Principles, Systems and Applications of IP Telecommunications

July 19,20 2007
Columbia University

New York City
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LATEST NEWS (2007-07-20):
The conference has officially ended. We have videos of our guest presentations and a few photos (contact us if you have any of your own you want to contribute). Thanks to everyone at Columbia University for helping to make the conference such a success. We now turn our attention to IPTComm 2008 so be sure to visit here for updates.

Some highlights of the 2007
conference program were: a stimulating technical program, Jeff Pulver as our lunchtime guest speaker on Day Two, Jonathan Rosenberg opening Day Two, an evening dinner and cruise, a panel discussion with broad representation from industry and academia, two tutorials, and a demos program.

New York, New York!
While standards and products now support PSTN-equivalent services for voice, video and text over IP, there are significant difficulties in deploying large-scale, reliable and secure IP telecommunication systems. Services that go beyond basic call features remain hard to develop and deploy. The aim of the IPTComm conference is to serve as a platform for researchers from academia and research labs, industry and government to share their ideas, views, results and experiences in the field of IP-based telecommunication. IPTComm will include presentations of theoretical and experimental achievements, innovative security systems, prototyping efforts, case studies, and advancements in technology directly affecting IP-based telecommunication in general and VoIP and IMS services in particular.