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H.323 Forum™ Welcome
The H.323 Forum was formed in 2002 to bring more market awareness to the
H.323 protocol, to provide a forum for technical discussions, and to serve as a
launching board for new ideas that will lead us forward in the real-time
multimedia application space.
After its initial launch, the H.323 Forum attracted thousands of people
to its mailing lists and web site, held a number of successful events, and
successfully brought the needed attention, not just to H.323, but to the
entire VoIP and videoconferencing spaces.
While the marketing activities of the H.323 Forum have concluded, work is continuing in the form of technical specifications and white papers referred to as "Open Community Specifications," some of which are educational and some of which define new functionality for H.323. Discussion of these documents and other topics takes place on the H.323 Forum mailing list.
Equally important, the H.323 Forum, in partnership with the IMTC and Packetizer, continues to serve as a place for people to learn more about H.323, to share ideas, and to develop new technologies related to multimedia communication.