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Internet Multimedia Communications Using SIP: A Modern Approach Including Java® Practice (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Networking) 1st Edition
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This book helped me passed my Convergence+ and Security+ exam.
On with the quick review:
This is a must-have book for network engineers dedicated to improving their craft in IP Multimedia Communication, specifically working on SIP-based Softphones. This book has taught a non-programmer like me to deconstruct and analyze the internals of a Softphone, i.e the most famous Counterpath X-Ten Lite Softphone. Being a security guy, the chapter for Securing Multimedia Communications is an excellent introduction as well on how to implement SIP-VoIP Security starting from the network layer, the transport layer all the way to the application layer.
Obviously Rogelio's experience in the field is as wide as you can imagine which he was able to effectively discuss and present in this book in my humble opinion.
I am still using this book as reference on my desk when I deal with customers who would liked to integrate their sofphones or CRM with our proprietary predictive dialer.
Bottom line, a must have.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Author has done excellent job of explaining the complex topics. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about SIP and IP Multimedia. Read morePublished on July 29, 2010 by Mahesh V. Shah
A relatively expensive book but very useful for an expert to learn from or as a reference. The first few chapters are also useful as an overview of SIP for those who dont need to... Read morePublished on February 3, 2010 by Michael Elrick
Complete coverage of SIP related technology, from basics to more advanced topics.
Highly recommendable for people involved in SIP and IMS topics.