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SIP Tutorial Presenters: Stephen Kingham [email_address] And Prof Dr Quincy Wu (aka Aaron Solomon) [email_address]
VoIP Basics Presenters: Stephen Kingham [email_address]
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In 1995 we got the standard H.323. This is a Video Standard from the Carrier world and is based on ISDN.
In June 2002 we got SIP from the Internet Standards body (IETF). It uses all the other Internet standards. Is Video, Presence, and Instant Messaging, plus more. Is extreamly simple (read “scary with potential”).
And we have some proprietary protocols/technology (read “painful”).