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Annual SIP Forum in Monte Carlo will bring together companies of VoIP industry


Annual SIP Forum in Monte Carlo will bring together companies of VoIP industry
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) will host international SIP Forum, to be held from October 24-28, 2011 in Monte Carlo, Monaco. These VoIP industrial players can easily register themselves for participation in this prominent event, as the registration deadline has just been shifted until October 14.
Companies operating as associated equipment vendor, developers, carrier or other relayed entities that are working with Session Initiation Protocol integration, are totally encouraged to attend this event. Dedicated press released demonstrates the current trends of this year’s SIPit, where already 29 companies will have the opportunity to probe numerous SIP-based applications in different network architectures. Organizers expect to make forum as the practical tool in order to demonstrate, how important IPv6 interoperability is to the industry as the next generation Internet protocol continues to be expanding into the market. Participating companies will have the opportunities to test and review SIP-related video and telepresence applications as well. "SIPit 29 will once again collect together the world’s most modern equipment vendors and service providers across the IP communications industry to test and validate their SIP implementations in a live, real-world IP network setting in Monte Carlo,” said Marc Robins, SIP Forum president and managing director in a statement. "We expect that IPv6 interop testing will once again be a top agenda item along with SIP trunking and SIP security implementations, which collectively should help address some key technical issues in these critical areas.” SIPits offers thought leaders that include SIP application developers, service providers and IP communications equipment manufacturers an independent location to work shoulder by shoulder to find out if their SIP implementations will able to operate properly, as well as if they are capable of being seamlessly integrated into an IP network testing environment. “Over the course of 28 SIPit events, this program has grown and evolved to become one of the most effective and important SIP test beds for both implementations and specifications in the world,” said Robert Sparks, chair of the SIP Forum’s Test Event Working Group. “We have always attracted participation from both past SIPit veterans and newcomers, as SIP continues to grow and mature, and after every event participants indicate that a week spent at SIPit provides results that would have taken months to achieve with individual pair-wise testing.”


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