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Unified Communications and Real-Time Communications (RTC) concern the integration of multiple communication modes, including email, chat, voice and video, using common identifiers (usually the email address) and multiple protocols (include SIP, XMPP, IRC and WebRTC)
 
Unified Communications and Real-Time Communications (RTC) concern the integration of multiple communication modes, including email, chat, voice and video, using common identifiers (usually the email address) and multiple protocols (include SIP, XMPP, IRC and WebRTC)
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For further details, see:
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* the [[VoIP]] packages in Fedora
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* the [[Features/FederatedVoIP|Federated VoIP and RTC]] objective delivered in Fedora 19
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* the [http://rtcquickstart.org Real-Time Communications Quick Start Guide]
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* the [[UnifiedCommunications/CommunityFacilities|Fedora community RTC facilities]]

Latest revision as of 14:38, 18 May 2015

Unified Communications and Real-Time Communications (RTC) concern the integration of multiple communication modes, including email, chat, voice and video, using common identifiers (usually the email address) and multiple protocols (include SIP, XMPP, IRC and WebRTC)

For further details, see: