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State-of-the-art SIP primer
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is the open standard that will make IP telephony an irresistible force in communications, doing for converged services what http does for the Web. SIP Demystified – authored by Gonzalo Camarillo, one of the contributors to SIP development in the IETF―gives you the tools to keep your company and career competitive. This guide tells you why the standard is needed, what architectures it supports, and how it interacts with other protocols. As a bonus, you even get a context-setting background in data networking. Perfect if you’re moving from switched voice into a data networking environment.
From the Back Cover
EVALUATE SIP’s FIT WITH OTHER STANDARDS AND SYSTEMS
PLAN NEW SIP-ENABLED SERVICES
The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is the signalling protocol that will deliver IP multimedia services for the third generation of mobile systems. It will merge together the cellular and Internet worlds. It will provide ubiquitous access to the services it enables, and make us a truly mobile population for the first time. These are not small claims, which might explain why some people have started looking to SIP as an all-purpose solution to building the telecom future.
In fact, SIP is a powerful but limited protocol, with a well-defined scope. This book describes it in the context its framers intended, and meticulously explains how to use it as a transformative tool for telecom services. Written by one of the earliest contributors to SIP development in the IETF, SIP DEMYSTIFIED takes a long look at the “what’s” and “why’s” of today’s most talked-about protocol, helping readers to move past the buzz, get poised for 3G, and start developing tomorrow’s applications.
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