Sonus Introduces New SIP Trunking For Dummies and Session Management For Dummies Reference Books

SonusNetworks_Logo.gifSonus Networks has again partnered with John Wiley & Sons, Inc., the publisher of the For Dummies book series, to produce two new books on how companies can take advantage of the transition to SIP based communications environments. These new books are:
  • SIP Trunking For Dummies, Sonus Special Edition (Wiley, 978-1-118-48767-9, September 2012)
  • Session Management For Dummies, Sonus Special Edition (Wiley, 978-1-118-47072-5, September 2012)
Both books are available today and complement the Session Border Controllers For Dummies, Sonus Special Edition (Wiley, 978-1-118-37742-0, May 2012) book released earlier this year.

SIP Trunking For Dummies overviews how SIP trunking, and the move to VoIP, can collectively reduce traditional enterprise telecom bills by up to 75%. A July 2012 report commissioned by Sonus and conducted by Webtorials, found that one in three enterprises have deployed SIP trunking with an average cost savings of approximately 33%.

Session Management For Dummies outlines how a SIP based environment can be leveraged to deploy applications like Unified Communications and video across disparate network environments. Recent Webtorials reports for Sonus found:
  • SIP-based Unified Communications infrastructure could reclaim 23% of the productivity lost on inefficient communications in large Enterprises.
  • VoIP (89%), Unified Communications (69%) and video conferencing (65%) are the most important types of media to be controlled via SIP.
Overcoming varied network topologies is a common challenge in many businesses and Session Management For Dummies offers the insight needed to start deploying communications applications in a manageable way across locations and devices.

To download electronic copies of SIP Trunking For Dummies, Session Management For Dummies and Session Border Controllers For Dummies, go to

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