Some of the most complicated, acronym laden conversations I get into are with the people behind the protocols of VoIP. Actually the testing companies too can give you some mind-bending info on how you can mix the science of protocols while determining jitter levels that can affect voice quality.
But I digress. I really wanted to talk a bit about the recent SIPit event and more specifically that there have been 19 of these so far. Data Connection was a participant in the last event which was hosted by the University of New Hampshire Interoperability Laboratory.
According to Jonathon Cumming of Data Connection, the event was great as it allowed the company to test interoperability with the IPv6 implementation of their DC-SIP its carrier grade protocol stack. Here is some more information on Data Connection’s participation in the event and a link to SIP Magazine if you are interested in staying up to date on the world of SIP.