SIP trunking, as you may already know, is a means of running your business phone calls via the internet rather than using traditional PSTN lines. Ultimately, all of our telephone networks will become IP-based, but many businesses are choosing to make the jump to SIP connections now in order to
In considering switching your business from traditional PSTN telephone systems to VoIP-based technology, you won’t go very far before you encounter SIP trunking. But what exactly is it and what does it do? In simple terms what SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunking does is to connect your premises to the
VoIP providers strive to insulate clients from problems with their new service, however, SIP trunking deployments are still prone to a number of difficulties. According to a 2018 report from SIP School, there has been little recent progress. 80% of enterprises adopting SIP trunking still experience some issues. Although we
If you have spent any time looking at telecoms options in the recent past, then you will almost certainly have come across the concept of SIP trunking. What SIP trunking does is to replace the old ISDN line you used to need to connect your PABX to the telephone network.
As with any technical discipline, the world of telecommunications has its own lexicon of buzz phrases and mysterious acronyms. One of these you are likely to encounter is SIP – short for Session Initiation Protocol – most often in relation to SIP trunking. But what exactly is it and what