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Re: Conferences for VoIP implementers
For Cisco users, the Cisco IPT users group meetings have a good reputation
though I haven't actually been to one.
You could look at some of the IEEE sponsored events, though they usually
geared toward system developers.
IT Expo next week in Miami seems to have a more technical "feel" to it as
well versus something like a VON.
Irwin Lazar, CISSP
Senior Analyst, Burton Group
> From: "Mark R. Lindsey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2005 08:14:35 -0500
> To: VoIP Peering <email@example.com>
> Subject: Conferences for VoIP implementers
> Happy Monday, everybody --
> What conferences / working groups sessions / &c. do you guys know of
> for VoIP implementors? I'm interested in conferences for technical
> folks in the trenches and for those doing more long-term strategic
> design and planning.
> Most of the VoIP/telecom shows I know are for the business types, not
> the technical types. I'm looking for places where people would be
> familiar with all of the latest IETF drafts and RFCs, or where they
> would be involved in engineering networks for VoIP.
> I can make this related to VoIP peering now: these would be good
> conferences to meet potential peering partners and size-up their
> technical acumen.
> Thanks for the tips.
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