Subject: SIP in higher education
- From: "Dennis Baron" <>
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- Subject: FW: SIP Tutorial, Feb. 4, Miami, Florida
- Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2011 08:26:39 -0500
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Subject: SIP Tutorial, Feb. 4, Miami, Florida
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2011 08:05:30 -0500
The SIP Tutorial in Miami February 4th is now being called the
SIP Tutorial 2.0: Bringing SIP to the Web
While SIP and its associated protocols have become the undisputed
global standard for VoIP networks, technology is not standing still.
Countless apps and new communication models on the Web are forcing
voice and video to become Web based as well and be accessible from
browsers on any multimedia device. Standards work is emerging to make
this equally possible on a global scale for both mobile and wired
devices. Thus the IETF is focusing on multimedia transport and
codecs, while a proposal in the W3C is focusing in the APIs for Web
apps for real-time voice and video, also known as RTC Web. While many
voice media specific features of the RTC Web will be inherited from
SIP VoIP, for the video part, discussions are still underway,
especially on the video codec selection.
The tutorial will be given by Alan Johnston and Henry Sinnreich who
have played key roles in specifying the SIP standard and who are now
participating in the standards work for the RTC Web. The tutorial will
provide the essentials about real-time communications over the
Internet using SIP VoIP and peer-to-peer VoIP, as well as the Web, its
apps and its new communication styles.
An up to date briefing on the emerging standards will be provided by
the authors who are active participants in the process.
Co-Founder Crossfire Media
4G Wireless Evolution Community Developer
1940 Commerce Street,
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
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