Daniel co-founded Kamailio in June 2005, aiming to build a solid SIP server project where openness to community and contributions has an important role, previously being core developer of SIP Express Router (SER) from its early beginning in 2002. He has a Master’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Polytechnics University of Bucharest and worked as a researcher in network communications at Fraunhofer Fokus Institute, Berlin, Germany. His activity is done at Asipto, a company targeting to offer and build reliable services and solutions that benefit at maximum from Kamailio’s flexibility and features.
Kamailio for topology hiding and core SIP network protection
Kamailio is a high capacity SIP packet routing engine offering many functions for detecting and blocking malicious traffic targeting real time communication services. Along side, it can be used to hide the routing path, keeping sensitive details out of the sight of bad actors and untrusted peers, significantly increasing the security of RTC systems deployed on the cloud. This talk present the mechanisms offered by Kamailio to completely hide and protect your farm of SIP application systems (PBXes, PSTN gateways, audio/video conferencing systems or other media servers) deployed in your cloud core network.
Long term OpenSIPS / Kamailio / FreeBSD contributor, open source aficionado. Author and maintainer of few open source projects.
Kevin has been a developer at Loway for the last five years, working on popular call-center reporting solutions like QueueMetrics and WombatDialer.
Kevin’s main focus has been integrating Loway’s solutions with different platforms and technologies, with a focus on WebRTC and Data Reporting.
In particular, he worked on an integration with FreeSWITCH, that allows for comprehensive reporting of mod_callcenter activity.
Kevin earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from La Sapienza in Rome in 2015, and has been working at Loway since January 2016.
Piotr is a Software Developer at SignalWire. He works mostly with C code in FreeSWITCH. He works with VOIP since 2014. He holds a financial-engineering degree from Poznan University of Economics. He is actively contributing to media/RTP stack in FreeSWITCH, most recently being working on SFU/simulcast and STIR-Shaken.
He is the founder of ITsysCOM [www.itsyscom.com], experienced communications architect and VoIP specialist. Dan is a double graduate of Politehnica University, Timisoara, with post-graduate specialization in Communication Protocols and Software Development. A frequent and well-known contributor to the Open Source community, most noticeably being the co-founder of CGRateS Project[www.cgrates.org], Dan is a firm believer in merging the very best production-ready software to create high-quality, scalable and cost-effective communications solutions
Kevin is a Stack Engineer here at SignalWire. He’s been coding for almost twenty years and has touched almost every industry from banking conversions including Y2K, big media, industrial controls, to embedded devices. Ultimately, his passion is communications, and he is extremely excited to see and be part of the next big thing and disrupt the industry.
Fred’s primary role is a VoIP Consultant, specializing in Open Source software including Asterisk, Kamailio (formerly OpenSER), and FreeSWITCH. Fred enjoys evangelizing open source telecom and has spoken at Astricon, Kamailio World, Cluecon, and more. Fred is also a member of the Kamailio project and the founder of APIBAN; helping to protect SIP systems from unwanted traffic.
Protecting SIP Servers with APIBAN
APIBAN provides simple integration with IPTABLES to help protect your FreeSWITCH instance (or other SIP servers) from unwanted SIP traffic. APIBAN is a free (as in beer) service and also includes a local api to manage your own iptables chain.
David is a Geek that has been publicly Speaking and teaching for more than 25 years, from London to Los Angeles, Berlin to Beirut, Kingston to Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai to Melbourne, and Mexico City! He loves communications technology, has served as the Worldwide Community Director for the Asterisk project and has hosted two online ClueCons!
David has always been grateful to the Geeks that build the various technologies he speaks about, and now he wants to give back– by helping Geeks to Speak to ‘normal’ people with power and clarity.
Diego is a serial international speaker, providing several educational presentations about innovation in the omni-channel space, and recently involved in the Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence applications around the customer care market.
He is also the author of two successful books about Open Source VoIP, Machine Learning and AI.
Diego has been driving the XCALLY international expansion, covering now more than 60 countries worldwide all over the continents, managing key partners and hundreds of customers spread from all over the world.
He loves writing about innovation, working with the international community and playing golf.