Following the highly successful event in 2016, the Asterisk Community Conference Africa 2018 is set to take place on 14 and 15 March 2018 at the Wanderers Club in Johannesburg.
Digium are again the headline sponsor, making this officially sanctioned conference unique in Africa, and David Duffet, Asterisk Community Director at Digium, will be the keynote speaker.
Appealing to everyone interested in Asterisk
Whether you’re a seasoned Asterisk developer or simply someone that is curious about Asterisk, VoIP or unified communications, you will benefit from attending the conference.
As a delegate, you will have the opportunity to interact with local experts as well and with international guests and speakers who are at the cutting edge of Asterisk development and integration.
There will be time to delve deeper into Asterisk and associated products with some unique training opportunities.
What you can expect
The 2018 conference aims to provide delegates with a choice of valuable and interesting content.
There will be experts on hand representing not only Asterisk itself, but many of the tools that can be deployed in conjunction with Asterisk to meet specific needs, including QueueMetrics, ViciDial, and xCally.
The Asterisk Community Conference Africa 2018 boasts top quality sponsors that are active in the open source community and VoIP industry as well as key Asterisk and VoIP product vendors.
Confirmed sponsors to date include Clarotech Consulting, Connection Telecom, BitCo, Teleforge, Miro, Nology, and Evenflow.
Day 1 will be devoted to formal and informal training, including the Asterisk 1-2-3 course, dCAP exam sessions, a business stream and a technical stream of content-rich presentations to choose from.
Day 2 will highlight the development of Asterisk and its future in telephony with keynote addresses and product development sessions presented by well-known technology leaders.
Alongside the conference, the exhibition area will give event sponsors a unique opportunity to present their Asterisk-related products and services to the delegates.
A detailed programme can be downloaded from the Aterisk Africa website.
Registration for the conference is now open on the official website as well, with early bird tickets starting at R2,250 (limited to the first 30 tickets).
This article was published in partnership with Clarotech Consulting.