Presentation on theme: "Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Panel Larry Amiot (Northwestern University), Chair Ben Teitelbaum (Internet2) Todd Needham (Microsoft) Orit Levin (Radvision)"— Presentation transcript:
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Panel Larry Amiot (Northwestern University), Chair Ben Teitelbaum (Internet2) Todd Needham (Microsoft) Orit Levin (Radvision)
How Do We Communicate? Telephone (home, work, & cell phone) Email Text messaging Data sharing (PowerPoint, applications, white board, desktop, etc.) Interactive Audio/video Real-time/on demand one-way Audio/video File transfer Ink- tablet PC
Questions? …but how do we know where to find the person we want to communicate with...and given the availability of my resources, which of the persons devices do I want to communicate with..and what is the address of that device..and how does the person control his active/inactive devices..and how do we authenticate people..and how do we bridge this between organizations
Enter the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) An emerging signaling protocol for: – Initiating, – Managing, and – Terminating data, voice, and video sessions Connectivity using IP May be extended to accommodate features and services such as: – call control services, – mobility, – presence, – interoperability with existing telephony systems, and – more
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