What is SIP?

The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a signaling protocol for real-time media communications, such as Voice or Video over Internet Protocol. 

SIP is a text-based protocol with a message format that is very similar to HTML. With HTTP, the client sends a request to the server and a connection is established when the client receives a response from the server. Similarly, communication is established with SIP when a request (i.e.,"INVITE" ) receives a response or status update.

This protocol is the industry standard for Voice over IP (VoIP) and many other real-time media communication systems. Most current IP telephony systems use SIP as their standard protocol. 

All Brekeke products support SIP. In fact, our in-house engineers developed SIP stacks, SIP server (Proxy/Registrar), SIP applications (SIP IP-PBX), and the SIP SDK. In other words, all of our products are developed from scratch, right from the ground up! 

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