Future of VoIP 2005

Adrian Georgescu and Michiel Leenars organize Future of VoIP event in den Hague, Netherlands.

ENUM and SIP are revolutionizing the telecom sector and the internet by merging their services into a global network. Mobile operators as well as landline providers start bundling Internet access with SIP based communications. Voice becomes another application over the Internet. On the long term, from the existing telephoney network (PSTN, or public switched telephone network) only the phone numbers will remain (to be exact, the E.164 numbering plan) while mobile and fixed services will converge in the same terminal.

The Future of VoIP conference is organized by ISOC Netherlands and AG Projects and provides insight of two of the main protocols (ENUM and SIP) that make this revolution possible and presents showcases of actual implementation based on them. The conference will take place in the aula of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Prins Willem-Alexanderhof 5) in The Hague. The combined ENUM/SIP tutorials held by renowned European specialists in these fields, the showcases and demonstrations will help analyzing the pros and cons of rolling out services based on these technologies and help in the decision making of the service providers and customers moving in this new direction.


  • Richard Stastny, Chair of Austrian ENUM forum
  • Christian Stredicke, Director of Snom Technology
  • Adrian Georgescu, Founder of AG Projects
  • Daniel-Constantin Mierla, co-founder of Voice System
  • Bogdan-Andrei Iancu, co-founder of Voice System
  • Florian Overkamp, SpeakUp
  • Ronan Lupton, Head of Regulatory Affairs, EMEA Interconnection Policy, MCI
  • Anton Holleman, Nominum
  • Dan Pascu, CTO AG Projects
  • Thomas de Haan, Ministerie van Economische Zaken
  • Oskar van Deventer, TNO Information and Communication Technology
  • Carsten Schiefner, Deutsche Telekom
  • Antoin Verschuren, SIDN
  • Michiel Leenaars, Internet Society

For more information visit http://isoc.nl/activ/2005-ENUMSIP/