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February 18, 2007

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» SIP Doesn't Need openID from VoIP User
We do have identification problems, but what we need to resolve those is authentication on a server to server level within a multi-lateral peered "supernet" environment. [Read More]

» SIP Doesn't Need openID from VoIP User
We do have identification problems, but what we need to resolve those is authentication on a server to server level within a multi-lateral peered "supernet" environment. [Read More]

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