SIP services surge toward $150 billion

Services using the session initiation protocol will represent a $150 billion market by 2012, according to a recent report by ABI Research. SIP services, including VoIP, will rise on the installation of flat IP architectures and SIP application services in core networks. ABI also predicts 1.2 billion VoIP users by 2012, and says the SIP's growth will be driven by both wireline and wireless operators.

For more:
- check out this report at VNUnet

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- The SIP Forum recently launched its SIPconnect Compliance Program

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