nexVortex will be presenting at the Kamailio World Conference and Exhibition this week in Berlin.
Pablo Quiroga, senior systems engineer and SIP trunking guru from nexVortex, will be presenting on the use of Kamailio in highly resilient, multi-node, carrier-grade networks like those built and run by nexVortex in the delivery of SIP trunking service.
In its fifth year, this global conference is a key event for technologists and businesses using Kamailio or those involved with the Kamailio Project, which recently celebrated 15 years of development. Kamailio is an open-source SIP server released under GPL, and is able to handle thousands of call setups per second and can be used to build large platforms for VoIP and real-time communications.
Presenters were chosen after formally submitting a paper outlining their topic, which was judged on the value it could provide to the attendees and to the users of Kamailio in real-time applications.
“We are pleased and honored to have Pablo presenting at the Kamailio World Conference in Berlin,” said Wes Rogers, founder and COO at nexVortex. “We are strong supporters of the Kamailio project and continue to use it in the development and delivery of innovative services. Pablo’s work and that of the entire development team at nexVortex allows us to not only innovate but to control the service delivery environment resulting in a better experience for our customers.”