SGCP


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SGCP

SGCP

(Simple Gateway Control Protocol) The first IP telephony protocol to use a master/slave relationship with a softswitch as the master. Proposed to the IETF by Christian Huitema, SGCP is simpler than H.323. See MGCP/MEGACO.
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The SGCP is a joint venture between Bandanna Energy and AMCI (Alpha) Pty Ltd (AMCI), and is managed by a wholly owned subsidiary of AMCI, Alpha Coal Management Pty Ltd.
A Cultural Heritage Management Plan Agreement between SGCP and the W & J People was agreed and executed in July 2011 and approved by the Department of Environment and Resource Management in August 2011.
Bandanna's Managing Director, Dr Ray Shaw, said "AMCI's decision to vest to its full 50% participating interest in the SGCP demonstrates its confidence in the viability of the project.
1, MGCP, SIP, SGCP, Cisco's SSP and most major codecs) and provide unrivaled detail and accuracy for measuring and metering multi-media (voice, video, data) streams on 10/100 and Gigabit Ethernet networks.
323 protocol suite, and decodes of SIP, SGCP, MGCP, Cisco's SSP, and multiple video codecs.
323 version 2 and is an ideal platform for related emerging protocols including SGCP and MGCP, ensuring flexibility, scalability and interoperability in network deployments.
1 release is an enhanced SGCP protocol implementation that offers several custom calling features that are familiar to residential telephone users, such as call waiting, call forward, and return call.