In recent years, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) enabled telephony networks



In recent years, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) enabled telephony  networks have introduced a number of radical innovations in that way  that people use telephony in general, including allowing people to take  business-related calls seamlessly, even when they are not physically “at  the office”. Research the elements that comprise SIP and VoIP. Put  yourself into the position of a system administrator considering  updating your business’s landline telephony system. What elements of the  technology would you assign the greatest value? Would you even consider  using a VoIP telephony solution rather than a traditional landline? Why  or why not? If you have “real world” experience with VoIP, please  include a brief overview of that experience. If you do not have personal  experience of the technology, include an overview of a case study of  VoIP.

Based on your research, write a 3–5 page paper that researches the  concept of internet telephony, as well as providing an analysis and  comparison of several telephony technologies currently available.

Assignment Requirements

All papers must meet these standard requirements:

  • Paper follows APA formatting.
  • Length is 3–5 pages long not including references and cover page.
  • As you research the paper, ALL of the pages must have citations and references.
  • No more than three bulleted or listed points per paper.
  • Bulleted lists without substantial narrative included are strongly discouraged.
  • No more than one directquotation (of 40 words or more) per page from  a reference source and those quotes must be properly cited within the  body and in the references at the end of the paper.
  • References are required for all sources, and all figures and tables must be captioned in APA format.
  • Title page
  • Reference page


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