|[April 02, 2008]
TMC Announces Call for Papers for 2008 Communications Developer Conference in Los Angeles
NORWALK, Conn. --(Business Wire)-- Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC(R)), today announced a Call For Papers for the 5th annual Communications Developer Conference (www.commdeveloper.com). This year's event will be held September 16-18, 2008, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California.
Submissions can be sent for email@example.com. Deadline for submitting abstracts of educational sessions for the conference is Friday, April 18th.
The Communications Developer Conference focuses on educating developers interested in building the next generation of IP-based communications products and services. This event will have multiple concurrent tracks focusing on hardware and software development, SIP development, and other critical issues affecting the market.
"Communications Developer Conference attracts a loyal audience of developers eager to learn about the tools they can use to build the next great communications application," explained Rich Tehrani, president and group-editor-in-chief for TMC.
"This year's event will focus on areas like IP video, unified communications, SIP, and open source - the areas offering the most promise for both developers and manufacturers of communications products and services," added Tehrani.
The Communications Developer Conference program is focused on subject areas like:
-- OCS integration
-- IBM Sametime integration
-- Asterisk integration
-- Designing for Communications Enabled Business Processes
-- iPhone Application Development
-- Developing for Google's Android Platform
-- Developing Rich Internet Applications
-- Software as a Service (SaaS)
-- Web 2.0
-- Developing for Windows Mobile
-- Wideband Codecs and HD Voice Development
-- Designing Applications Using DSPs (Echo Cancellation/Vocoder Design)
-- Developing Applications Using Host Processing Instead of DSPs
-- Designing Applications Using DSP Modules
-- Designing Applications Using DSP Resource Boards
-- Developing VoIP Devices
-- Next-Generation System on Chip Silicon
-- Open Source Design Considerations
-- Developing Wireless VoIP Solutions
-- Developing IMS-Compliant Gear
-- Developing Cable Telephony Solutions
-- Designing Consumer VoIP Products
-- Developing A Complete VoIP System
-- Building WiFi Telephony Devices
-- VoIP Enabling Legacy Products
-- Advanced TCA design considerations
-- High availability
-- Testing as part of the development process
-- Basics Of Protocols - SIP/H.323/MGCP
-- Echo Cancellation, Compression And Silence Suppression
-- Softswitch Architecture
-- Introduction to Development Tools - What's Out There To Help Develop?
-- Wireless VoIP Applications
-- Testing Tools
-- Open Source in VoIP Solutions
-- IP PBX Applications
-- Hosted Telephony Applications
-- Linux Telephony Applications
-- Peer To Peer IP Telephony Applications
-- Next-Generation Network Applications
-- High-Quality Voice Applications
-- Developing Applications Utilizing Presence and Availability
-- Service creation
-- Peer to Peer
-- Service Oriented Architecture
-- Unified Communications
For more information about speaking opportunities or exhibit and sponsorship options at Communications Developer Conference, please contact Dave Rodriguez at 203-852-6800, ext. 146. Or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) publishes: Customer Interaction Solutions, INTERNET TELEPHONY, Unified Communications, and IMS Magazine. TMCnet, TMC's Web site, is the leading source of news and articles for the communications and technology industries. Ranked in the top 8,000 sites in the world by alexa.com(a), TMCnet serves nearly three million unique visitors each month and currently boasts more than 100 live sponsored communities. TMC is also the first publisher to test new products in its own on-site laboratories, TMC Labs. In addition, TMC produces INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO, and Call Center 2.0 Conference. For more information about TMC, visit www.tmcnet.com.
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