Presenting at CELF Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2008

In the world of embedded Linux, one of the players is a group called Consumer Electronics Linux Forum (CELF). CELF was formed five years ago by the big manufacturers: Matsushita, Sony, Hitachi, NEC, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, and Toshiba.

One of the events they run is Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) series, which has been running the past three years and have two version, one in the US and one in Europe.

For the CELF ELC Europe 2008 we’re going to present a session on pjsip as an Open Source Compact SIP and Media Stack.

What’s the connection of pjsip to embedded Linux? Because pjsip is compact and lightweight it runs well in embedded Linux. We’re also going to talk about a recent case where Linux was used as the operating system for an IP Phone, and pjsip as the SIP stack, with pjmedia as the media stack.

Anyway, if you are anywhere near Ede, Netherlands on 6-7 November 2008, look us up!

UPDATE: The presentation is now available: pjsip: Open Source Compact SIP and Media Stack.


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