I started this blog in 2006, at a time I was involved in the open source development of SIP Express Router and iptel.org. Back in 2007, I was quite optimistic about SIP and Web 2.0 technologies and how I expected innovation to happen with these two sets of protocols. Fast forward nine(!) years, and I can conclude that I was too optimistic :-) SIP and Web 2.0 technologies did … [Read more...] about Renaming Sipstuff to …just Stuff!
In my previous post, I started a series on the next-generation multi stream video architecture. In this post I will explain the way elasticity has completely changed how you should view audio and video flows in your network. But first, what does a real-time video communication solution consist of? Well, first of all you have the endpoints, or clients, in front of each of the … [Read more...] about Audio and video elasticity – make or break your network?
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 to him in a private email: "I have been looking forward to this. Let the … [Read more...] about VoIP vs SIP