The anticipated surge in demand for Session Initiate Protocol (SIP) technology as a key building block for next-gen...
August 4, 2006
The anticipated surge in demand for Session Initiate Protocol (SIP) technology as a key building block for next-generation telecom services and enterprise networks is driving hundreds of technology suppliers into the SIP market with a wide and sometimes confusing array of products and solutions, according to the latest report published by the subscription research service Light Reading Insider.
The SIP Market: Trends, Opportunities, & Threats provides an assessment of SIP’s likely impact in the telecom and enterprise sectors.
It evaluates the drivers for the adoption of SIP, as well as the remaining obstacles that could hamper adoption of SIP by network operators and enterprise users.
The report also reviews the sorts of services being introduced and highlights some learning points for the different types of companies hoping to generate revenues from SIP.
Suppliers targeting the SIP sector include some of the tech industry’s biggest players, such as Alcatel, BEA Systems, Cisco Systems, Ericsson, Huawei Technologies, Juniper Networks, Lucent Technologies, Motorola, Nokia, Nortel Networks, Oracle, and Siemens.