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The SIP Forum Announces FCC Chief Technologist Dr. Douglas C. Sicker Keynote Speaker for Inaugural SIPNOC Event

Dr. Sicker to address the worldwide service provider community on SIP technology and other technical advancements in IP communications NORTH ANDOVER, MA (January 25, 2011) – The SIP Forum announced today Federal Communications Commission Chief Technologist Dr. Douglas C. Sicker as the keynote speaker for the first annual SIP Network Operators Conference (SIPNOC), being held at…

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SIP Forum Launches SIPNOC for the Worldwide Service Provider Community

New two-day educational conference for service providers to focus on how to “make SIP work in the network” and address the key operational issues facing SIP in today’s telecom world NORTH ANDOVER, MA (January 11, 2011) – The SIP Forum announced today the SIP Network Operators Conference (SIPNOC), a new annual conference for the international service…

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SIP Forum User Agent Configuration Recommendation Ratified and Published as RFC 6011 by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)

RFC 6011 provides the guidelines for consistent and simple configuration of SIP-based end-point devices NORTH ANDOVER, MA, December 7, 2010 – The SIP Forum (www.sipforum.org) has announced that its User Agent Configuration Recommendation for the locating, retrieving and maintaining of SIP User Agents has been ratified and published as RFC 6011 by the Internet Engineering…

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SIP Forum Welcomes Georgetown University as New Academic Member

The SIP Forum is proud to welcome Georgetown University Department of Computer Science as a new Academic Member! Georgetown University’s Department of Computer Science consists of ten full-time faculty working in the areas of algorithms, artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, database systems, data mining, information assurance, information retrieval, machine learning, and non-standard parallel computing. Georgetown University is…

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SIP Forum and i3 Forum Launch Groundbreaking International Test Program for FoIP

Leading industry groups aim to improve global IP Fax transmission delivery with the first widespread FoIP testing program of its kind NORTH ANDOVER, MA (SEPTEMBER 8, 2010) – The SIP Forum (www.sipforum.org) and the i3 Forum (www.i3forum.org) announced a new testing program for Fax-over-Internet-Protocol (FoIP) services, aimed at identifying and qualifying transmission impairments and interoperability…

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SIPit 27 to be Held in Taipei, Taiwan – Registration is Now Open!

The SIP Forum is proud to announce that SIPit 27 – the leading SIP Interoperability Test event – will be held in Taipei, Taiwan on November 15th to 19th, 2010, and will be hosted by ETSI’s Centre for Testing and Interoperability and ITRI, the Industrial Technology Research Institute. For full details, and to register for…

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SIP Forum Releases Results from SIPit 26 in Kista, Sweden

Week-long interoperability testing event drew attendees from 28 companies in 15 countries; SIP security and IPv6 interworking highlight the 42 distinct implementations tested at the event NORTH ANDOVER, MA (July 7, 2010) – The SIP Forum has announced the results of its latest SIP Interoperability Testing event, SIPit 26, the world’s premier interoperability testing event for…

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SIP Forum and i3 Forum Partner to Promote Interoperability of SIP-based Carrier Services

Initial cooperation of leading technology industry associations to address global Fax over IP challenges NORTH ANDOVER, MA (May 19, 2010) – Leading technology industry associations the SIP Forum and the i3 Forum have joined forces to help spur the interoperability of SIP-based carrier services, including Fax-over-Internet-Protocol (FoIP) interoperability on a global basis. The two organizations…

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IPv6 Forum Joins SIPit 26 Team as Association Sponsor

With the recent partnership between the SIP Forum and the IPv6 Forum, the IPv6 Forum joins the SIPit 26 team as an association sponsor. The IPv6 Forum has been working with spreading the word about the need for migration to IPv6 for many years and have a mission to “advocate IPv6 by dramatically improving technology,…

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SIP Forum and the IPv6 Forum Forge Global Partnership to Promote Interoperability Leading Industry Trade Associations Join Forces to Accelerate Adoption and Integration of SIP and IPv6 Technology Solutions Worldwide

NORTH ANDOVER, MA and LUXEMBOURG (March 17, 2010) (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) – Leading technology industry associations The SIP Forum and the IPv6 Forum (www.ipv6forum.com) have joined forces to drive the deployment and interoperability of session initiation protocol (SIP) and Internet protocol version 6 (IPv6) related technologies and services. Under terms of the partnership, the two…

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