What is SiP Trunking?
SIP Trunking refers to the use of VoIP to connect your premise based phone system to the Internet. A broadband or Internet connection replaces traditional, plain-old-telephone (POTs) or Primary Rate Interface (PRI) lines, allowing your organization to communicate more efficiently with better scalability. SIP Trunking may be utilized with virtually any PBX system, including modern IP based phone systems or older styled analog systems. The older systems may require an integrated access device (IAD) to bridge the SIP connection to your PBX. Either way, SIP Trunking will bridge your company to the modern communications cloud, helping connect all office and mobile users together.
Different Types of SiP Trunks
Standard SIP Trunking:
A standard SIP trunk delivers calls to the premise equipment and acts like a CO line. If the SIP endpoint is offline or cannot be contacted by our system, the system issues busy signals to the incoming callers.
Enhanced SIP Trunking:
An enhanced SIP trunk delivers calls to the premise equipment and acts like a CO line. If the SIP endpoint is offline or cannot be contacted by our system, the system provides an alternate predefined route for incoming calls. Examples are: routing calls to an Auto Attendant, other SIP trunks (at other locations), voicemail , or a Find-Me Follow-Me sequence. This disaster recovery feature is extremely powerful and flexible.
As a successful business, you’re constantly searching for the next big thing. Whether you’re a small business looking for the flexibility and cost savings of VoIP, or a mid-sized company looking for business continuity and flexible calling plan options, we’ll help you save up to 40% over your traditional telephone services. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is becoming the common signaling standard for your real-time communications that utilize VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). SIP enables you to seamlessly connect with your existing premise-based phone systems using our carrier class voice network. We’ll provide you with as many SIP Trunk groups as you need, with an unlimited number of unlimited call paths. Also, you’ll have the ability to bust up to ten additional call paths on demand for improved capacity planning.