SIP in the Press 2000
and 'Presence' Could Drive IP Telephony - Once Standards and
Interoperability are There, Scott Summerill, Sounding Board
Magazine, November 2000.
East, Young Industry, By Charlotte Wolter, Sounding Board
Magazine, November 2000.
IP Service Providers in Disguise, Doug Johnson, Sounding
Board Magazine, November 2000.
Buddy..., Computer Telephony, November 2000.
Dips Into SIP Telephony For Small And Mid-Sized Businesses,
Computer Telephony, November 2000.
Packages Session Management Suite, Computer Telephony,
Service Node 2.0 Enhanced Services Platform Offers VoIP Integration Via
SIP, Computer Telephony, November 2000.
Moving into Prominence for Applications, Protocol is Beyond Talking
Stage to Actual Trials and, Soon, Deployments, Vendors Say. Sounding Board, November
Tap Layer 7 Switching for VoIP, by Phil Hochmuth
Network World, October 23, 2000.
aboard the SIP bandwagon, Zdnet, Interactive Week online Sep. 25,
Phone Calling: Are We There Yet?", Zdnet, Anchor Desk, Berst Alert
Oct. 11, 2000.
Intros New IP Telephony Solution, for SIP-Based Services To Small And
Mid-Sized Businesses Internet Telephony, TMCnet, Sept. 16, 2000.
- Rumors And
Ruminations, Internet Telephony, October 2000. ("According
to my top-secret Redmond source, the company is embarking on a wholesale
change in its vision statement to a communications centric point of view
-- in part driven by its recent "Dot Net" initiative. Microsoft is
considering SIP-enabling the next version of NetMeeting, ...")
Service Creation, Computer Telephony, October 2000.
and evil in Atlanta, Telephony, Sept. 18, 2000.
As for softswitches, they are "being used for doing old proprietary
stuff," Eriksson said. "H.323 is the last dinosaur of the telcos, and
it's going to go away." Telia is expanding its intra-company trial of
SIP communications from the Swedish carrier's 27,000 employees to its
660,000 ISP customers. Working with Ubiquity Software, Telia will offer
a specially targeted SIP offering for teens.
- IP PBXs
scale for the enterprise, Network World Fusion, Sept. 18,
We found that Version 2 of the ITU-T's H.323 standard is the most widely
supported voice-over-IP standard today, with 88% of the products
supporting it (see Figure 4). However, H.323 does not appear to be the
long-term direction of the IP-PBX vendor community. Only 13% of the
products currently claim support for H.323 Version 3. ... [T]he big
trend is clearly toward Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), which was
published as an Internet draft document last year. While only 13% of
the products we surveyed support SIP now, more than two-thirds of the
vendors said they will implement SIP over the next year.
With Features Interoperability, Portability: The New Keys to
Success, Sounding Board, Sept. 2000.
Tests SIP-Based Enterprise Applications, Sounding Board,
SIP new promise of telephony, InfoWorld, Sept. 13, 2000.
Services Into the Infrastructure? It AIN't Right--Careful How You Fix
It!, Sounding Board, August 2000.
Gives Interoperability Another Push, Sounding Board, August
- SIP keeps standard time,
Telephony, Aug. 7, 2000.
to weigh instant messaging standards proposals,
News.com, Aug. 4, 2000.
out of instant messaging standard bake-off,
NetworkWorldFusion, Aug. 3, 2000.
first for SIP-enabled phone services, CWI Online, July 17,
- SIP: A
Carrier's Perspective, Computer Telephony, June 14, 2000.
Beyond SS7 Establishing Interoperability Between the PSTN and Packet
Networks, Sounding Board, June 2000.
the IP Pack - Will SIP Stand Alone or Share the Next-Gen Network,
Sounding Board, June 2000.
- SIP Rules!, Computer Telephony, May
2000. (part 2); on-line
Tail Wags the Dog, Happily -- SIP enables endpoints to control packet
telephony, tele.com, May 29,
long SIP at VON 2000 -- Protocol gains fans, powers live MCI WorldCom
demo, Telephony, April 3, 2000. diagram
- Untethering the
Traditional Carrier, Telephony, April 3, 2000.
Centrex -- Ready for a Starring Role?, Sounding Board, March
Logic Is It Anyway?, Network Computing, Feb. 21, 2000.
growth -- Hope springs eternal (almost) as everyone waits for
programmable networks to blossom, Tele.com, March 20, 2000.
a SIP, individual.com, March 9, 2000.
in the new millennium -- Cooperative efforts lead the way toward
converged PSTN/Internet, America's Network, Feb. 1, 2000.
- Cable IP
Telephony Ready for Trials, Sounding Board, February 2000.
by Henning Schulzrinne