This the First in a periodic mailing of announcements by Human Communications
which is sent to our industry contacts about coming fax, messaging
and telephony industry events and related HC activities.
Produced by Human Communications
Fax Directions 99
San Diego August 2-3, 1999
Join Human Communications President James Rafferty and a panel of
standards experts at Fax Directions 99. This year there will be a
separate standards track featuring updates on the latest developments
in Real Time and Store and Forward IP Fax, High Performance Group 3 Fax
, as well as overviews on hot topics including enhanced Messaging and
IP Telephony. Human Communications will also have a booth, in case
you wish to meet with James while at the conference.
To register or for more information, call 818-842-5117
or go on-line at www.faxdirections.com and mention Human Communications
August 4-5,1999 - San Diego
James Rafferty has now expanded the already renowned Internet Fax class,
put on by Genoa Technology and Human Communications o be two days!
The one day version of this class was very successful, but our students
told us that the continuing expansion of the standards requires a full
two days to provide strong coverage.
The class features a detailed review of the technology and standards
for Internet Fax via email (T.37, RFC 2305 and more) and Real Time Fax
over IP (T.38), as well as vital information such as Group 3 fax
The class has been designed to provide the in-depth information needed
by Internet Fax developers, product planners and testing/quality staff
people. The next class is planned for August 4-5 in San Diego,
California, which will be preceded by Fax Directions 99.
Link here to an outline of the Internet Fax Course agenda and more
class details. <www.humancomm.com/adv_faxws_summary.htm>
For more information or to register, the contact points are:
James Rafferty at Human Communications:
Gina Fleming at Genoa Technology :
Fax and Messaging industry leaders Dave Crocker, Max Schroeder and James Rafferty
have formed the Internet Fax and Business Communications Association.
The association will focus on increasing public and media awareness about Internet
fax and related emerging Business Communications technologies. Planned activities
jnclude Internet Fax interworking events (both store and forward and real time),
trade show pavilions, public relations, implementor mailing lists and much more.
For more information on the association and membership, see <www.ifaxbus.org>
Please send them to James Rafferty at <mailto:email@example.com>
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