Enterprises in a variety of market segments today are on the hunt for next-generation communication and control solutions to boost applications like transportation control, public transportation monitoring and home automation.
The Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) – better known as SIP -- was originally defined as a protocol for creating and managing sessions. And though its main use is for telecommunication applications, its extensibility and flexibility features have made it useful for other implementations as well.
Although most non-telecom industries have been using proprietary implementations, lately there’s been a growing trend for implementing standard-based solutions. Learn more about available SIP-based options during a free Webinar, “Series 3: SIP Beyond Telecom,” hosted by RADVISION and held Nov. 18 at 10 a.m. ET.
Speakers Sasha Ruditsky, chief technology officer for RADVISION’s technology business unit; and Tsahi Levent-Levi, project director and community facilitator for RADVISION’s Technology Business Unit, will discuss the implementation of SIP in non-telecom applications. They’ll also educate developers, architects, product managers and all others involved in non-telecom market segments like healthcare about market trends on the horizon.
You’ll walk away with a better understanding on how you can benefit from a variety of professional services.