Editorial: HD Voice session at TIA 2011 – Long or short?

I’m working with TIA on the HD voice session at TIA 2011.  (www.tia2011.org).

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

HD Voice: Implementing the Advantages

HD voice — also known as wideband voice — is rolling out across the globe in places as varied as India’s 3G cellular network to SMBs in North America.  This session will present the basics of HD voice — including its advantages over traditional POTS/PSTN narrowband service –  how it is being implemented in wireless and wireline networks, and which service providers around the world are turning it up today across Europe, Asia, and North America.

TIA has suggested the session could be expanded from 30 to 40 minutes, thereby opening up the presentation from a solo act to either two presenters or a panel.

The conference is focused around the “Security, Sustainability and Reliability of the Network,” so speakers and discussion topics within the session would have to be focus and scoped accordingly to the network core….

Yes, I’m fishing for comments.

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