Introduction to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) within Next-Generation (NG) Carrier Networks for Service Representatives

Geoff Myers

Category: VoIP

Length: 16 hours

Prerequisite: None


With wireless services and Internet connections crisscrossing the United States, soon legacy wireline services will be ancient history. Carriers have already begun their push to have an all-IP-based network by 2020. So, today’s provisioning service representatives must have a thorough understanding of cutting-edge solutions like VoIP and SIP, where the past and future come together. This course provides an in-depth overview of VoIP and SIP standards, architecture, components, hardware requirements, functionality, and integration with legacy systems.

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