Socket Sends Representative to International Research and Development Conference
Socket participated in an international research and development conference in Washington D.C. Its goal: to continue to operate on the leading edge of telecom and Internet technology.
The conference, called SIPNOC for Session Initiation Protocol for Network Operations Centers, focuses on the advancement of Internet Protocol or IP communication products and services. Brian Taylor, Socket’s Outside Network Administrator attended the three-day conference among the top minds in technology world.
Taylor helps manage Socket’s network, troubleshoots problems and researches and develops new technologies. During this conference, Taylor participated in discussions about the challenges of deploying and implementing SIP-based communications technology, and learned about best-practices and strategies which enable successful and profitable operation of SIP-based services and application.
SIP is a form of VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) that can, for some businesses be a cost-effective alternative to traditional telephone service. Businesses can also utilize SIP to route calls between extensions at different location. Learn more about SIP.