SIP Trunking

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Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is used in multimedia communications (both voice and data) over the internet or other private IP networks. It manages setting up, controlling, and terminating sessions. It’s a successful type of business communication system because it’s flexible, affordable, and scalable.

Now is an exceptional time to join the bandwagon if you’re just starting out or seeking to upgrade your current phone system.

Key Features

  • E911
  • Caller ID
  • Multiple DID Options
  • Toll-Free Numbers
  • Automatic FAIL-OVER ROUTING
  • Call Detail Records
  • Disaster Recovery

Frequently Asked Questions

Is SIP similar to VOIP?

Even though SIP and VoIP are seldom used interchangeably, they are not the same thing. VoIP stands for Voice Over Internet Protocol which is a general term that incorporates any phone call made over the Internet. VoIP contains a group of protocol technologies of which SIP is an example. In short, SIP is one of the special protocols that enable VoIP.

What is a SIP Channel?

Every SIP trunk can hold some SIP channels. A SIP channel is much like a telephone line. It serves one simultaneous incoming or outgoing call.

What equipment do I need to use with a SIP Trunk?

SIP Trunks can operate with a SIP-ready PBX. SIP Trunks can also run with regular analog or key systems with an Integrated Access Device or IAD.

Is E911 available for my phone numbers?

We incorporate e911 services for one address, and you can add extra addresses as required for systems crossing multiple locations.

 

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