||Determining the “Right” Development/Deployment Platform for Your Voice and Media Applications
Wednesday, June 08, 2011 02:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT
Ever since the first Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) platform was deployed over 20 years ago, there has been an ongoing debate regarding the “best” way to develop and deploy applications. Even today, the debate goes on with options to choose from such as Customers Premise Equipment (CPE), Hosted Solutions or placing apps in the Cloud. Developers must also consider Open Source alternatives (Asterisk/FreeSWITCH) and more traditional “C” based proprietary APIs. There is also the option to develop and deploy using an XML or Web 2.0 (Ruby, Ruby-On-Rails, Adhearson) type of environment. This webinar exams the pros and cons of many of these environments to help developers and operators choose the one that might be “right” for their particular need.
Specifically, the webinar will examine the following criteria for each environment:
All registrants will be eligible for significant discounts on select Sangoma products until June 30, 2011.
Vice President of Software Engineering
Sangoma Technologies Inc.
Nenad Corbic is the Vice President of Software Engineering at Sangoma Technologies Inc., the premium provider of voice and data connectivity components for software-based communication applications. In this role, Nenad plays an instrumental part in developing and designing the new line of Sangoma drivers, WAN and TDM protocol stacks, and APIs.
As an active Linux kernel maintainer of Linux WAN/WANPIPE drivers, Nenad has frequently submitted patches into the Linux source. He is currently managing and developing numerous open source telephony projects targeted to bridge the gap between OS projects and products. His latest projects include optimizing and expanding TDM architectures and developing high-availability Open Source VoIP/TDM switches.
Nenad is a pioneer in connectivity hardware and software products for telephony, Wide Area Networks, and the Internet.
Previously, Nenad was a software engineer in the telephony division of Nortel Networks, working on DMS and XA-Core switches.
Nenad holds an Honours degree in Computer Engineering from Ryerson University, Toronto.
Nenad will be joined by a panel of industry and technology experts during this webinar for additional perspectives and to answer your questions:
Senior Software Engineer,
Sangoma Technologies Inc.
Moises Silva is the author of the openr2 library, used by Asterisk for MFC-R2 signaling support. He currently works as a developer for Sangoma Technologies where he takes care of developing the FreeTDM API, which is used by FreeSWITCH to work with PSTN signaling. He has written other tiny bits of code for Asterisk like Asynchronous AGI, PRI passive call recording and the Sangoma multi codec module.
Embrase Management Consulting
Thomas Howe has over 20 years of experience in the design and development of next generation communications equipment. In March of 2007, Thomas won the first O’Reilly Emerging Telephony Mashup Contest with his “After Hours Doctor’s Office”. In Janurary, 2008, Thomas was listed among the most influential voices in VoIP. In March of 2008, Thomas won the VON Magazine Innovator’s Award. In September of 2008, Thomas won the first Broadsoft Mashup Contest with his “Diaster Dispatcher”. For a complete biography, check out the Linked In Profile.
Thomas is an active software developer, concentrating on Voice Mashups and their supporting technologies such as Ruby, Rails, Adhearsion and Web as Platform architectures. Thomas is also a regular contributor to several online publications, such as Fierce VoIP and ProgrammableWeb.
Thomas received his bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering at University of Massachusetts at Lowell, and attended graduate school at Northeastern University where he studied Digital Communications and Signal Processing.
Co-Founder and CEO,
Darren Schreiber is Co-Founder and CEO of 2600hz, an open source cloud telecom company that builds next-generation VoIP platforms to enable any business to become their own independent telecom carrier. His 15 years of IT experience include building operations teams and infrastructure for companies such as Lyris and Yo Networks. Recognized for his passion for telephony and innovative approach to VoIP, Darren guest lectures at New York University, George Washington University and University of San Francisco on VoIP technology, regularly conducts FreeSWITCH trainings for leading companies and is co-author of FreeSWITCH 1.0.6. He holds a B.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Computer Science and Business Management.
Erik K Linask
Group Editorial Director
Erik oversees the daily operation of TMCnet, which delivers news, information, videos, white papers, podcasts, and more to three million visitors each month. He is also a contributor to TMCnet as well as TMC’s IP Communications publications. Prior to joining the TMC team, several years ago, he was Managing Editor at Global Custodian, a global securities services publication, where he also managed the magazine’s survey research. Erik began his professional career at management consulting firm Leadership Research Institute.