Taking A SIP From Wireless Networks

Smith, Brad
January 2002
Wireless Week;01/28/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p16
Trade Publication
Presents information on session initial protocol (SIP), an emerging computer network protocol for setting up conferencing, telephony, multimedia and other communication sessions on the Internet. Capabilities of SIP; Mechanics behind SIP; Information on the companies that have started using SIP. INSET: What's SIP?.


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