[SIPForum-discussion] Expanded SIPNOC 2016 Training Day to Include WebRTC and IMS/VoLTE Workshops

Marc Robins marc.robins at sipforum.org
Tue Apr 12 21:10:34 UTC 2016




Expanded Training Day at SIPNOC 2016 to Include New WebRTC and IMS/VoLTE Workshops!

SIPNOC 2016, being held at the Hilton Washington Dulles Hotel in Herndon, VA, June 21 -23, 2016, is a unique three-day educational conference focusing on the challenges and opportunities related to the deployment of SIP-based services. 

SIPNOC 2016 attendees will include telecommunications providers, major backbone operators, interconnect and wholesale solution providers, ISPs, cable operators, wireless network operators as well as large enterprises deploying major SIP initiatives.

Back by popular demand, the SIP Forum will once again not only offer a day of specialized SIP Training at SIPNOC 2016 presented by the expert trainers of ECG,  but also new additional training in WebRTC and IMS/VoLTE – available to all SIPNOC 2016 attendees at no additional cost! 



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This Training Day is scheduled for Tuesday, June 21, 2016, and is designed to offer SIPNOC 2016 attendees relevant training on the SIP protocol, WebRTC and IMS/VoLTE, as well as provide insights and considerations related to a variety of technical implementations. Ultimately, the goal of these special training workshops is to help ensure that SIPNOC 2016 attendees get the most out of the technical presentations that follow over the course of the conference.

In contrast to video training and online courses available elsewhere, during the Training Day at SIPNOC 2016 you'll be working with experienced trainers and experts who build, improve, and debug VoIP, WebRTC, and IMS/VoLTE systems every day. 

A new WebRTC Primer, presented by SIP and WebRTC expert Dr. Alan Johnston, will provide you with the latest about WebRTC standards and deployments and real-world interoperability, and get you started in analyzing, coding, and troubleshooting WebRTC applications!  Starting with the basics, we will introduce WebRTC and show you how to setup a development environment on your PC for node.js.  You will learn WebRTC APIs such as getUserMedia and RTCPeerConnection on Chrome and Firefox browsers.  We will introduce media protocols such as SRTP, and NAT traversal protocols such as STUN, TURN, and ICE.  You will learn how to analyze WebRTC packets using Wireshark and interpret WebRTC internal information from the browsers.  We will step you through a simple signaling channel, client-side, and server-side programming.  Key topics such as security including DTLS and privacy will also be covered.  

The IMS/VoLTE Training, presented by Manpreet Singh of iBasis, will cover the evolution of the LTE network and its evolution from 3G. Attendees will be provided with a background on doing voice over a 3G network and a typical 3G network topology, and the network topology of a LTE network including IMS. VoLTE fundamentals will be covered, including SIP-IMS;  Description of the IMS network elements;   Description of the EPC core; Domestic call flows;  Roaming call flows ( including preconditions) including Local Breakout with HPMN Routing,  Local breakout with VPMN routing, and  S8 home routing; and a discussion of important SIP headers for volte signaling. Other areas covered include  Charging models and  Quality of Service implementation.

SIPNOC 2016 Training Day SIP Topics Include:

SIP Call Control. How do calls get started? How are they changed? How is the codec negotiated? How is incompatibility worked out?

Session Border Controllers. When are these devices used? How does an SBC improve security? How does NAT interfere with normal VoIP? How does an SBC solve the NAT Traversal problem for VoIP? How is SIP Trunking and Carrier Peering Established? How can audio and video be improved by an SBC?

VoIP Media. How is audio and video encoded for transmission? What are codecs, and how are they selected? What is RTP? What is a jitter buffer, and what problems can it solve? How does Network congestion and QoS affect the user experience?

VoIP/IMS Network Components. What are the common equipment and terms you'll find used in VoIP/IMS networks? Which components are often combined? How do component failures affect ongoing phone calls? 

The future for VoIP Networks. What are the open challenges in most VoIP networks? What are the trends coming from software and hardware vendors? How does SDN and NFV affect network growth? How do you prepare to support VoLTE, and IPv6?

An added bonus: All training day participants will receive a hardcover training manual with detailed notes and diagrams covering the SIP Training topics.



SIPNOC 2016 Call for Presentations General Info 

*	To view the official call for presentations, which includes instructions on submitting material and specific SIPNOC policies, please visit www.sipnoc.org <http://www.sipnoc.org/> . To submit, visit https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sipnoc2016.

SIPNOC 2016 Registration Info

*	Register at http://www.regonline.com/sipnoc2016.

SIPNOC 2016 General Event Information

*	For more information about SIPNOC 2016, please visit www.sipnoc.org <http://www.sipnoc.org/>  or send an email to sipnocinfo at sipforum.org.

SIPNOC 2016 Sponsorship Information

*	For information about corporate sponsorship opportunities at SIPNOC 2016, please contact Marc Robins, SIP Forum President and Managing Director, at 203-829-6307 or marc.robins “at” sipforum.org.



For more information, please visit:
 <http://www.sipnoc.org> www.sipnoc.org or email  <mailto:sipnocinfo at sipforum.org> sipnocinfo at sipforum.org



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