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Activity report – SIPit 19

SIPit 19 took place Oct 16-20, 2006 at the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (www.iol.unh.edu). There were 140 attendees from 73 companies visiting from 16 countries present. There were 79 teams and 90 distinct implementations. The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory did a spectacular job of providing a rock-solid network for us to…

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Activity report – SIPit 18

160 people from 16 countries attended SIPit 18 with 73 different SIP implementations. A short summary of some of the capabilities of those implementations follows: UDP 73 TCP 53 TLS 30 SCTP 6 SRTP 10 (7 use sdes) rport 36 GRUU 5 outbound 2 connect-reuse 6 IPv6 19 Full 3263 25 3263 – no naptr…

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SIP Forum SIPIT17 Interoperability Test Event A Huge Success

Companies hold interoperability test of SIP-based products and prove maturity of the SIP standard during SIPit17. Stockholm, Sweden (October 25, 2005) – Hotsip AB (www.hotsip.com), a leading SIP Application Server provider, announced today the successful completion of the SIP Forum’s 17th SIPit (Session Initiation Protocol SIP Interoperability Test Event), which was organized by Hotsip in cooperation…

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SIPit 16 Test Event Mirrors Industry Concerns, Issues

Testing Spotlights Security, Multimedia Technologies – SIP Forum Event Hosted by Jasomi Networks BANFF, Alb., Canada (May 3, 2005) — The SIP Forum is pleased to announce that the recent SIPit test event, the 16th in the series, addressed some of the most pressing questions in the voice-over-IP industry today, particularly security and multimedia communication.…

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SIP Forum names Rohan Mahy as Chair of Newly -Formed Technical Working Group

Stockholm, Sweden (Feb 4, 2005) – The SIP Forum is pleased to announce that Rohan Mahy has accepted a position to lead a new SIP Forum Technical Working Group charged with bridging the gap between IETF specifications and industry practices. Mahy is co-chair of both the IETF SIP and SIPPING working groups, as well as…

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Chairperson nominations for Forum Technical Working Group open

Dear SIP Forum members: Recently the SIP Forum Board of Directors consolidated the disparate technically-oriented activities of the Forum into a new working group called the Technical Working Group (WG/TWG). The charter of this working group, and Information about the proposed scope of the working group can be found here. The Board is now seeking…

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2004 SIP Forum General Meeting Results

BOSTON, MA, USA (October 20, 2004) — The SIP Forum today announced the successful conclusion of its annual General Meeting. This meeting, required by the ByLaws of the organization, was held today simultaneously with the Pulver.com Voice on the Net (VON) exhibition in Boston. During the meeting, several items were accomplished: Financial review. The Chairman…

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SIPit 15 Advances SIP Interoperability for Multimedia Applications

Wide range of “bugs,” interoperability issues addressed at leading test event for important voice-over-IP standard. TAIPEI, Taiwan, and STOCKHOLM, Sweden (September 8, 2004) – The recent 15th SIPit (www.sipit.net) interoperability event, the leading test and development sessions for the voice-over-IP community worldwide, further advanced the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) standard, addressing a wide range of small…

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SIP Forum Releases SIP Test Framework

STOCKHOLM, Sweden (July 30, 2004) – In response to demand for SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) device interoperability, the SIP Forum (www.sipforum.org) announces completion and release of its first SIP test suite, called the SIP Forum Test Framework.This SIP Forum Test Framework (SFTF) v1.0, is being released as open source. In order to obtain future open-source community…

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