SIP brings us the next big step in Internet usage

Real-time person-to-person communication is the next big step of Internet usage. SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is the Internet standard for such communication.

SIP is an Internet protocol for live communication between persons. It is a signalling protocol used for establishing sessions in an IP network. A session can be a simple two-way telephone call or it can be a collaborative multi-media conference session. The ability to establish these sessions means a host of innovative services become possible, such as instant messaging, presence, voice and video communication, data collaboration, application sharing, and much more.

Some of the features available with SIP communication.

Just like HTTP created the web and SMTP created email, SIP is creating the next big use of the Internet; real-time communication between persons. SIP is also the protocol of choice when making new IP telephony (VoIP - Voice over IP) installations, which is evidenced by its support from Microsoft, MCI, AT&T and many others.
     
 
Learn more about SIP
SIP User Scenarios - Examples of typical SIP user scenarios.
Learn more about SIP - How does it all work? What kind of SIP clients can I use?
SIP FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions about SIP.
The SIP Switch - The SIP Switch software add-on to the Intertex Internet Gate combines the best of POTS, VoIP and SIP.
 

 

 


 

   
Get Started!
4 steps to get started with VoIP++ - Learn how easy you can start using SIP based commnications to save money and make your communications more effective.
Get PSTN connectivity - Easily connect SIP clients and hardphones to the plain old telephone network using the Internet Gate. Setup dialplans, do least cost routing, setup virtual foreign offices etc.

More info:
SIP and the Internet Gate - Learn what you can do with your Internet Gate.
SIP Clients - Learn how you set up hardware and software SIP clients.

SIP Switch - Get started with the SIP Switch.