Acme Packet Named Platinum Sponsor of 2nd Voice Interconnect and Peering Conference

Updated: January 07, 2011

NORWALK, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TMC, Crossfire Media and AU24 today announced that Acme Packet, the leading provider of session border controllers, has been named a Platinum Sponsor for their Voice Interconnect and Peering Conference (VIPeering) scheduled for Wednesday, February 2, 2011. The event will be collocated with TMC’s ITEXPO, which is held February 2-4, 2011, at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami, Florida.

The VIPeering conference explores the interconnect, registry and numbering technologies, best practices and partnerships that carriers, service providers and enterprises need to keep pace with consumer and business demands for end-to-end IP communication services.

"Acme Packet’s solutions enable many of the world’s leading carriers, service providers and enterprises to deliver the most in-demand IP Communications services to their end-users. We are very excited that Acme Packet, with its extensive experience addressing the service interconnection challenges facing the industry, will be supporting the VIPeering Conference as a Platinum Sponsor,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO and group editor-in-chief of TMC.

Registration for VIPeering is open now on the event website. Show organizers have also announced a “Call for Papers”, and companies interested in participating as a speaker in conference sessions are encouraged to submit titles and abstracts for review. The deadline for submissions is December 3rd.

Acme Packet enables the delivery of trusted, first-class interactive communications-voice, video and multimedia sessions-and data services across IP network borders. With its Net-Net family of session border controllers, multiservice security gateways and session routing proxies, Acme Packet solutions support multiple applications in service provider, enterprise and contact center networks-from VoIP trunking to hosted enterprise and residential services to fixed-mobile convergence. They satisfy critical security, service assurance and regulatory requirements in wireline, cable and wireless networks; and support multiple protocols-SIP, H.323, MGCP/NCS, H.248 and RTSP-and multiple border points-service provider access and interconnect, and enterprise access and trunking.

Exhibiting, advertising and branding opportunities remain available, interested parties should contact Joe Fabiano.

Registration for the VIPeering Conference is now open. Members of the media can reserve media credentials by contacting Todd Keefe at For Immediate Release PR.

About AU24: AU24 is a technology and business consultancy applying voice, video and IP communications insights to International marketing, sales and business development challenges. For more information please visit http://www.au24.net.

About Crossfire Media: Crossfire Media is an integrated marketing company with a core focus on future trends in technology. We service communities of interest with conferences, tradeshows, webinars, newsletters and provide community web sites with the latest information in our industries.

About TMC:

Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) is a global, integrated media company helping clients build communities in print, in person and online. TMC publishes Customer Interaction Solutions, INTERNET TELEPHONY, Unified Communications, and NGN magazines. TMCnet, TMC's Web site, is the leading source of news and articles for the communications and technology industries. TMCnet is read by two million unique visitors each month on average worldwide, according to Webtrends. TMCnet has ranked within the top 3,500 in Quantcast's Top U.S. sites, placing TMCnet in the nation’s top .03% most visited Web sites. In addition, TMC produces ITEXPO; 4GWE Conference and M2M Evolution (in conjunction with Crossfire Media); Digium|Asterisk World (in conjunction with Digium); and Smart Grid Summit (in conjunction with Crossfire Media and Intelligent Communication Partners). TMC serves other communications market segments with the Cloud Communications Summit (in conjunction with Light and Electric); CVx ChannelVision Expo (in conjunction with Beka Publishing); and MSP Alliance MSPWorld™ (in conjunction with the MSP Alliance).

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