I will be speaking at the Parliament and Internet Conference in London on 16th October. Specifically I am on a panel debating issues surrounding mobile voip.
There are a few issues to debate:
- restrictions on usage imposed by handsets manufacturers
- restrictions on use placed by the mobile networks
- voip numbering in the mobile space
to name but three. The opportunities in this area are going to be immense once some of the constraints are removed so it should be an interesting session.
The conference has been arranged by the All Parliamentary Communications Group. It starts at 9am in Portcullis House and I am onstage at 2.30.