Berlin, Germany

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ASIPTO has a strong background in Kamailio, SIP/VoIP and Webrtc. Backed up by two co-founders of Kamailio SIP Server Project, the knowledge of our team is built based on direct experiences with real time communications since beginning of 2002, with hundreds of production deployments and continuous active development of Kamailio.

 

Daniel-Constantin MierlaDaniel-Constantin Mierla – he co-founded in June 2005 the Kamailio  project (named OpenSER at that time), a scalable and flexible open source SIP server, as a new branch of SIP Express Router (SER), where he was core developer from its early beginning in 2002. Starting with 2008, Daniel coordinated the merging process of Kamailio and SER back to a single project. He has a Master degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Polytechnics University of Bucharest. His experience was accumulated working as consultant for Orange Romania, branch of French Orange mobile operator, and researcher in network communications at FOKUS Fraunhofer Institute, Berlin, Germany. Daniel is currently leading the development and management of Kamailio project. He is very often speaking  at conferences world wide, such as Kamailio World, Astricon, Cluecon, LinuxTag or Fosdem, spreading the knowledge about open source real time communications. You can also connect with him via LinkedIn or Twitter (@miconda).

 

Elena-Ramona ModroiuElena-Ramona Modroiu – she joined SER (SIP Express Router) in the spring of 2003, only a few months after the project was publicly released, becoming in short time one of the most active contributors. Ramona holds a master degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Romania, completing the studies at Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, and Fraunhofer FOKUS Institute, Berlin, Germany. In summer 2005, she co-founded the Kamailio project (named OpenSER at that time). Few years later, Ramona managed the design and start of Siremis project. She coordinates ROSDEV – Romanian Open Source Development event – a project she initiated in 2007. You can also connect with her via LinkedIn.

The two authored many free online tutorials about Kamailio, among them Devel GuideCore Cookbook, Config Pseudo-variables, Config Transformations, Radius Integration, Guidelines on Various Use Cases, Asterisk or FreeSwitch Integration. They participate to events world-wide advocating Kamailio, promoting SIP, VoIP and Open Source.

Daniel and Ramona are the authors of the book “SIP Routing with Kamailio” and main organizers of Kamailio World Conference.


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