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Announcing Megaconference 2012

Sep 13, 2012, by Ben Fineman
Tags: imported, Internet2 Video Exchange, Tech Conferences, Video Services, Video, Voice & Collaboration, Workshops & Webinars

Over the years, the Megaconference has provided our community with a venue to test the limits of video collaboration technology while making personal connections around the world. After a four year hiatus, Internet2 is very pleased to announce that the Megaconference will return this year on December 4th-5th. Anyone and everyone are invited to connect using H.323 or SIP videoconferencing to participate in presentations from researchers, educators, engineers, students, and vendors, in what we hope to be the biggest Megaconference ever. The theme this year will continue where the last Megaconference left off: "Breaking Down the Barriers: Global Connections".

Megaconference will be held all over the world on December 4th, 2012 from 12:00 GMT - December 5th, 12:00 GMT (that's 7am EST - 7am EST).

Registration is now open! Please visit www.megaconference.org or the appropriate link below:

PARTICIPANTS

Anyone and everyone with H.323 or SIP videoconferencing can participate! Invite your friends! Register to participate here.

PRESENTERS

We are soliciting presentations on any topics from any presenters! Presentations can be technical or non-technical, and live demonstrations are encouraged! The suggested presentation length is 15 minutes, so take a few minutes to show the world your famous campus barbershop quartet, tell us about the challenges your campus overcame with your video deployment, or take us on a virtual tour of your campus. Imagination encouraged. Register to present here.

BRIDGES (MCUs)

We will need an many bridges as possible to facilitate as many participants as possible. Bridges may be IPv4 or IPv6, and should ideally be high definition capable (but we'll take standard definition as well). Register a bridge here.

We're looking forward to seeing you on December 4th!