Since its birth in 1996, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) has grown up. As a richer, much more robust technology, SIP today is fully capable of supporting the communication systems that power our twenty-first century work and life.
This second edition handbook has been revamped to cover the newest standards, services, and products. You'll find the latest on SIP usage beyond VoIP, including Presence, instant messaging (IM), mobility, and emergency services, as well as peer-to-peer SIP applications, quality-of-service, and security issues—everything you need to build and deploy today's SIP services.
This book will help you
An elegant book. The author demonstrates good understanding of the subject.
If you just dabbled into SIP or want some nuggets of idea, here is your primer! Read more
I found this book very helpful, descriptive and a very good introduction to SIP and it's services.Published on March 3, 2008 by Simon John Xuereb
Very interesting approach to SIP had a lot of good information about what the future may bringPublished on April 2, 2007 by Mitchell B. Roberson
I am new to the SIP protocol and thisi book gave me exactly what i was seeking: a comprehensive explanation of the SIP architecture and the uses of SIP. Read morePublished on March 9, 2006 by Richard Layendecker
our new shinning star SIP in IP Telephony , book is nearly perfect to demonstrate the capabilities of SIP , good to follow inlink RFCs .Published on June 13, 2004 by fatih eyup nar