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Friday, January 25, 2013

Kamailio World is the Open Source Communication conference in Europe this spring!

From kamailio.org web site:

Kamailio World will be THE conference to attend for everyone in Europe that works with Open Source communication – from classic PSTN over IP, VoIP to realtime communication platforms! While the conference is focused on Kamailio, it also covers related projects like SEMS, Homer SIPcaptureAsterisk and FreeSwitch and how they relates to small and large Realtime SIP platforms with Kamailio!

Where the European SIP engineers meet!

The Kamailio World conference will be the meeting place for everyone that works with Open platforms for realtime communication in Europe. Many projects, many companies and many people meet for a couple of days to share experiences, mingle and brainstorm about new ideas. Open Source Realtime software is used everywhere, from small businesses to large carriers. After ten years of development, there’s still quite a lot going on with new solutions, new devices and new technologies like Opus, WebRTC, SIP Outbound, WebSockets and much more. Register today and be part of the first Kamailio World conference!

Case studies, new software, cool projects – we’re covering it all!

The list of speakers includes the project leader and founder of Asipto, Daniel-Constantin Mierla, Carsten Bock who has worked with Kamailio and carrier IMS platforms for a long time,  Olle E. Johansson, Asterisk and Kamailio developer, consultant and trainer, Stefan Wintermeyer – the creator of the Gemeinchaft Open Source PBX based on FreeSwitch and many more. Read the full list on the conference web site!



The conference is in Berlin, April 16-17 2013! The Voip Users Conference, VUC,  is the media partner covering the conference. Randy Resnick, the VUC Grand Old Man will be at the conference both speaking and doing live coverage from the conference floor!


Registration is open – see you in Berlin!

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