SIP trunking is a term that is thrown around a lot in VoIP circles. It has become one of the most cost-effective VoIP options for business owners, especially those wishing to replace traditional telephone systems with modern communications. But what exactly is this service? What does it do? How does it differ from traditional VoIP or is it the same?
V1 VoIP has the answers for you!
SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol. It is an innovative method to establish phone-like communication over the Internet. SIP is a message which opens and closes calls in VoIP technology. Although SIP itself is a very small element of the whole calling process, many IP telephony devices feature this acronym to show their involvement with the Internet.
V1 VoIP offers SIP trunking to businesses which require a certain number of lines. With SIP trunking, your one internet connection can replace a bundle of physical cables which previously carried your company’s calls. V1 VoIP’s SIP trunking service is popular among businesses, as this kind of telephony endows small to enterprise businesses with a professional and reliable image.
What are the Benefits of SIP Trunks
The main advantage of using V1 VoIP SIP trunking is the money that you will save, and everyone loves saving money. The cost for V1 VoIP SIP trunking is considerably lower than that of traditional telephony. The trunks can be sold in increments of one, while Primary Rate Interface (PRI) channels come in 23 pieces at once. The entire concept of V1 VoIP SIP Trunking is to bring as much processes as possible online and reduce the need of hardware devices, like those used by large telephone companies. The softswitch architecture of the SIP service is very flexible and versatile. It allows accommodating customers’ changing needs very fast. Moreover, most of the operations are done from the provider’s premises; there is no need to send a ‘live’ technician onsite.
If you would like to learn more about V1 VoIP SIP trunking services, please contact a representative from the V1 VoIP team who will explain how we can save your business money while making your phone system state of the art.
Article publié pour la première fois le 19/02/2015