Participate in SIPit

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The SIPit interoperability tests is an important meeting for everyone that develops realtime applications and servers using SIP. Register today.

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Participate in SIPit

  1. 1. Why you should participate in SIPit oej@edvina.net
  2. 2. 1. Improve your application • At SIPit you bring your application and put it to tests with a large set of other SIP implementations.You will get feedback that will improve your application.
  3. 3. 2. Find bugs before your customers find them • At SIPit, your application will be interacting with a large set of applications that your customers use, and put in situations you have not expected. Find the bugs first.
  4. 4. 3. Learn more • At SIPit you learn more about SIP and new things added to the SIP family of standards. You meet the people working with SIP in the IETF and can ask all your questions.
  5. 5. 4. Build a network • At SIPit you meet developers from a large set of companies working with SIP. You build a personal network that you can use when you get interoperability issues later on.
  6. 6. 5. Innovations
 happen here. • At SIPit, there’s room to discuss new ideas and explore new stuff. You spend one week in a room filled with innovative people working with real time communication. Get inspiration and immediate feedback.
  7. 7. Golden rule • Tests are confidential. You are in a safe environment for new and coming products.
  8. 8. What we test. • One-to-one and group tests • Based on the need of participating implementations • Basic 3261 call scenarios over IPv4 and IPv6 as well as new things like GIN, WebRTC, SIP Outbound, SIP identity and much more.
  9. 9. Short facts. • SIPit #31 is taking place in Nice, France, Sept 29 - Oct 3 2014, hosted by Etsi • Organized by the SIP Forum • We will include WebRTC-IT interoperability tests • http://www.sipit.net Register today!

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