SIP Trunking - bringing voice and data together
What is SIP Trunking?
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a communications ‘standard’ that’s becoming universally adopted for business communications across the globe. SIP Trunking uses this standard to allow VoIP (Voice over IP) calls to be made to and from traditional phone lines, across a data network.
Because SIP Trunking is able to consolidate voice and data traffic over a single network connection, you no longer need to split out your voice and data traffic, which can deliver considerable cost savings.
Our IP Site Connect product lets you get the most out of your network investments by delivering business voice over our Managed or Unmanaged IPVPN service..
We can connect to a range of IP PBXs and other equipment Just contact us to find out more.
Why use SIP Trunking instead of ISDN30?
SIP Trunking is the evolutionary successor to ISDN30, offering the following benefits:
- SIP is now the standard on which IP PBXs are built. By deploying our SIP Trunking service, you can avoid having ISDN30 circuits at each site, and be assured that you are future proofing your business for Unified Communications.
- Any spare connectivity capacity can be used for Internet access and WAN connectivity.
Your networking requirements
Peaks and congestion can occur with many networks, so to make sure call quality remains consistent, your LAN or WAN should be QoS enabled, end-to-end.
We’ll manage your migration to IP Site Connect to avoid any interrupted service for your business or organisation.
Want to know more about SIP Trunking? To see how you can cut costs by bringing your voice and data together, get in-touch with us: