Nenad Corbic, Chief Software Engineer of Sangoma Technologies, is a pioneer in connectivity hardware and software products for telephony, Wide Area Networks, and the Internet.
Instrumental in developing and architecting the new line of Sangoma drivers, WAN and TDM protocol stacks, and APIs, Nenads latest projects include optimizing and expanding TDM architectures and developing high-availability Open Source VoIP/TDM switches.
As an active Linux kernel maintainer of Linux WAN/Wanpipe drivers, Nenad has frequently submitted patches into the Linux source. He is currently managing and developing numerous open source telephony projects targeted to bridge the gap between OS projects and products.
Previously, Nenad was a software engineer in the telephony division of Nortel Networks, working on DMS and XA-Core switches.,p> Nenad holds an Honors degree in Computer Engineering from Ryerson University, Toronto, is an active speaker, and has authored of several publications on WAN and VoIP technologies.
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O'Reilly Emerging Telephony Conference 2007