From the SIP Trunking Experts

August 15, 2013

Ingate Systems CEO and President to Speak at ITEXPO

By Rory Lidstone SIP Trunking Report Contributing Writer

Ingate Systems, a provider of enterprise session border controllers (E-SBCs) that enable SIP communications, has long been confirmed as a participant of TMC’s ITEXPO, scheduled for August 26 to 29 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino Conference Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. In fact, the company will be hosting a number of in-depth education sessions, called the SIP Trunking-Unified Communications Seminars, during ITEXPO.

Now, Ingate has provided further information about its participation in the event, specifically that its CEO, Karl Stahl, and president, Steven Johnson, will play a part.

In particular, Stahl will speak at “Service Providers: Smart Ecosystem Facilitators or Dumb Pipes?”on Wednesday, August 28. He plans to share insights on how both SIP and WebRTC-based real-time traffic requires dump pipes for prioritized traffic over standard Internet and OTT (over-the-top) traffic.

“That is the Internet+ model,” said Stahl, “which will allow users to finally get global multimedia communication with telepresence quality and allow service providers to earn on providing something more valuable than raw data bandwidth, when traffic over the separate telephone networks will vanish.”

Of course, Ingate boasts years of experience with SIP communications, but it only recently embraced WebRTC capabilities with Q-TURN technology. Regardless, the company clearly knows its stuff in regards to the browser-based, real-time communications standard — information it will share at ITEXPO.

Johnson will also speak on the 28th at “Enabling the Internet for Real-Time Communications,” which examines new Internet-based communications technologies like WebRTC and how well the current state of Internet will be able to deliver such communications to the enterprise. Again, this session will demonstrate the need to prioritize communications traffic, outlining the role E-SBCs play in this.

This theme will also be present in “SBCs – A Must for Your Enterprise IP Network,” in which Johnson will also speak, discussing how the E-SBC is now a key component of the enterprise. This session will be held on the 29th.

Edited by Rich Steeves
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