[SIPForum-discussion] Submit Your SIPNOC 2015 Speaking Proposal Today!

Marc Robins marc.robins at sipforum.org
Wed Mar 4 20:14:21 UTC 2015

SIP Forum Members:

There’s still time to submit your proposal for SIPNOC 2015 workshops,
panels, speaker presentations and “Birds of a Feather” sessions addressing
the deployment of SIP in service provider environments.

To view the official call for presentations, which includes instructions on
submitting material and specific SIPNOC policies, please visit www.sipforum.
org/content/view/374/275/. To submit, visit

Topics can include SIP peering, SIP trunking, Emergency Services, Congestion
Control, Scaling and Capacity Issues, SIP-based applications, Routing,
Security, SIP-Network Operations Center Best Practices, IPv6 deployment
challenges, User-agent Configuration, Standardization Issues and Progress,
HD voice deployments, Video Interoperability, WebRTC and SIP, FoIP/T.38
Deployment, Testing or other issues facing SIP network operations.

SIPNOC 2015 offers several different types of speaking opportunities

*	General Session Talks: A General Session presentation should be on a
topic of interest to the general SIPNOC audience, and may be up to 30
minutes long (including time for Q&A).
*	General Session Panel Discussions: Panels are sessions with a
moderator and a team of experts. The panel moderator should submit an
abstract on the panel topic, a list of panelists, and how the panel will be
organized. Panel selection is based on the importance, originality, focus
and timeliness of the topic, expertise of proposed panelists, as well as the
potential for informative and controversial discussion.
*	Special Workshops: These are workshops that run for 1-2 hours,
providing time to focus in-depth on a variety of issues important to the
SIPNOC community. Topics can include a review of SIP RFCs and standards
development, the regulatory environment, etc.
*	Research Topics: Researchers are invited to present short summaries
of their work for operator feedback. Topics may include call routing,
network performance, statistical measurement and analysis and protocol
development and implementation. Studies presented may be works in progress.
Researchers from academia, government, and industry are encouraged to
*	BOFs: BOFs (Birds of a Feather sessions) are informal sessions on
topics which are of interest to a portion of the SIPNOC community. BOFs may
be held in break‐out areas or in an unscheduled room. Requests for
scheduled BOFs can be made at any time, including on site at the conference.


SIPNOC 2015 General Info

The SIPNOC 2015 event website is located at www.sipnoc.org.

Registration for SIPNOC 2015 is officially open!

Special pricing for SIPNOC 2015 is now in effect! Take advantage of special
early-bird pricing now through March 15, 2015. The regular SIPNOC 2015
conference registration fee is $995, but for a limited time regular
attendees can save $100 and pay only $895 for three days of conference
proceedings. This fee includes a special SIP Training Day the first day of
the event on June 23, a Welcome Reception that evening with food and drink;
breakfast, lunch and break refreshments and snacks during the conference;
and a special dinner “Beer and Gear” networking reception the second night
of the event.

Individuals from SIP Forum Full Member companies save even more ($245 off
the regular price to be exact with special early-bird pricing)! Please
contact Marc Robins, SIP Forum President and Managing Director, at
marc.robins at sipforum.org to obtain the exclusive Full Member discount code.

Register today at http://www.regonline.com/sipnoc2015.


SIPNOC 2015 Sponsorship Information

There are still a number of great sponsorship opportunities remaining. For
information about corporate sponsorship opportunities at SIPNOC 2015, please
contact Marc Robins, SIP Forum President and Managing Director, at
203-829-6307 or marc.robins at sipforum.org.


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