To SIP or not to SIP

By Incognito on November, 27 2012

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As a result, we are stuck with SIP devices that have similar capabilities but are not configured in any similar way. This difference in configuration between SIP devices has caused some of our engineers to wonder about the device manufacturers. Have they ever tried to work on these devices in a real environment, or with heterogeneous devices and vendors?

At Incognito, we’ve seen how frustrating it can be to deal with such a dizzying array of device configurations. To manage this, we’ve built our multimedia provisioning service (MPS) to try to manage multiple vendors under one umbrella and offer common ways of viewing these devices. This means that we’re always interested in finding new devices to discover how they work and how we can configure it. We love SIP, but when it comes to SIP phones, the industry as a whole has missed this one.

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