November 9, 2009
The appointment of Jonathan Rosenberg
as Chief Strategy Officer adds a new wrinkle to a career that started in "The Labs" and now moves beyond Cisco. He has followed voice to app side all his career, and now he is at the right place to look at the application of all he knows.
Candidly, I was feeling like all the can SIP save Skype discussion was a waste of time. My thoughts were that the courts were going to be the place where this got settled and not in the standards bodies.
However, I was mistaken. While I believe much of the knowledge about NAT traversal came from the capabilities embedded in Paradial, the world was off chasing the use of SIP as a solution.
Upper management found a strategy at a deeper level. Namely to make it so that Skype now had the benefit of Jonathan (Prior Art) Rosenberg.
If ever there was someone who had been looking at the issues of NAT traversal Jonathan has been the guy. From the development of MIDCOM, STUN, ICE, TURN and of course SIP, Jonathan has been there.
Mind you, the addition of another Jonathan at Skype also indicates where the company is heading even after being acquired. You can think of Jonathan as being at the beginning of SIP coming somewhat full circle. From adapting the Web model to telecom to now guiding the SIP model into the Enterprise, Jonathan is going to be well positioned.
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