I was just informed that Internet Telephony Conference and Expo is sold out! (the exhibts/booths are sold out that is - still room if you want to attend) Rich told me it's up 100% from last year. Wow, this is amazing. I can't wait to go to the show, it's just 11 days away. I'm also really looking forward to moderating one of the hottest VoIP topics - namely Peer-to-Peer VoIP. It's titled "A Close Look at P2P VoIP".
Some very big names important to the P2P VoIP space will be part of the panel, including Skype's Niklas Zennström, Teleo's Peter Sisson, Nimcat Networks' Mahshad Koohgoli, Popular Telephony's Dmitry Goroshevsky, and Global IP Sounds' Gary Hermansen.
Here's a description of the panel I am moderating:
Peer-to-Peer VoIP is a potentially disruptive force that is taking the IP telephony market by storm. OK, “incrementally by storm.” Little by little, bit by bit, this approach to VoIP is taking hold proponents tell us that P2P VoIP addresses issues such as scalability, security, redundancy that are required in enterprise and service provider implementations, while supporting basic as well as innovative features. Come see what all the fuss is about.
If you're coming to the show, make sure to stop by this P2P VoIP session and feel free to say hello and tell me how much you hate.. I mean love.. my VoIP blog. (Just don't fill me ego too much, my wife tells me if my ego gets any bigger I won't be able to fit my head in our front door.)