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August 21, 2007

ITEXPO Session Preview: Using SIP to Develop VoIP Applications

By Mae Kowalke, TMCnet Senior Editor


The introduction of VoIP has created a new generation of converged, IP-based applications in the telecom industry. Standardization of Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) (SIP) made this possible. Today, developers can use SIP to build IP data delivery platforms for use with existing IP infrastructure in order to deliver real-time communications services (including VoIP).
 
But what’s the best way to go about using SIP to develop IP communications applications? Because SIP makes it possible to create applications that combine multiple function in a single package, taking the first steps may seem a bit overwhelming. At INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO West 2007 next month, a session titled “Developing Applications Using SIP” will cut through this confusion by helping developers clarify their purposes for using SIP.
 
This session, scheduled for Monday, September 10, 2007 from 1:30-2:15 p.m., will be co-presented by Ken Osowski, vice president of development and marketing at Pactolus Communications Sofware and representatives from Surf Communications (News - Alert) Solutions and Ubiquity Software.
 
These expert panelists will discuss how SIP is driving the convergence market, and why the protocol makes it possible to integrate multiple features into a single application. Also included will be a review of the relationship between SIP and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).
 
To learn more about SIP and how it is being used in broadband telephony applications, please visit Pactolus’ TMCnet.com channel, Broadband Telephony.
 

What’s the best resource to learn about latest trends in the IP communications industry? Why, INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO, of course. ITEXPO West 2007 is just around the corner—this year it’s being held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in California, Sept. 10-12. Register here. Preview sessions, speakers and exhibitors.

 
Mae Kowalke previously wrote for Cleveland Magazine in Ohio and The Burlington Free Press in Vermont. To see more of her articles, please visit Mae Kowalke’s columnist page. Also check out her Wireless Mobility blog.




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