SIP User agent vendors Innovative new stuff Product development guys in larger companies Techies Telco vendors pushing pure SIP (as opposed to IMS) Of course, exceptions, but here are some others I saw at VON Europe: Some telcos who think they have gotten it right Lots of “VoIP service provider in a box” vendors Marketing […]
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VON Europe: Many telcos stay at home…
More than half-way into VON Europe, an observation is that many telcos are notably absent. Are they tired of the IMS vs. pure-SIP discussions and just want to participate on their “home” arenas where they can concentrate on how to deploy IMS or implement Fixed Mobile Convergence?
Prague developers’ meeting
I realized I haven’t blogged about the developers’ meeting in Prague! It was a great success! We both had the scheduled meeting on Monday with presentations, and due to time-constraints we had another developers’ workshop on Wednesday (this was during the IETF meeting and many people were in town). Some even came back to Prague […]
VoIP vs SIP
Too many people think that SIP = VoIP. Then some say: hey, what about video?! But most people stop there. So, the consequence is that the blog world on VoIP now is starting to question whether the steam has run out of VoIP. Thomas Anglero blogs about this in Telecom’s Tsunami. However, as I wrote […]
Competing eco-systems, IMS, SER, Asterisk, who will win?
I have wanted to write this post for a while. For a long time I have been concerned about the competitiveness of the SER/OpenSER eco-system in the larger SIP picture. Let’s look at the big picture: SIP has been established as the preferred signalling protocol for real-time sessions like voice and media. It bears the […]