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V1 VoIP Answers Can I Keep My Old Phone System With SIP

So a few years ago you invested in a PBX phone system and now you want to upgrade to SIP Trunking. What you want to ask is do you have to give up that phone system you sunk all that money into for a new one? No! V1 VoIP can make it work without tossing it by utilization analog lines.

In order to keep that PBX system going, a gateway is needed to convert the SIP signal coming in from the Internet into an analog line, providing enhanced communication services via a broadband connection to the Internet. The gateway is placed in-between your ISP (internet service provider) and your PBX.

There are even a few advantages to keeping your current PBX system and adding SIP Trunks to them. For starters you will save money two different ways: you won’t have to train employees on a new system and you won’t have to put any more money into your phone system. You will save time and money When you’re not using the phones, it manages your available bandwidth to use for your regular data applications when your employees aren’t using the phones.

Plus there are so many benefits to using V1 VoIP SIP Trunks to replace your analog lines. One of the best benefits of installing SIP Trunks is that you will be fully prepared for the future as it points to the ultimate end of analog circuits altogether and the rise of VoIP. You will be able to choose a local phone number anywhere from North America while maintaining a high business level of voice quality. Plus if you do decide to migrate to a hosted or premise phone system, you will be able to do so with ease and effortlessly provision new lines as needed.

Whether you eventually choose a premise based VoIP system, a hosted system or send your employees remote, you will be able to use your SIP trunks without interruption or upgrades. Contact V1 VoIP today or sign up now for more information about SIP Trunks and how they can work with your business phones system.

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Resell V1 VoIP SIP Trunk Service to Small Business

V1 VoIP offers resellers SIP trunk services to small and medium business owners looking to upgrade from landlineWhen it comes to small business owners upgrading their phone system, the majority haven’t made the switch to using SIP trunks yet, mostly because they don’t even know what a SIP trunk is. If you have been considering contact V1 VoIP about reselling VoIP services generally or SIP trunks specifically, now is the perfect time to let these small business owners know not only what SIP trunks are but the amazing things they can do for them.

SIP stands for Session Internet Protocol. When a SIP trunk is used, phone calls travel through the internet instead of a landline, meaning small business owners can expect to save money on their long distance phone calls. No landlines mean no physical wires, lower bills, and simple installation. Simply put, SIP trunks are the way of the future.

Obviously saving a small business owner money on their phone system will be immediately appealing to them during the sale process, but once V1 VoIP resellers tell them about what SIP trunks can do, there are so many more benefits SIP trunks provide for a business owner to fall in love with. Some of these benefits include flexible call routing, integrated voicemail, automatic failover, local number presence and the ability to significantly reduce the amount of channels used.

When a business owner makes a change for their company, the one thing they want is a smooth transition. This is where V1 VoIP resellers can shine. V1 VoIP resellers understand how important it is to understand their customer’s business and the flexibility they need depending on what they do, how they interact with customers and colleagues and have the flexibility to change it. This is where knowing the right platform to be used comes in and where V1 VoIP resellers guide business owners to having full control over it. V1 VoIP resellers will then determine how much bandwidth is going to be required for quality phone calls by figuring out how many call paths a business needs.

If you want to resell SIP trunk services tp help small businesses upgrade to the SIP trunking services that will help them run their small business much more efficiently, contact V1 VoIP today. At V1 VoIP, we only succeed when our resellers succeed so you know we will give you the tools to become a successful SIP trunk reseller.

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V1 VoIP Explains SIP Trunking for Resellers

V1 VoIP explains SIP and SIP trunking for resellersFor V1 VoIP resellers, SIP trunking is quickly becoming a go-to product to offer businesses from small to enterprise as it can save them up to 70% over traditional phone line usage. SIP trunking is completely replacing traditional and analog phone lines, instead combiming voice and data over a single circuit.

SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol and is a “signaling” system for connecting, monitoring and disconnecting connections across the internet. A SIP Trunk is a network interface device that recognizes SIP signals and can process these signals to other SIP devices. SIP Trunking is provided by a Softswitch or SBC-Session Border Controller which provides, among other things, signal processing, protocol conversion, transcoding conversion, call routing, QoS-Quality of Service, AAA-Authorization, Authentication and Accounting functions as well as switching control interface to and from gateways.

SIP is a telephony signaling protocol that is used to establish a “communications session or connection” such as a telephone call, IM-Instant Message, conference call or other type of communications on an IP-Internet Protocol network. SIP is a request-response protocol that operates like a “communications browser” protocol such as HTTP-Hypertext Transfer Protocol. SIP is the communications equivalent to such internet protocols such as HTTP and SMTP-Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).

Calls placed over the Internet are placed via a media gateway on the service provider’s network. SIP Trunking will work with old key systems or new IP PBXs, offering advanced VoIP features. Unlike PRI lines which contain 23 channels, SIP Trunking can be purchased in increments as low as one concurrent call, so businesses buy only what they need as they need it.

In an IP and traditional telephony network, for a voice call to take place, it is expected that the two telephones go through two different phases known as call setup and call processing. The call setup – the first phase – happens when the two telephones want to talk to each other. This phase takes charge of exchanging all the information needed to get these two phones through and can start the call. In call setup phase, SIP has gradually replaced the well-known H323 is widely used. When the call has been setup, the call processing phase will begin to transfer voice data back and forth between the two phones.

Offer SIP Trunking services to your business clients today. Contact V1 VoIP about our SIP reseller offerings.

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