EoIP, VoIP & SIP for Technical Audiences (Course N-EOIP)

It’s WebLive™, a Real Course, Taught Live on the Web, with Two-Way Interactivity
Not an Infomercial Disguised as Real Training

Date and Time: Nov 18-19; two 1/2 day sessions, each from 2:15 PM to 5 PM (US Eastern Time)

Cost: $425 (seats are limited, sign up now)


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Target Audience, Prerequisites, and Brief Description

This one-day course, offered live on the World Wide Web with two-way interactivity, is aimed at telecommunications professionals who wish to truly understand the move toward Everything over IP (EoIP), with an emphasis on one of its leading variants: Voice over IP (VoIP).

The course, taught in two half-day sessions, is a special WebLive™ version of our two-day traditional classroom course that has been presented numerous times worldwide and received many accolades. Beginning with a look at the macro drivers of EoIP, we will explore all that it makes possible. The last hour of the course will take a more in-depth look at VoIP and the engine that powers it, and much of EoIP, namely SIP, the Session Initiation Protocol. By the end of the course, you will see that a lot of what sounds like hype and futuristic theories is actually real right now or, if not, it will be shortly.  You will go away from the course having broadened your EoIP horizon and significantly enhanced the way you approach IP. Taking advantage of the interactive capabilities of our WebLive™ system, we will allow plenty of time for audience polling and questions/answers.

Meet the Presenter: James P. Cavanagh

james-cavanagh.pngJames P. Cavanagh, a Principal Member of the Eogogics Telecommunications Faculty, spends most of his waking hours helping clients understand how they can cost- effectively and securely harness the rapidly growing power of IP-based services and how they can future-proof their communications. His clients include government agencies, service providers, carriers, and others.

Responsible for teaching the Eogogics courses on NGN, IMS, EoIP, SIP, VoIP, Mobile IP, IPSec, IPV6, MPLS, SNMP, and other networking technologies, he is renowned for his ability to explain complex ideas in terms that are easy to understand as well as entertaining and allows them to be put to work immediately. His rich career has spanned X.25 and ISDN to Web 2.0 and Unified Communications. He has written or edited half dozen books and hundreds of articles and white papers. He has designed very local and very global networks for organizations ranging from schools and universities to international energy giants.  Jim is more eager than ever to leverage Eogogics’s bidirectional WebLive™ platform to continue the ongoing conversation on these very important and still evolving topics. Read detailed bio…


Detailed Course Outline

  • Introduction: Macro Drivers and Changes
    • Human Communications 2009 and Beyond
    • Productivity and Business Transformation
    • Risks and Rewards
    • Changing Business Models
    • Global Trends
    • Life beyond the Triple Play
  • Multimedia Services
    • Speech-to-Text
    • Text-to-Speech
    • Translation-Machine
    • Video Conferencing
    • Voice
      • VoIP
      • IP Telephony
    • Unified Communications
    • Telepresence
    • Rich Media Conferencing
  • Internet Services
    • Quality of Service (QoS)
    • Quality of Experience (QoE)
    • Policy and Policy Enforcement
    • Data/Mobile Data/Wireless Data
  • Communications Services
    • Presence
    • Preference
    • Personalization
    • Messaging
      • Instant Messaging
      • Short Message Service (SMS)
      • Unified Messaging
    • Location Based Services
    • Mobility/Extension Mobility
    • Digital Signage/Digital Billboards
  • Entertainment Services
    • Infotainment
    • IPTV
    • Personal Video Recorders (PVR)
    • Slingbox
    • Video on Demand (VoD)
    • Wireless Video
  • SIP Overview
    • Key Terminology and Functions
    • Basic Protocol Functions
    • Call Set-Up/Negotiation
    • Media Exchange
    • Call Tear-Down
    • Session Description Protocol
    • Negotiation Options
    • SIP Servers
      • Proxy Servers
      • Redirect Servers
      • Location and Directory Servers
      • Registration
      • Locating SIP Servers
    • SIP Messages and Procedures
      • Message Structure
      • Requests and Responses
      • Addressing
      • Completion/Error Codes
    • Basic Call Flows and Service Examples
      • Media Streams/Packets in SIP Sessions
      • RTP/RTCP
      • Media Coding
      • Session Description Protocol (SDP)
    • Gateways and SIP Trunking (SIP-T)
  • Homework: SIP Call Flow Internals with WireShark
  • Wrap-up:  Q/A and Learning More about EoIP, VoIP, FMC, IMS, SIP