SIP.edu Working Group aims to interconnect academic institutes all over the world via VoIP/SIP. We had as special guest Phillipe Sultan from INRIA, the National Research Institute of France. He gave a comprehensive overview of their goals and achievements so far.
Most of the components used in SIP.edu deployments are open source. The first step was to make available existing user directory via VoIP. The email address is used as principal VoIP ID. In addition, local PBX extensions are made available on VoIP. So far, major universities and research institutes of US and Europe joined in SIP.edu project: MIT, Yale, Harvard, Columbia University, INRIA, more here ...
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