Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking allows businesses to combine voice and data traffic over a single network, reducing costs and simplifying IT management.
Until recently, most businesses had to manage two distinct networks. One for voice and one for data, as each functioned separately from the other. This distinction between networks is highly inflexible. This creates the need for multiple infrastructures, cabling systems, maintenance processes and subscription fees. This makes it increasingly difficult for businesses to expand and integrate new technologies.
Once considered an option exclusively for enterprise and multi-site organizations. Now, SIP trunking is rapidly becoming the new standard for network convergence and voice services across all sectors and business sizes.
Benefits of SIP Trunking
- Aggregation of Channels
- Easily Add Features
- Reduced Cost
- Improved Service
- Flexible Capacity