Join the Wireless/Wireline Convergence
Working Group Meeting
Fixed-Mobile Convergence, IMS
And VoIP E911 update
Why: IMS and Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) have taken front stage in the industry over the last 12 months as a means to tie higher layers to transport, allowing operators to deliver richer services while maintaining control of the network. This session will explore how FMC has become a lead driver for IMS deployments, and look at the latest technical and architectural developments to bring converged services to market using an IMS approach.
When: Tuesday, October 25, 2005, starting at 10:15 a.m.
, Room 501 C
Los Angeles Convention Center
Who: Introduction and E911 update,
Michael Khalilian, Chairman & President IPCC.
Speaker: Kevin McCracken, Director, Product Management, NewStep Networks.
Kevin is part of a team focused on establishing NewStep as a leader in Converged Call Management solutions that enable the delivery of profitable, seamless services across fixed, Wi-Fi, and mobile network environments. Before joining NewStep, Kevin led Nortel’s IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) and location services product marketing team focused on GSM/UMTS service providers.
Open to all Internet Telephony attendees
The IPCC is a leading international industry association dedicated to accelerating the deployment of VoIP, video over IP, and packet technologies and services over converged wireless, wireline, and cable broadband networks. For information on joining, please see our website at http://www.ipccforum.org/member/how_to_join.shtml