SIP Trunking for Business
Getting a converged voice and data on a single easy to manage trunk.
By Utilizing network capacity better, you can improve the ROI on your communications network options. With SIP trunking from the nations largest providers, you can get Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Voice over IP (VoIP) trunking that will integrate you voice and data into one single network. This will enable you to optimize your business network capacity and increase the flexibility of your existing PBX or key system investments.
Our SIP Trunking Solution’s
Will help you get the most out of your current telecom equipment. By converging both you voice and data lines onto a single IP-based trunk, SIP will help you handle more traffic as well as :
- Obtain a better utilization of your network capacity by using unused bandwidth
- Benefit from voice compression technology which transports more voice traffic on the same size circuit, with no loss of call quality
- SIP trunks work with and support connectivity with IP PBXs, Key systems and traditional PBXs systems.
- Dynamically allocate bandwidth to allow for variations in call volume and data usage such as seasonal demand, new product launches, batch jobs, etc.
Improve cost-effectiveness with SIP Trunking
Take advantage of the cost efficiencies that come with consolidating voice and data with SIP.
- Single streamlined, updated network is faster, more secure and easier to manage; fewer connection points means fewer delays
- Reduced costs and billing complexities associated with separate voice lines, phone numbers, and providers
- Centralization of services reduces the need for physical equipment in individual locations
Invest in your systems future with SIP Trunking
Prepare for the next generation of your network. SIP Trunking replaces the physical voice lines with virtual ones, which should make your network more efficient and intelligent. New applications and capabilities such as IP conferencing, instant messaging, mobility and “presence” are easy to incorporate once you have moved to a SIP providers network.