Voice on the Net conference, Boston 2004

DSC_0073 Digium and Asterisk.org booth. DSC_0003 The friendly folks of Digium/Asterisk.org DSC_0004 Asterisk speaks SIP. DSC_0005 Call between two InnoMedia videophones with Asterisk as the SIP server. DSC_0006 DSC_0007 InnoMedia videophone config DSC_0009 UTStarcom WiFi SIP phone DSC_0010 UTStarcom WiFi SIP phone size comparison with T68i DSC_0011 UTStarcom SIP enabled ATA DSC_0012 UTStarcom IAD with 802.11, router/switch, single FXS port and per-port QoS for VoIP devices, e.g. SIP phones. DSC_0013 Polycom SIP phones. DSC_0014 Polycom SIP phone integration with Windows Messenger Presence. DSC_0015 New Polycom SIP conference phone. DSC_0017 Clipcomm booth, showing ATA's, gateways and SIP phone. DSC_0018 Clipcomm CP-100P SIP phone, wireless entendable via 802.11 CF card. DSC_0019 Clipcomm ATA and gateways, providing multiple configurations of FXO/FXS ports and CF card based 802.11 WiFi. DSC_0021 New Grandstream GXP-2000 business SIP phone. Four DSC_0022 Grandstream GXP-2000 business SIP phone. DSC_0023 New Grandstream ATA's HandyTone 488 and 386. DSC_0024 The Grandstream ATA HandyTone 488 acts as a router, providing an FXO port for failover or dialplan based call routing, and a FXS port. The HandyTone 386 provides 2 FXS ports with independent SIP accounts. DSC_0026 Zyxel ATA Prestige 2002, 2 FXS ports, SIP, DiffServ, QoS DSC_0027 Zyxel ATA 2002L, with DSC_0028 Zyxel ATA ... DSC_0033 Microsoft VON booth DSC_0034 Microsofts new SIP client, codenamed DSC_0035 Radvision, showing solution to allow desktop SIP client interoperation with 3G standard mobile phones. DSC_0036 Calling from Microsofts SIP client to a japanese 3G videophone, using Radvisions adapter solution to map to the H.324M client on the 3G phone. Can also act as a videoconferencing mixer. DSC_0037 Radvision SIP to 3G/UMTS interop demo. DSC_0038 Ascalade SIP phones, using DECT between handset and base. DSC_0039 Avaya SIP phone solutions. DSC_0041 Avaya 4602 SIP phone. DSC_0042 Avaya 4620 SIP phone. DSC_0044 SIPquest booth. DSC_0043 SIPquest SIP client, demonstrating video conference. DSC_0045 Xten's new SIP client eyeBeam, now offering voice, video and instant messaging integration, based on SIP, SIMPLE and XCAP, thus completely open standards based. DSC_0047 Packet8 booth. DSC_0048 Packet8 videophone. SIP based, but with proprietary extensions. DSC_0049 Juniper @ VON DSC_0051 Intel showing reference designs for SIP-based VoIP hardware. DSC_0055 SIPURA's new SPA-841 4-line business SIP-phone. DSC_0056 SIPURA's new SPA-2100 Analog Telephone Adapter, integrating a router. DSC_0058 SIPURA SPA-2100 ATA with 2 phone/fax FXS ports, as well as LAN and WAN ports. Has new hardware and increased memory, ITU-T.38 fax over IP support is forthcoming in firmware upgrade. DSC_0059 Pulver Communications booth, featuring Free World Dialup, pulverInnovations and the new Blue Lava Asterisk-in-a-box offering. DSC_0060 Alcatel business SIP phone, shown by Verizon. DSC_0061 OJO videophone from Motorola/Worldgate, booting up for a live demo. DSC_0062 Someone actually rethought the videophone, and then had the guts to build it. The Ojo has a very functional and ergonomic design which looks a lot like that of danish cult brand Band & Olufsen, but it actually comes from Bresslergroup in Philadelphia. 
The Ojo has a small footprint, eye-level camera and portrait orientation screen, speakerphone and a cordless handset cradle. 
Standards supported by the Ojo are: H.264/AVC or H.263 for video encoding, GIPS iLBC and G.711 for voice encoding, SIP for signalling, SRTP and AES for call security
DSC_0063 Calling WorldGate HQ, a very convincing demo. The framerate was 30fps, quite snappy. The clap-test showed perfect sync between picture and sound. Latency was not perceptible. 
DSC_0065 DSC_0053 AT&T's booth, showing VoIP for businesses. DSC_0070 Cisco 7970 with color screen. DSC_0072 Cisco 7910 single line SIP phone DSC_0074 Seawolf Technologies XRainbow SIP phone.