Registration is now open for the IMTC Connect Forum/Illinois Institute of Technology Real-Time Communications Conference and Expo, September 25 – 28, 2017 on IIT’s Main Campus in Chicago.
For the first time ever, IMTC and the IIT Real-Time Communications Lab are partnering to co-locate our events and we are excited to combine our content to offer even greater benefit and value to all conference attendees and sponsors.
Registration is FREE (up to a $400 savings) for all IMTC members. Use code IMSPNSR when registering to take advantage of this important and valuable benefit of your IMTC membership!
Highlights of the 2017 Conference
Monday, September 25 features two, half-day tutorials covering the latest topics in real-time communications, taught by leading industry experts. More details on the specific content and instructors will be available shortly.
Main Conference Sept. 26 -28
Tuesday morning, September 26 kicks off 2 ½ information-filled days addressing the latest developments in the rapidly changing field of real-time communications.
The conference features 7 tracks and abstracts describing the content to be offered in each track can be found on the Schedule page of the conference website:
• WebRTC and Communications Platform as a Service
• Internet of Things
• Real-Time Multimedia Software Defined Networks (RTM SDN) and Cloud Communications
• Mobile Networks and Applications
• Next Generation Emergency Communications Services
Everyone living at the intersection of voice, video, messaging, mobility, the cloud, and the Web
• Business Executives
• Engineering Managers
• Software Developers
• Hardware Engineers
• Product Managers
will experience an open exchange of ideas to lead future development in real-time communications and have things to learn, things to teach and people to meet at this conference.
The call for speaker and presentation submissions is still open and we anticipate releasing an initial agenda next month. If you’re interested in a speaking role at this year’s Conference details can be found on the Call for Speakers.
On September 23-24, the Global Telecom Applications Developers Hackathon, the world’s largest telecom-focused hackathon, will once again be hosted by the IIT RTC Lab. TADHack is free of charge, but requires a separate Registration in addition to registering for the Main Conference.
Please stay tuned to the IMTC and RTC Conference websites and watch for mailings for further updates.