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Title : Supporting Mobility for Multimedia with SIP
Author(s) : F. Vakil et al.
Filename : draft-itsumo-sip-mobility-multimedia-00.txt
Pages : 33
Date : 17-Nov-00
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is rapidly gaining widespread
acceptance as the signaling protocol of choice for fixed and mobile
Internet multimedia and telephony services. This document focuses on
how one can utilize SIP to support real-time multimedia applications
of roaming users on an end-to-end basis from users' terminals without
reliance on network elements.
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