Description - SIP Demystified by Gonzalo Camarillo
SIP is essentially a simple protocol, but understanding why it's needed, what architectures it supports, and how it interacts with other protocols is key to deploying it. This book contextualizes SIP against its forebears and competitors. Because SIP is data network-based, the author provides important background in IP for engineers from the voice carriers. Other books provide the protocol anatomy and extensions; Camarillo's provides planning and implementation advice for commercial vendors. The book explains data networking programmes to telco engineers who are not necessarily IP-literate and provides a perspective on why and where SIP supplants H.323. It also outlines SIP implementations on the market in the form of single-line gateways, proxy servers, media gateways, Java toolkits, encoders/decoders and session authenticators.
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(231mm x 180mm x 19mm)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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Author Biography - Gonzalo Camarillo
GONZALO CAMARILLO is the Principal Systems Expert with the Advanced Signaling Research Lab of Ericsson in Helsinki, Finland. An active participant in the IETF's SIP Working Group since its inception, he co-authored several contributions on SIP-related matters. He is also a frequent speaker at VoIP conferences and the Ericsson representative in the SIP Forum. He received an M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Universidad Politecnica de Madrid and another M.Sc. degree, also in Electrical Engineering, from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. He is continuing his studies as a Ph.D candidate at Helsinki University of Technology.