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To SIP or not to SIP?

Here’s a quick 30-second teaser for our upcoming webinar:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvGdzOC1QTs

Featuring Nick DiCiaccioTo SIP or Not to SIP

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a communications protocol used to create, modify, and terminate sessions with one or more users.

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) or H.323? Biscom offers an easy integration with both. The protocol you decide on in your network simply affects how your network will be managed.

With today’s IP solutions, IT managers and CIOs often have the flexibility to decide on an IP
signaling protocol that fits into their environment. The two big ones out there today are SIP and H.323.”

When companies are considering moving to an IP communication solution to replace their legacy telecom infrastructure, an important point to think about is the protocol that the IP based phones, fax servers and video servers will use to transport the calls across the IP network.  In the “old days”, this wasn’t much of a concern.  You invested in a PBX, employees got phones at their desks, and those phones connected back to the PBX using either analog lines or digital extensions with pre-set protocols. With today’s IP solutions, IT managers and
CIOs often have the flexibility to decide on an IP signaling protocol that fits into their environment. 

The two big ones out there today are SIP and H.323. Join us for this webinar to learn more about the pros and cons of each.

To SIP or Not to SIP: An Inside Look at IP Signaling Protocols                        
Wednesday, August 28th at 2:00 p.m. EST                                   
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Biscom offers an easy integration with both SIP and H.323.  With today’s IP solutions, IT managers and CIOs often have the flexibility to decide on an IP signaling protocol that best fits their environment. 
This short webinar will discuss the pros and cons of each protocol to help you decide what’s right for your organization for the easiest IP integration.
Click here to register for this webinar »

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