Ubiquity's open standards-based SIP Application Server, through UDN, is well positioned to enable service providers to capitalize on the abundance of talent and innovation in the open source community.
To support the SIP applications development community, Ubiquity has launched the UDN web portal located at https://developer.
Through UDN, Ubiquity will build on its history of leadership established through the SIP Center, a web portal focused on the commercial development of SIP.
The launch of the UDN builds on Ubiquity's developer strategy, following the recent announcement of Ubiquity's Appcelerator Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), developer tools for Ubiquity's "open" SIP A/S platform.
Ubiquity's SIP A/S is an "open", standards-based service creation platform that has been selected by carriers to enable the rapid development and deployment of a broad range of advanced communications services.
Ubiquity's SIP Application Server (SIP A/S) is the services deployment platform standard for the world's leading telecommunications carriers.
They have built robust and highly reliable applications, and now they can extend that functionality into SIP and H.
Jay: The industry has been quietly evaluating and testing offerings, and SIP is clearly establishing itself as the core protocol, just as TCP/IP became the de facto standard in data communications.
SIP will be the basis not only for cross-domain communications, but also for interoperability with end devices (e.
Take a look at how SIP is a key enabler within Microsoft's XP call and messaging desktop solution, which is designed to turn a desktop computer into a telephone.
SIP is a necessary component of forward-looking networks -- but it must also interoperate with legacy circuit switched networks.
It is this broader, and more pragmatic approach that sets our SIP solution apart.