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  • Do WebRTC and SIP perform the same functions?

    While SIP and WebRTC seem to perform similar functions, WebRTC won't be replacing SIP for enterprise communication anytime soon, according to expert Tsahi Levent-Levi.

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  • How do you choose your SIP service deployment model?

    There is no one-size-fits-all approach to SIP. Networking expert Michael Brandenburg explains how to choose between a decentralized and centralized SIP trunking deployment.

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  • Vendors squabble over UC federation, Microsoft declares SIP dead

    Vendors at Enterprise Connect debated UC federation and Microsoft declared Session Initiation Protocol to be dead.

    Gina Narcisi2,720 pointsBadges:
  • How to plot SIP services to a WAN foundation

    What you need to measure when evaluating SIP services from your WAN services provider.

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  • Avaya 9650 SIP, to a 3rd party SIP server

    I have set my 9650 handset to SIP 2.6.13, and am trying to connect to Kamailio SIP Proxy and am Asterisk SIP server, I can log in, then I just get Acquiring service and it stays there, at the server end it says I am registered.

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  • Reality Check: Five things you should know about SIP

    Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is an integral part of unified communications (UC). In this edition of Reality Check, industry expert Jon Arnold discusses five things you should know about SIP.

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  • SIP interoperability and video codec challenges: Can the pieces fit?

    Despite SIP flexibility, true interoperability remains elusive. Marty Parker and Rivka Little discuss obstacles to SIP interoperability, why enterprises use different voice and video codecs and more.

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  • Telecom wholesaler monitors SIP signaling with network packet broker

    Telecom wholesaler Brightlink filters SIP signaling with Net Optics' network packet broker to monitor and troubleshoot billions of voice minutes.

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  • VoIP experts savor SIP’s potential

    Panelists at the Next Generation Networks conference were bullish on SIP's capabilities and its future, while one of Cisco's top strategists explained why it has delayed end-to-end SIP support in CallManager.

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