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[September 22, 2005]

New “IMS Summit” Debuts at INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO Fall 2005

Conference Sessions at Los Angeles Convention Center Next Month Will Help Service Providers Seize Converged Wireless/Wireline Service Opportunities
Norwalk, CT, [September 22, 2005] — Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) today released the complete agenda and speaker roster for the new IMS Summit, debuting next month at their INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO in Los Angeles.
The conference will be held October 24-27 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles, CA. IMS Summit takes place Monday, October 24th.
IP Multimedia Subsystems — or IMS — has taken the VoIP industry by storm, promising access-agnostic multimedia services and fixed/mobile convergence. IMS architecture can support a large variety of diverse IP-based services including push-to-talk, color ring-back tones, speech activated dialing, unified messaging, media transcoding and multimedia conferencing.
TMC president and conference chairman Rich Tehrani says the emergence of this new IMS specification is typical of rapid growth markets like VoIP.
“As VoIP evolves and matures, more and more opportunities like IMS will surface. It is the service provider who properly evaluates each development, educates themselves properly, and systematically rolls out new, high-demand applications that will ultimately gain the most market share,” reasoned Tehrani.
IMS Summit conference sessions and their presenting companies are as follows:
  • Introduction to IMS
    Presented by Bay Packets:
  • IMS: Developing Network Infrastructure
    Presented by BridgePort Networks and MCI
  • Fixed Mobile Convergence: Finding the Killer Applications
    Presented by BroadSoft
  • Deploying Services Using IMS
    Presented by Convedia, Net2Phone, Stratus Technologies, Sonim, RADVision, Lucent Technologies, Pactolus, Brooktrout Technology. Moderated by New Telephony.
  • A Look Ahead: The Future of IMS
    Presented by Newport Networks, Sonus Networks.
Registration for the conference and expo is now open. Anyone interested may register by visiting http://www.itexpo.com. Very limited booth space remains as well. Vendors interested in exhibiting at the show should contact Dave Rodriguez right away at (203) 852-6800, ext. 146. Or send e-mail to drodriguez@tmcnet.com.
Press inquiries regarding INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO Fall 2005 can be directed to Mostafa Razzak of 23-31 Communications: 646.442.3361 or m.razzak@23-31.com.
About TMC®
Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) publishes two print magazines: Customer Interaction Solutions, and Internet Telephony; and five digital publications, SIP Magazine, Speech-World, WiFI Telephony Magazine, VoIP Developer and WiMAX Magazine. TMCnet, TMC’s communications and technology Web site, is among the most visited technology sites in the world as ranked by Alexa.com, an amazon.com company that measure Web traffic. TMC is also the first publisher to test new products in its own on-site laboratories, TMC Labs. TMC also produces The VoIP Developer Conference, Speech-World Conference, IP Contact Center Summit and The Global Call Center Outsourcing Summit. TMCnet.com publishes more than 20 online newsletters. For more information about TMC, visit www.tmcnet.com.

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