SIP.edu Implementation Workshop
The Internet2 SIP.edu project seeks to promote the convergence of voice and email identities, grow SIP-reachability within Internet2, and build a community of Internet2 schools that are developing and deploying campus SIP services.
In one year, the project has provided SIP reachability to nearly 100,000 users at four universities, attracted corporate sponsorship, and published a "cookbook" to lower the implementation hurdle for others. There is significant interest in SIP.edu among Internet2 universities and corporate members and a number of new implementations underway.
The goals for this one-day workshop are to:
- Build a knowledge base for those that will follow in deploying SIP.edu
- Investigate areas that the SIP.edu community should pursue, individually or as a group, in order to leverage SIP as a core technology for new campus communications services and collaboration applications
- Expand the leadership group for SIP.edu
- Chart a course for scaling up campus and inter-campus SIP service deployment.
A sample agenda is available HERE.
Registration for Upcoming Workshops
Registration for open workshops is available via http://events.internet2.edu/ and limited to 40 participants. Because space is limited, there will be a waiting list for each workshop. The fee for the workshop is $250.
Georgetown University | Advaya
Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel
Arlington, VA, USA
The Sheraton University City Hotel
Palmaire 5 ballroom
36th & Chestnut Streets,
Philadelphia, PA USA 19104
This workshop is primarily for campus data and telecommunications technologists who have implemented the initial SIP.edu architecture or who are in the course of implementing it. Internet2 corporate members partnering with campuses on SIP.edu implementations are also welcome. Attendance may be limited by available space and to keep the workshop interactive.