The market is wide open for VoIP resellers and private label VoIP service providers. SIP trunking services for cost effectiveness, flexibility and centralization of data centers as well as other cloud-based services are likewise fast catching up to meet the digital demands of both enterprise and small businesses.
SIP trunking means cost savings and opportunities for new capabilities, making corporate communications more flexible and purposeful. With SIP trunking, the complexities of old the systems can now be eliminated and a wide range of voice formats and multimedia options can now be used. This spells yet another golden opportunity for service providers and V1 VoIP resellers.
Infonetics, a well-known market research company, states that VoIP services reached the $50 billion mark in 2011. Similarly, SIP trunking revenues significantly leaped by 128%, unified communications services increased by more than 40% and hosted PBX revenues moved up to about 33%. Based on this figures, a continued migration to VoIP and a steady growth of the use of SIP trunking technologies is expected over the next decade.
SIP trunking is a relatively new technology but businesses and resellers are quickly seeing its full potential. This can be seen by how medium and large industries are successfully assimilating the technology. VoIP and SIP trunking are increasingly becoming a logical choice as businesses of all sizes and types depart from traditional telecom systems and embrace cost-saving and more flexible options.
So what do SIP services mean for our V1 VoIP resellers? The future of SIP services as a new communications tool is bright, not only in terms of costs but of functionality as well. As such, the SIP trunking market is wide open for V1 VoIP resellers. For people who are adopting SIP trunking, the prime reason the feature is requested is being able to experience new capabilities like managing call volumes more effectively and centralizing their communication resources with less costs. Specifically, businesses with multiple points of presence and large data networks can choose a given set of call capacity according to their needs and then remotely manage their calls from a centralized point.
SIP trunking is still a budding service but present trends also show that it indeed is a fertile ground for V1 VoIP resellers. Contact V1 VoIP now to add SIP trunking to your suite of services offered.
For V1 VoIP resellers, the popularity of SIP Trunks is largely due to the cost savings of SIP for customers, along with it’s increased reliability. For V1 VoIP resellers, the ability to resell SIP Trunks to connect to the traditional PSTN network is a great service to add to your solution portfolio.
Reselling SIP trunks allows your customers to replace these traditional fixed PSTN lines with PSTN connectivity via V1 VoIP SIP Trunking Service. This service allows those businesses that have a PBX installed to use VoIP outside the enterprise network by using the same connection as the Internet connection.
A SIP Trunk is primarily a concurrent call routed over V1’s IP backbone using VoIP technology. SIP Trunks are used in conjunction with an IP-PBX and are thought of as replacements for traditional PRI or analog circuits. SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol and is widely used for controlling multimedia communication sessions such as voice and video calls over Internet Protocol (IP). The protocol can be used for creating, modifying and terminating two-party (unicast) or multiparty (multicast) sessions consisting of one or several media streams. The modification can involve changing addresses or ports, inviting more participants, and adding or deleting media streams. IT allows for video conferencing, streaming multimedia distribution, instant messaging, presence information, file transfer and online games.
Have you waited long enough to begin reselling SIP trunks and SIP trunk service? Don’t wait any longer. Contact a member of the V1 SIP team today.
The V1 VoIP SIP platform allows resellers to reach their target customers and manage their services and solutions with ease. Our proprietary VoIP Portal makes it simple to create and manage new and existing accounts for the reseller end users.
You can create as many users as you like, and manage the user accounts independently from your wholesale balance with us. Our SIP Trunking solutions is affordable for businesses of all sizes as you pay only for the actual minutes that you consume. For calling card services you will need to purchase DIDs, which we can provide you with from over 9,000 rate centers from all over the world.
Don’t be fooled by V1 VoIP’s competitive prices. We run on a robust and expertly managed platform and offer features to SIP resellers which include:
* Fully hosted platform that requires no additional equipment or software in your premises.
* Use any DID/DDI PSTN access provider you like, in any country.
* Compatible with any SIP-compatible (RFC 3261) gateway or user device
* Real-time charging of pre-paid or post-paid accounts
* Complete control of all service parameters:
* Create your own rate table and surcharges
* Create unlimited PIN accounts (ANI accounts fully supported as well)
* Create unlimited User accounts
* Delegated administration allows you to assign specific tasks to your staff
* Online management tool for your customer service agents.
* Online reporting tools for trouble-shooting and problem diagnosis.
* Easily customizable
* Support for multiple languages and currencies.
* Customizable voice prompts allows you to create a uniquely branded service
* Support for open source SIP developers
* Accept online payments using Paypal or credit cards using our secure server.
Take a free demo tour of the V1 VoIP SIP reseller platform, by contacting a V1 VoIP SIP representative right now!
A SIP address is a lot like an email address in that it also serves as a locator of the user. SIP addresses even look similar to email addresses. Like email addresses, they are comprised of two parts: a username, and a domain. For example, if your name was Tom, you might have the following identical SIP and email addresses:
SIP communication would be routed to Tom at his SIP address sip:firstname.lastname@example.org as email would be sent to Tom at his Email address mailto:email@example.com.
What a SIP Address Is
Your SIP address allows you to participate in SIP based communication over the Internet. SIP can be used to initiate a variety of communication formats ranging from a phone call to collaborative conferences over existing Internet connections without the need of traditional telephone services.
What makes SIP even more powerful is that it is personal like an email address. While a telephone number is registered to a specific device, a SIP address follows the person it belongs to. This gives SIP users access to new features that standard landline telephone services simply do not offer. With the increasing prevalence of Internet telephony in the corporate and consumer markets comes the gradual migration from the use of telephone numbers to the use of SIP addresses.
How to Get a SIP Address
The easiest way to obtain a SIP address is by creating an account with an online service. Like creating an email account with Google or Yahoo, you will be provided with an address (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com). However, your SIP service provider may allow you to create SIP addresses within your own domain as well (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org). As a SIP providers, we at V1 VoIP allow customers to use the registered domain name of their companies to create SIP addresses free of charge.
People using standard telephones can reach you on your SIP address, all you need is a regular telephone number which forwards to your address. If you want to call people who are using regular telephones, your SIP service needs the ability to call out to regular telephone numbers, and V1 VoIP can provide you with one or both of these services.
Want a SIP address? Contact V1 VoIP to obtain your SIP address today!