16 March 2007


One of my colleagues in the TSSG, Jonathan Brazil, has just posted a summary of his experiences getting client SIP software to work with IPv6 Jonathan Brazil's Weblog: IPv6 - How I got there.... Great that we got there, and great for him to share these details via his blog for us all to read!

IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) is a big deal in modern telecommunications, and is a core (but not the only) part of the TSSG's approach to converged communications services. On principle we try to develop everything we do as dual stack IPv4/IPv6 to be really ready for the next generation internet. This project is one example of this approach in practice.

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