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Building today's and tomorrow's applications that are market-savvy and technically sound is everyone's top challenge. Day Two Session focus on the technology and products that are behind the innovation.
Session Descriptions, 8 November, 2007
ATCA Super SessionAdvanced Telecom Computing Architecture (ATCA) and its promise of high availability and autonomous operation is finally a reality. This session is the place to learn all you need to know about getting started on ATCA. First will be a discussion of the of the state of the ATCA ecosystem today - including perspectives from some of the leading industry players. Then you will hear details on NMS's ATCA offerings and the migration from CompactPCI to ATCA. A demonstration of high availability operations will be provided, as well as a glimpse into the future of the market and NMS's offerings.
Jack Chase, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Communications Platforms, NMS
Eduardo Salas, Country Manager Spain, Kontron Communications
Brian Carr, Strategic Marketing Manager Embedded Communications Computing, Motorola
- The state of ATCA today
- Ecosystem players in the market
ATCA for Carrier Services
- Requirements for network deployment
- Achieving five-nines availability
- ATCA vs. cPCI
Developing with an ATCA Blade
- MG 7000A architecture overview
- ATCA features supported
- PSTN interfaces
The ATCA Development Environment
- Natural Access MX architecture
- Autonomous operation• Universal port capability; services supported
- High availability features
- Migrating from Natural Access to Natural Access MX
- What’s next in the industry
- What’s next for NMS
Building an Interactive Video Application that Sticks
Driving increased ARPU with minimal investments is a key issue with global service providers. In today's tech-savvy world, the mobile phone has evolved into a ready-made entertainment device delivering television shows, live video clips, video mail, and games. This presentation will provide a cook book of considerations for building and deploying these applications with a focus on NMS's Vision family.
Dr. Otto Schmidbauer, Director, Sales Engineering, Europe, NMS
The Evolution of Signaling
Challenges abound for application developers and equipment providers creating communications solutions that must interoperate with the large installed base of traditional wireless and PSTN networks — particularly when it comes to signaling. As these solutions evolve to support the requirements of the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) and other next generation networks, Sigtran and BICC are two of the signaling protocols that are emerging to support this diverse network landscape. This session discusses the basics of Sigtran and BICC and how NMS will provide you with enabling technologies to address evolving network architectures.
Dan Rothschild, Director, Engineering, NMS
Accelerating Application Development Super SessionVoiceXML, CCXML, and MSML are all examples of new solution creation paradigms that leverage and exploit web-based models for value added services in a converged world. This session will explore the advantages of media-based markup languages. It will cite examples of XML scripts for multimedia applications and present NMS’s strategy for rapid development of video and voice applications for converged networks.
Roland Auckenthaler, Sales Engineer, NMS
Introduction to VoiceXML
- Market Adoption
VoiceXML Applications—Where Are They Used?
- IVR examples
- IVVR examples
Writing Applications Using VoiceXML
- Basic inbound calling
- Prompt, record and playback
- VXML Goto
- Menu (DTMF)
- Call transfer
- Outbound calling
Introduction to CCXML
- Integrating speech servers
VoiceXML Web Interaction
- Basic store and retrieve
- Connection variables
- RTSP streaming
VXML Service Creation Environments
Open Access Overview and Roadmap
In their quest to lower lifecycle costs and boost profits, operators have turned up the pressure on developers and equipment providers to deliver a steady stream of new services. This presentation will review technical and market trends within the telecom industry and will also explore the Open Access product roadmap of the future.
George Kontopidis, Senior Vice President Engineering, Communications Platforms, NMS
Jaime Warter, Vice President Product Marketing, NMS