It’s time to wrap up the headlines in technology news, and here we’ll take a gander at what went on in SIP trunking for this mid-March week.
First up in SIP news is the SIP Forum (News - Alert), which announced this week its second annual interoperability testing event, SIPconnect-IT 2013.
According to a company statement, the five-day event will take place from May 6-10 University of New Hampshire Interoperability Laboratory's (UNH-IOL (News - Alert)) facility in Durham, NH. The event aims to help drive industry-wide adoption of the SIPconnect 1.1 Technical Specification.
“Following upon the success of the first SIPconnect-IT event, SIPconnect-IT 2013 will once again offer the IP communications engineering community an important venue to put the theory and ideals of SIPconnect 1.1 into action and continue the hard work of identifying and ultimately resolving key internetworking issues related to SIP trunking,” said Marc Robins (News - Alert), SIP Forum president and managing director, in a statement.
Read more about SIP Forum’s event via the full report.
In other SIP event news, the third annual SIP Network Operators Conference (SIPNOC) is being held from April 22-25. Topics included in this year’s event are SIP trunking, security, emergency services, SIP-IPv6 and WebRTC.
“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, 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.”
Read more about this year’s SIPNOC and the schedule of events.
Broadvox (News - Alert) made headlines this week as it introduced its Call Bursting as an add-on feature with its SIP trunking solutions.
According to the report, the add-on offers features that “improve system flexibility, control costs.” The feature is being offered as an option to Broadvox customers and can be added to any SIP trunking order.
“We continue to work with our customers and partners to develop and deliver the most robust and flexible SIP Trunking service in the market, with options that make great business sense,” said Arnaud Gautier (News - Alert), EVP Product and Customer Experience at Broadvox.
Read more about Broadvox’s latest release.
That’s it for this week’s SIP Trunking week in review recap. Be sure to visit the SIP trunking community for up to the minute news on this trending topic.