Sunday, October 22, 2006

13th CEPT Conference in Berlin 

I was invited to speak at the 13th CEPT Conference, which took place in Berlin 11-12 October 2006. The title of the conference was "Regulations und Challange" and the speaker list was quite impressive. A good overview of the state of the art in VoIP from a regulators and incumbents viewpoint was given. The programme and the presentations can be found here, click on programme/presentations to the right.

The motto of day 1 was "Policy Challenges" and featured as speakers Yoshio Utsumi (ITU), Guido Landheer (CEPT), Fabio Colasanti (EC), Michael Bartholomew (ETNO), Kevin Power (ECTA), Tom Lindström (EICTA), Sergio Antocicco (INTUG), Peter Scott (EC), Kip Meek (ERG and OFCOM), Mathias Kurth (RSPG), Rainer Münch (ETSI TISPAN), Kenneth Neil Cukier (The Economist) and Chris Marsden (RAND).

The motto of day 2 was "Regulatory Practices under Challenge" and was split into two tracks. I was speaking in track 2 in "Bulding Blocks of NGN" about "ENUM - Promises or Reality",
together with Alex Mayhofer (, speaking about VoIP Peering, and Tony Holmes (BT and TISPAN WG4 chair), speaking on "NGN Identifiers".

The conference presentations where very well selected and gave an excellent snapshot of the current developments from the incumbents perspective.

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