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[September 07, 2005]

"Service Provider Summit" Conference Debuts at INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO Fall 2005

VoIP Peering, IMS, IPTV, e-911, Security Among Topics/Opportunities Covered at Leading VoIP Conference in Los Angeles Next Month

Norwalk, CT, [September 7, 2005] - Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) today released an updated speaker roster for its new 'Service Provider Summit' ( http://www.serviceprovidersummit.com ), debuting at INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO at the Los Angeles Convention Center next month ( http://www.itexpo.com ).

The conference, taking place October 24-27, features no fewer than eight tracks dedicated to educating service providers about profitably delivering VoIP services to customers worldwide.

Topics covered in the Service Provider Summit include:

VoIP Peering
Peer-to-Peer Telephony
WiFi/Wireless Telephony
Consumer VoIP Marketing
Security in the VoIP Network
Conferencing & Collaboration
Open Source VoIP Security
Security/Surveillance over IP
e911/Regulation & Taxation
VoIP Traffic Management
Peer-to-Peer VoIP
Session Border Controllers
Number Porting/ENUM
Triple Play
Dual Mode

According to Rich Tehrani, TMC president and conference chairman, service providers perhaps more than any other group need education about the opportunities and pitfalls of delivering new VoIP services.

"As VoIP has exploded over the past 18 months, service providers have been in a race to bring products to market. Along the way, there are regulatory issues like E-911 to deal with. Plus, new opportunities like IMS and IPTV have emerged in the past several months further complicating the field for service providers seeking to differentiate themselves. As in any nascent market, the savvy, educated player can get an insurmountable head start on their competitors," said Tehrani.

He added, "You won't find a more complete service provider education anywhere than the upcoming INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO at the LA Convention Center. We've created a venue where carriers can gather to learn and network and become fully prepared to seize the VoIP opportunity in front of them."

Registration for the show 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 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; five digital publications, SIP Magazine, Speech-World, WiFI Telephony Magazine, VoIP Developer, WiMAX Magazine; and the online publications TMCnet.com, Planet PDA Magazine, WiFi Revolution, Alternative Power and BiometriTech. TMC is also tests 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 topical online newsletters. For more information about TMC, visit its Web site at http://www.tmcnet.com.

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