Two weeks ago we announced the 4PSA Partner Meetup that will take place in Madrid, Spain at the beginning of summer on June 1-2, 2015. We want to see you there, face to face, and chat the good old-fashioned way 🙂 You will also be able to meet with fellow service providers, exchange ideas, share experience, and have some drinks.
Besides the fun part, there are lots of reasons to join us there. In April we released VoipNow 3.5, in the following days we’ll be launching VoipNow Mobile 2.0 and VoipNow 3.6, and Hubgets is round the corner. With every new version, we are extending the feature set, creating new opportunities for service providers. We want to make sure that you know how to make money out of all the new stuff.
The business track will start with a keynote from our CEO who will be analyzing the industry trends and the challenges on the communication and collaboration market. This address will be followed by hands-on workshops and presentations of top opportunities on the European market. Our star, Hubgets will also get on the stage. Be there to find out how you can improve the business collaboration forever.
In the technical track, you will gain product insights right from the source – our tech guys 🙂 We’ll be focusing on the new functionality implemented in VoipNow 3.5 as well as on the extensive set of new APIs:
- what is the big data, search and analytics engine and how to use it
- how to use the WebRTC over SIP stack
- how to improve NAT traversal with STUN and ICE
- real-time API updates with WebSockets
Our engineers will be giving you valuable tips & tricks on ways to improve your service. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about common issues like:
- infrastructure scaling
- system uptime maximization
- monitoring and debugging in production
- best security practices
Here you can find the agenda and the registration form.
These are only some of the highlights, we guarantee even more interesting stuff. Do come to Madrid, it’s splendid in June. And telecom has never had a brighter future ahead!
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