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Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a signaling protocol for establishing sessions in an IP network. But if you are like most of us, that means nothing to you. In layman's terms, SIP is a method by which various computers can talk to one another so that they can complete voice calls. The protocol is increasingly being adopted asrepparttar standard means by which computers communicate to facilitate VoIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol. So you can imagine SIP as a common language for new generation operators to speak to connect calls. However, there are no operators there is only your computer (or other hardware) and that ofrepparttar 149439 person you are speaking with. That brings this introduction to some ofrepparttar 149440 many benefits of SIP communication.

The goal of SIP was to provide users with many ofrepparttar 149441 functions and features they typically expect with making phone calls, such as familiar rings, hearingrepparttar 149442 ring back tone when a call is placed, andrepparttar 149443 process of dialing a number. SIP goes beyond this however, also implementing a number of advanced features. Despite itsí convenient interface that mirrors that of a typical telephone call, SIP is based on an internet protocol rather than that ofrepparttar 149444 telephone industry. Because of this, SIP is able to work seamlessly alongside other internet based protocols. This has allowedrepparttar 149445 technology to uniquely establish a user location, meaning that you can tellrepparttar 149446 IP address or "location" from which a person is making a call, something vital for offering emergency services. It also allows for coordination amongstrepparttar 149447 various participants in deciding upon what call features will be supported, as well as providingrepparttar 149448 protocol for call management which allows for adding, dropping, or transferring call participants.

One ofrepparttar 149449 most exceptional benefits of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is its application with Private Branch Exchange (PBX). A private branch exchange is a private telephone network used within an enterprise in which users share a certain number of outside lines for external telephone calls. This provides a significant cost savings torepparttar 149450 company because it allows companies to quickly and easily make calls within their institution, as well as save by limitingrepparttar 149451 number of external phone lines that must be maintained. SIP can extend these cost savings dramatically by offering users free long distance calls worldwide. Once again, because SIP is internet based rather than running over traditional telephone lines,repparttar 149452 cost of call transmission are as cheap as say sending an e-mail, that is to say, Free! While PBX is already an efficient use of office resources incorporating SIP into a PBX means taking such savings and capabilities to a new level. Incorporating SIP gives usersí access to free interoffice communications, long distance calls, as well as huge savings in setup and transaction costs. These transaction cost savings are due torepparttar 149453 fact that SIP is based on internet protocol allowing forrepparttar 149454 ability to physically move phones without any need for rewiring or new setup costs. Because thatrepparttar 149455 system is peer-to-peer rather than cog and wheel like hardwired telephony means that there is no complicated setup necessary, but rather users can simply plugrepparttar 149456 phone into any available broadband connection and withoutrepparttar 149457 need for any complicated hardware or software, calls are ready to be made and received.

Analyze your privacy vulnerability!

Written by Alexander Rodichev

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June 27, 2005 For Immediate Release

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