Subject: SIP in higher education
FW: Fixed Mobile Convergence Conference September 5-7 in Chicago.
- From: "Enyeart, Michael J" <>
- To: <>, <>
- Cc: <>, "Carl Ford" <>
- Subject: FW: Fixed Mobile Convergence Conference September 5-7 in Chicago.
- Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2007 19:27:20 -0400
The Internet2 VoIP Working Group has enjoyed a long affiliation with Pulver.com. Several of us (Ben, Walt, et al) have attended past Pulver events (VON, etc) and had great experiences. Carl Ford is again extending us free conference passes to FMC (Chicago Sept 5-7) as a professional courtesy. I also know that Carl is always searching for bright networkers from the HE community to be featured speakers at the many conferences that he organizes. Don’t hesitate to contact Carl directly.
The Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) URL is http://www.pulver.com/fixedMobileConvergence/2007/chicago/html/index.htm
The free registration URL is in Carl’s note below. For more on pulver.com, visit www.pulver.com.
Thank you for your time today. I would like to extend to you and your fellow University / higher education network operators a free conference pass to our FMC event.
As I said on the call, we are running our first FMC Conference just after Labor Day and it has some very good speakers. I am hoping you fellows will assist me in delivering an equally high caliber audience.
Fanny Mlinarsky, formerly of Azimuth Systems and long time ieee contributor, is running a pre-conference tutorial on WiFi and WiMAX standards.
The conference itself will feature a combination of service providers, vendors and municipal network managers that should make the conference compelling.
As you know for many people FMC has a specific implementation plan, but at our event we are looking at all the alternatives - from Dual Mode to WiMAX and everything inbetween.
To register all that is required is using the priorty code “DOTEDU” at this link.
Again, I thank you for your support.
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- FW: Fixed Mobile Convergence Conference September 5-7 in Chicago., Enyeart, Michael J, 08/08/2007
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