network security, Fax over IP, call routing, SIP trunking, IPv6, and much more.
Suffice it to say, there’s a lot being covered there, but it’s all presented by professionals with great insights to the industry.
SIPNOC 2013 is the third year of the conference, presented by the SIP Forum (News - Alert) and designed for service provider, engineering and technical staff. Its attendees include solution providers, ISPs, telecommunications providers, representatives of large enterprises, and many more.
“This year’s conference agenda is not only designed to build on the education provided during the last two events, but to also focus on some of the most recent trends prevalent in the IP communications industry,” said Marc Robins (News - Alert), president and Managing Director of SIP Forum. “By continuing to leverage some of the brightest technical minds in the industry, together with the rigorous review process we follow to select content, SIPNOC conferees are assured that the presentations will be insightful and highly educational.”
Registration remains open, so those interested in attending still have a chance. It’s a great opportunity for hearing insights into the state of SIP and the obstacles that service providers face, with experienced speakers from all over the industry ready to share their thoughts.
If you deal with SIP, it’s something worth visiting.
Edited by Braden Becker