SIP VoIP for Business Applications

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Session Initiation Protocol is an application layer control simple signaling protocol for VoIP implementations that use the redirect mode. SIP provides the necessary protocol mechanisms so that the end user systems and proxy servers can provide different services. Some of the SIP VoIP services include:

1) Call forwarding in several scenarios.
2) Calling number identification.
3) Personal mobility.
4) Calling authentication.
5) Invitations to multicast invitations.
6) Basic Automatic Call Distribution.

SIP addresses can be embedded into web pages and therefore integrated as part of other implementations such as “click to talk”. SIP using simple protocol structure provides businesses with fast operation flexibility and multiservice support.
VoIP phone systems require the use of SIP phones. A software-based SIP phone is a program, which makes use of your computer's microphone and speakers.

SIP VoIP provides a reliable mechanism. It creates, modifies and terminates sessions with one or more participants. These sessions include Internet multimedia conferences and Internet telephone calls. Members in a session can communicate using multicast or using a mesh of unicast relations or a combination of these.

The benefits of SIP VoIP are clear. This technology allows businesses to easily connect with others, which keeps them ahead in a competitive market. This is the reason that there have been a ton of different businesses that have decided to implement these great features into their VoIP communication system. All businesses will be able to benefit from tese incredible features.
DrVoIP represents a team of Cisco, ShoreTel and Microsoft certified engineers led by a recognized industry leader with 40 years of telecommunications experience.

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