The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) API for J2ME - JSR 180 allows developers to initiate, respond, and handle SIP requests on memory-constrained devices such as mobile handsets. SIP APIs rely on the underlying CLDC Generic Connection Framework and follow the MSA security model. SIP applications allow functionality such as instant messaging, gaming, chatting, and presence. As the underlying mobile IP environment grows more sophisticated, the SIP API will allow MIDlets to take advantage of increased connectivity, allowing for constant real-time data updates.
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Getting Started with SIP API for J2ME (JSR 180) - This article presents an overview of SIP, the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) a signaling protocol used for establishing and controlling sessions on telecommunication networks based on the Internet Protocol.