Hear from the Experts at VoiceCon on SIP Trunking, Mobility and Unified Communications

I recently provided a basic overview of mobility, unified communications and SIP trunking in our blog posts. Now you have the opportunity to hear from the experts at VoiceCon in Orlando, March 22-25 2010 at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center.

Major industry changes continue at a rapid rate. Avaya swallows Nortel. Cisco marches into collaboration. Microsoft launches new communications initiatives. The ripple effects will felt by everyone – buyers and sellers alike.

It all begins, of course, with new technologies and services, and VoiceCon will feature three that are reshaping enterprise communications and collaboration:

  • SIP Trunking: 5 hours of sessions devoted to analyzing the opportunities, trade-offs and case studies.
  • Mobility: 8 hours of sessions covering your best options for wireless devices and infrastucture, and vendors will respond to a mock RFP to integrate mobility and UC.
  • Unified Communications: UC is pervasive on the VoiceCon program — market updates, mock RFP sessions and technical analyses and reviews.

The VoiceCon Conference Program will address these key issues:

  • Planning and Implementing IP Telephony and Converged Networks
  • Unified Communications
  • Managing Staff, Technology & Costs
  • Communications Applications and Application Development
  • Mobility/Wireless Communications
  • Next-Gen Communications Technologies
  • Enterprise Videoconferencing: 7 hours of
    sessions on Mar 22-23.

VoiceCon Summits:

  • Unified Communications
  • Cloud Computing Role in Enterprise Communications
  • User Forum
  • Future of the Phone in the Enterprise

The VoiceCon Exhibition is the only place to see ALL of the equipment and software suppliers and the service providers serving the enterprise communications market in one location.

For more information about VoiceCon Orlando 2010, visit the VoiceCon website.

I  hope to see you in  Orlando.

 Jamie Wood, Avatel Executive VP

 

 

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