October 04, 2012
Sonus Releases New SIP Trunking and Session Management 'For Dummies' Books
By Rory Lidstone TMCnet Contributing Writer
Sonus Networks (News - Alert) has today introduced two new books, in conjunction with John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated – SIP Trunking For Dummies, Sonus Special Edition and Session Management For Dummies, Sonus Special Edition.
These reference guides are, like all books in the 'For Dummies' series, meant to act as a guide for readers of any level to their specific subjects.
"For Dummies allows us to take an easy-to-understand approach to technical matters our customers face each day," said Wes Durow, vice president of Global Marketing at Sonus. "These books serve as a pathway as to how businesses and service providers can take advantage of SIP-based communications environments to reduce costs and add capabilities like video and Unified Communications (News - Alert)."
SIP Trunking For Dummies largely focuses on the cost-saving benefits of IP communications, outlining how SIP trunking and the move to VoIP can reduce enterprise telecom bills by up to 75 percent compared to traditional telecommunications services. Session Management For Dummies, meanwhile, delves deeper and demonstrates how a SIP environment can be leveraged to deploy applications like unified communications and video across disparate network environments.
Together, these two books, not the first For Dummies titles from Sonus, can help businesses unify complicated network setups, making communications applications more manageable.
Currently, Sonus Networks is participating in TMC's ITEXPO (News - Alert) Austin 2012 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, both as an exhibitor, at booth #901, and a Platinum Sponsor. Today at the event, the company introduced its Sonus Harmony Architecture, a SIP-based applications delivery and network unification architecture which can coordinate disparate communication elements to create a unified communications environment.
Also at ITEXPO today, Sonus president and CEO, Raymond P. Dolan, delivered a keynote speech entitled “Unifying Unified Communications: Increasing Productivity by Working Smarter, Faster & More Collaboratively.” TMC's Paula Bernier (News - Alert) covered this keynote address here.
Edited by Braden Becker