Packetizer Open Community Specifications

Packetizer Open Community Specifications (POCS) are specifications that define how to implement certain systems, protocols, or extensions to existing protocols defined by other standards organizations, including the IETF and ITU. POCS are community-driven and adoption is entirely optional.

Anyone is welcome to submit a document for publication as a Packetizer Open Community Specification if it relates to information technology, specifically in the areas of multimedia communication, web protocols, cloud computing, etc. Feel free to grab a copy of the template and we'll work with you to get your document published.

Packetizer Open Community Specifications
POCS Title
1 Using OPTIONS to Query for Operational Status in the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
2 Transmission of a Session Capacity Estimate (SCE) to Prevent Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Server Overload

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