I’m thrilled to announce that the Call For Participation for next year’s O’Reilly Emerging Telephony conference is now open. If you were lucky enough to be at the first ETel conference earlier this year then you know that this is not your typical telecom show, and one not to be missed. Mingle with and learn from leading edge developers, savvy business leaders, hackers, entrepreneurs and the alpha-geeks who are shaping the future of telecommunications.
Technologists, CTOs, chief scientists, researchers, programmers, hackers, business developers, entrepreneurs, and other interested parties are invited to lead conference plenary sessions and workshops at ETel 2007. Topics will be centered around the innovations and projects occurring in open source telephony, wireless mobility, mobile telephony, wi-fi VoIP, telephone networks as platforms, and the intersection of VoIP telephony with web services. Also, left-of-field and disruptive ideas that don’t fit in these categories but are telephony and real time communications related are welcome.
If you’ve got something to share with this audience, now’s the time to get your proposal in. And mark your calendars, ETel 2007 happens February 28 to March 1, 2007 at the San Francisco Airport Marriott in Burlingame, California.