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MUCUGL: April 2012 - It's all about Lync call Flow
Thursday, April 19, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (BST)
This April MUCUGL has partnered with the kind folks at Acme Packet - a leading manufacturer of Lync qualified Session Border Controllers or SBCs.
First up Adam Jacobs will introduce the benefits of Fixed-to-Mobile convergence and then run though a reference architecture, next up Justin will go into a deep-dive session on internal and external Lync Call Flow.
We'll then have David Wray, a guest speaker from Acme Packet, who will give us an overview of how Acme Packet achieves SIP session management within the SME up to carrier-grade environments.
Finally Tom will provide an industry update and focused Lync guidance/sharing.
A full agenda can be found below, we're looking forward to seeing you there!
|Date: Apr 19th 2012||Title: All about Lync Call Flow|
|18.00-18.20 - (high-level)||Fixed-to-Mobile (FMC) Convergence with Microsoft UC (AJ)|
|18.20-18.40 - (deep-dive)||Lync Internal and External Call Flow Explained (JM)|
|18.40-19.10 - (Networking)||N/A|
|19.00-19.45 - (Guest Speaker)||SIP Session Management for Microsoft UC (DW)|
|19.45-20.00 - (Gen. Update & Q/A)||Latest resources and speaker specific updates (TA)|
When & Where
The Microsoft Unified Communications User Group London (MUCUGL) was formed by UC Pros that are passionate and focused about communications technology.
The goals of the group:
- Bring together other like-minded Professionals to share experience and best practice.
- Create awareness and buzz around UC throughout the IT Community.
- Welcome those that are new to Unified Communications technology, prior experience is definitely not required, we recognise that UC is about the convergence of business processes with new collaboration technologies (it’s not all about tech!).
Meetings will be held in central London and take place quarterly. We strongly believe in giving the technology a break and getting together for face-to-face meetings, that said, we’ll run some online meetings for breaking UC-related news.
Meetings will generally last around two hours (not including post-UG beers of course). We’ll be delivering some engaging presentations, some deep-dives and others aimed at the business strategist, allow time for networking, workshop your ideas (we want it to be interactive after all) and expect to line-up some great guest speakers.
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