XO Communications Announces Participation in SIP Trunking Tour 2013
- Educational Sessions Explore Technical Challenges, Procurement Issues and Communications Potential of SIP Trunks
HERNDON, Va. – May 06, 2013 – XO Communications XO Communications today announced the company’s sponsorship of a series of events on the topic of SIP Trunking. “Implementing SIP Trunking 2013” will launch May 8, 2013 at the Interop trade show, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV. This day long program will bring SIP Trunking experts to several cities across the country to help enterprise end users understand the value proposition of SIP trunking and how to secure it. Educational sessions will explore the technical challenges, procurement issues and communications potential of SIP trunks. Experts from XO Communications will be on-hand to help enterprises address SIP Trunking adoption challenges, such as architecture and network interoperability, cost/benefit analysis, and carrier services. To register for this free event, go to http://www.enterpriseconnect.com/tour/conference/.
TOUR DATES & LOCATIONS:
- May 8 :: Las Vegas @ Interop :: Mandalay Bay
- May 14 :: New York :: Millennium Broadway
- June 19 :: San Francisco :: Le Meridien
- June 26 :: Chicago :: Hyatt Regency
- July 10 :: Virtual Event
- Implementing SIP Trunks for Your Enterprise
In this session, a leading consultant will provide attendees with the practical information needed in order to implement enterprise SIP Trunks in the most cost-efficient manner. The session will include a brief review of the technical basics of SIP Trunking, and from there will cover interoperability and the other most common procurement challenges and implementation issues.
- SIP Trunk Architectures and Opportunities
Technology vendors will debate the merits of different architectures and implementation options for SIP Trunks. This session will also explore how SIP Trunking architecture decisions will be affected by larger transitions in enterprise IT such as virtualization/datacenter consolidation; the migration to Unified Communications; and carriers’ technology roadmaps.
- SIP Trunks and the End-to-End IP Network
The migration to SIP Trunks is part of a larger transition occurring in the public networks, both wireline and wireless—carriers are transitioning to all-IP networks, moving off of legacy PSTN and cellular 2G/3G technologies, and onto wireless 4G and a true multimedia Internet. This session will provide attendees with an understanding of how this transition is occurring, what role SIP Trunks play as well as when to expect these changes.
- SIP Trunking Users Speak Out
This session will feature representatives of enterprise end user organizations that have made the move to SIP Trunking, or that are in the process of migrating. They’ll talk about their experiences and then open the floor to questions, comments, and concerns. This session will give attendees the opportunity to close the day by hearing real-world stories from peers, with takeaways drawn from real-life experiences.
About XO Communications
XO Communications is a leading nationwide provider of advanced IP communications, managed network and hosted IT services for business, large enterprise and wholesale customers. These customers include more than half of the Fortune 500, in addition to leading cable, mobile wireless and domestic and international telecommunications companies. XO offers a superior customer experience through its innovative solutions, its employees’ focus on customers and the proven performance of its advanced network. To learn more about XO Communications visit www.xo.com or blog.xo.com. XO Communications is also on Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and LinkedIn.
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