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The IETF this week released an important new draft titled “Design Considerations for Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Overload Control” that is available at: Read More
In just 13 days, the 81st meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) will kick off up in the beautiful world of Quebec City in Canada. It will be the usual jam-packed week of meetings on the very wide range of topics covered by the IETF.
How will IPv6 impact telecommunications? Out at eComm 2011 two weeks ago I gave a talk titled “How IPv6 Will Kill Telecom – And What We Need To Do About It” and while the video won’t be online for some time, my slides are available. Granted, the particular style of presenting I use means that the slides themselves may not be as valuable without the narration… but you may find the links and issues raised to be useful:
We are very pleased to see today that the W3C has published CCXML (Call Control XML) as a formal “Recommendation“. Within the W3C standards process, this is the the highest level that a standard can attain and is the result of a great amount of work by a great number of people over many years. To celebrate, we have : Read More
The big news out of Google this week was their support of XMPP-Jingle as the “primary signaling” protocol for Google Talk calls to and from Google, iGoogle and Orkut. From the announcement by Peter Thatcher (my emphasis added): Read More