Articles by Mark A. Miller 

The VoIP Peering Puzzle�Part 22: Session Border Controller Architecture

These multifunction miracle devices handle much of the business of exchanging peered media traffic.

IPv6: What's In It for You?

The second part of this look at IPv6 explains the new protocol's capabilities.

Notes from Spring VON

The emergence of 'Net video, the trend to all-IP networks, and the need for infrastructure interoperability were hot topics.

News from Spring VON

A choice bouquet of product profiles plucked from the conference's trade-show exhibitors.

First Looks at Spring VON

A bustling show floor, a new tagline, new sponsors, and a bevy of workshops highlight the conference's kickoff.

The VoIP Peering Puzzle�Part 21: Industry Support for SIP Trunking

Organizations seeking the benefits of SIP trunking have broad support—from PBX vendors and service providers alike.

TheVoIP Peering Puzzle�Part 20: The SIPconnect Interface Specification

This is the 'fine print' that spells out explicit implementation requirements for enterprises and service providers.

The VoIP Peering Puzzle�Part 19: The SIPconnect Reference Architecture

This specification facilitates direct, SIP-based interconnects between enterprises and IP telephony service providers.

IPv6: Prime Time in 2007? (Part 1)

Dive into IPv6 with the first of a six-part series starting with its history and design criteria.

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