The IMS Forum, an industry association that promotes IP convergence, will host its first IP Multimedia Subsystem (I...
October 12, 2006
The IMS Forum, an industry association that promotes IP convergence, will host its first IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Plugfest for Applications and Services Jan 15-19 at the University of New Hampshire’s Interoperability Lab (IOL).
Registration, which is open to both IMS Forum members and non-members starts on Oct. 18th. Details are available on the IMS Forum website at www.imsforum.org.
The IMS Plugfest, the first in a series of IMS Plugfest events, will bring together service providers and IMS vendors committed to furthering the development of IMS certification.
Organizers say it will enable development of an industry-recognized “stamp of approval” for IMS applications and services.
“IMS is fundamental to next-generation IP services deployment, as it allows the realization of true fixed-wireless convergence,” says IMS Forum chairman Michael Khalilian.