Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) September 14, 2015 -- The Solveforce team will begin offering its VoIP SIP services to Columbus, OH, effective immediately. VoIP SIP service is a great technology choice for businesses.
VoIP SIP Advantages
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a protocol that initiates and manages interactive user sessions involving voice, video, instant messaging, and other such multimedia sessions. It is a 3GPP (Third Generation Partnership Project) signaling protocol. It is one of the major signaling protocols used in VoIP SIP (http://voipsip.org/).
SIP was developed by IETF MMUSIC Working Group in an initiative to create a more robust standard compared to the H.323, which is a current widely used standard for voice sessions. The need was to cater to the increasing demand put by services such as video conferencing, unified messaging, and voice chatting, which are now being implemented through Internet.
VoIP SIP (http://8voip.net/) is based on Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). It basically deals with embedding call setup and signaling features in networking elements such as user agents and proxy servers. The signaling and call setup can be used by IP-based communication system to support the call processing functions and features present in the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). SIP enables a VoIP application to have the same kind of high quality and reliability that traditional telephone systems can deliver. SIP adds quality and reliability to VoIP, which until recently has been associated with the term low cost alternative.
SIP handles the signaling part of a communication session. It serves as a carrier for the Session Description Protocol (SDP). SDP handles the media portion of the session. The transmission of voice and video content are done by the Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP). A SIP session thus involves packet streams of RTP. SIP is a part of the protocols involved in a multimedia session.
The major advantage of VoIP SIP (http://www.solveforce.com/advisory-services.html) is in its support for both IP and conventional telephone communication. Communication service providers can leverage on this protocol to interconnect conventional telephone and IP communication services. This especially sounds good for the vendors of VoIP telephony, wherein both the domains are involved. Owing to SIP's roots in HTTP, voice based application can also be seamlessly integrated with web services.
About Solveforce Ethernet Fiber Internet
Voipsip.org is managed by SolveForce, a Master Agency that offers its consulting services in Ohio, and has been providing business solutions since 2004. They are recognized all over the globe as a private ethernet & telecom consulting agency that offers OH advisory and auditing services for the telecommunications and Internet industry. Founded by Ron Legarski, this master agency has accomplished many awards and achievements. With high quality Columbus VoIP SIP telecom and ethernet fiber internet solutions to offer, the company’s future plans are to integrate even more cities and companies in their coverage areas and remain the leader in the telecom & internet solutions industry throughout Columbus.
SolveForce.com, LLC can be reached at 888-765-8301 via toll free or visit one of their real-time quoting websites at http://www.solveforce.com/ohio/.
Ron Legarski, Solveforce, http://solveforce.com, +1 (888) 765-8301, [email protected]