MoMo September – Mobile VoIP & Israeli Telecom Delegation

Ganpati Bappa Morya!

After a gap of 8 months, Mobile Monday Mumbai is back. And back with a bang.

The September event of Mobile Monday is on the topic “Mobile VoIP” and will be held in the evening on Monday, 7th September 2009.

Thank you Geodesic for sponsoring the event and supporting the community.

MoMo Mumbai is further pleased to announce that it will be hosting the official Israeli telecom delegation at this event.

Topic:
Mobile VoIP

As Mobile VoIP grows in the coming years, users will use 3G networks and Wi-Fi on their handsets to make voice calls. Despite many technological and business challenges, is Mobile VoIP inevitable?

Agenda:

  • 6 pm – 7 pm: Meet the Israeli Telecom Delegation
  • 7.00 pm: Introduction to the topic
  • 7.15 pm: Talk by Farhan Ashhar, Chief Architect – Net Telephony, Geodesic
  • 7.45 pm: Presentation by Vinod Panicker, Head of Operations – Spokn, Geodesic
  • 8.15 pm: Group Discussion
  • 8.45 pm: Dinner & Networking

When:
6.00pm – 9.30pm
Monday, 7th September 2009

Where:
MIG Cricket Club
M.I.G Colony,
Near Western Express Highway,
Near BKC,
Bandra – East, Mumbai.
Tel: 022-26408899 / 26436594
Click here for Map & Directions

Click here to register.

Note:
The official invitation from the Israeli consulate and list of delegate companies is available here. If you would like to touch base with any of the 19 delegate companies, please be there at the event between 6 pm – 7 pm.

Sponsors:
Geodesic

4 Comments

  1. said:

    You should write more often, like you used to. I am quite a fan..

    September 19, 2009
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  2. said:

    am sure you are aware of the upcoming event- Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

    The event will take place between the 15th -18th of February 2010.

    The Israeli Pavilion at the Exhibition will host a large variety of communication companies- more that 60 exhibitors from VAS, Broadband Wireless Applications, Handsets, Backhauling, Security, Mulitmedia and many more fields.

    You can learn more about the Innovative Solutions at the following site (which is updated once in a few days):

    http://www.israelmobileinnovation.com/.

    We would be happy to arrange 1-on-1 meetings for you or any other member of your team that is planning to participate in the event in Barcelona.

    We are here at your service. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any information or questions regarding the same.

    Thank you and I have a nice day!
    Elad

    January 21, 2010
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    • said:

      Does it really matetr?VoIP has been used for several years now by the service providers themselves just look at the telephone service you can get from cable companies.Consumers don’t care about VoIP or PSTN or technology. They care about service.The fact that we’re moving towards a VoIP world may be great for us technologists, but that’s about it as far as the dead/alive part goes.

      December 26, 2012
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  3. Impressive piece of information, let me elaborate more on VoIP. Voice over Internet Protocol has been around since many years. But due to lack of sufficient and affordable bandwidth it was not possible to carry carrier grade voice over Internet Protocol. But since the arrival of low cost internet bandwidth and new speech codecs such as G.729, G.723 which utilizes very low payload to carry carrier class voice it has recently been possible to leverage the true benefits of VoIP. G.723 codec utilizes only 6 Kbps (Kilo Bytes/sec) which is capable of maintaining a constant stream of data between peers and deliver carrier grade voice quality. Lets put this way if you have 8 Mbps internet connection, by using G.723 codec you can run upto 100 telephone lines with crystal clear and carrier grade voice quality. I am also a user of VoIP and have setup a small PBX at home. Since I have discovered VoIP I have never used traditional PSTN service.

    Dear readers, if you have not yet tried VoIP I suggest that you try VoIP technology and I bet you will never want to use the traditional PSTN phone service ever again. VoIP has far more superior features to offer which traditional PSTN sadly cannot offer.

    Also It has recently been possile to carry Video alongwith VoIP by using low payload video codecs. I cannot resist to tell you that by using T.38 passthrough and disabling VAD VoIP can carry FAX transmission, but beaware FAX T.38 passthrough will only work when using wide band protocols such as G.711, a-Law and u-Law.

    By using ATA (Analog Telephone Adapter) which converts VoIP signals into traditional PSTN you can also using Dial-up modems to connect to various dialup services. I wont go in to the details what VoIP can offer, to cut my story short VoIP is a must to have product for every business and individual.

    How VoIP Works

    When we make a VoIP call, a communication channel is established between caller and called party over IP (Internet Protocol) which runs on top of computer data networks. A telephony conversation that takes place over VoIP are converted into binary data packets streams in real time and transmitted over data network, when these data packets arrive at the destination these are again converted into standard telephony conversation. This whole process of voice conversion into data, transmission and data conversion into back voice conversation takes place within less than few milliseconds. That is how a VoIP is call is transmitted over data networks. I hope that now you understand basics of how a VoIP call takes place.

    What are speech codec’s and what role codec plays in VoIP?

    Speech codec play a vital role in VoIP and codec determines the quality and cost of the call. Let me explain you what exactly VoIP codec’s are and how they work. You may have heard about data compression, or probably you have heard about air compressor which compresses a volume of air in enclosed container, VoIP codec’s are no different than a air compressor. Speech codec’s compresses voice into data packets and decompresses it upon arrival at destination. Some VoIP codec’s can compress huge amount of voice while maintaining QoS which means use this type of codec will cost less because it will consume just a fraction of data network. Some codec’s are just not capable of encoding huge amount of voice they simply consume huge amount of data networks bandwidth hence the cost goes up.

    Following is a list of VoIP codec’s along with how much data network bandwidth they consume.

    * AMR Codec
    * BroadVoice Codec 16Kbps narrowband, and 32Kbps wideband
    * GIPS Family – 13.3 Kbps and up
    * GSM – 13 Kbps (full rate), 20ms frame size
    * iLBC – 15Kbps,20ms frame size: 13.3 Kbps, 30ms frame size
    * ITU G.711 – 64 Kbps, sample-based Also known as alaw/ulaw
    * ITU G.722 – 48/56/64 Kbps ADPCM 7Khz audio bandwidth
    * ITU G.722.1 – 24/32 Kbps 7Khz audio bandwidth (based on Polycom’s SIREN codec)
    * ITU G.722.1C – 32 Kbps, a Polycom extension, 14Khz audio bandwidth
    * ITU G.722.2 – 6.6Kbps to 23.85Kbps. Also known as AMR-WB. CELP 7Khz audio bandwidth
    * ITU G.723.1 – 5.3/6.3 Kbps, 30ms frame size
    * ITU G.726 – 16/24/32/40 Kbps
    * ITU G.728 – 16 Kbps
    * ITU G.729 – 8 Kbps, 10ms frame size
    * Speex – 2.15 to 44.2 Kbps
    * LPC10 – 2.5 Kbps
    * DoD CELP – 4.8 Kbps

    Switch to VoIP Today and you will never want to use traditional PSTN ever again.

    Thanks

    -Imran

    April 6, 2010
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