Delivering Voice over IP Networks, 2nd Edition
By Daniel Minoli, Emma Minoli
Publisher: Wiley
Final Release Date: February 2003
Pages: 512

Develop cost-effective, long-term solutions for packetized voicewith this guide to the latest standards and practices

An increasing number of companies are taking advantage of Voiceover IP (VoIP) technology. Before implementing VoIP, companies mustdecide if the packetized voice should be delivered over Layer 2networks such as ATM or Frame Relay, or over Layer 3 IP networks.This comprehensive book presents the latest standards and practicesso you can determine which approach is best for your company.Drawing upon years of practical experience, the authors explore theunique engineering problems posed by running voice over aconnectionless network. They clearly explain the advantages anddisadvantages of IP versus traditional packet networks. This bookis a significant expansion of the authors' first edition, whichpublished in 1998 and had the distinction of being the first bookin the industry dedicated to this important topic of key interestto enterprise customers.

Along with several case studies, you'll find in-depth coverageof:
Advances in signaling protocols such as SIP, H.323, andMEGACO
Network architectures to support voice over IP
Performance and voice quality considerations
Technology and standards for low bit-rate vocoding methods
Compression and integration methods for IP transmissions
Advances in numbering techniques for Internet-era telephony suchas ENUM
Voice over IP technology for intranets, routed networks, and theInternet
Second-generation switching and the development of non-switchedalternatives
* Internet telephony servers and other support hardware

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