How Does SIP Trunking Work?

SIP Trunking
VoIP and SIP Trunking have become well-known buzzwords in the enterprise communication market, with many businesses switching over to the IP-based technology in order to take advantage of better service and lower prices. What started out as a geeky hobby for a few individuals and small startups 20 years ago, has quickly become the standard for voice communication in both the co...
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How to Extend the Life of Your Business Phone System with SIP Trunking

Business Phone System
Does your company still have either a non-IP or digital PBX phone system? When you make calls do they still go through traditional phone lines? If so, that is okay; you can modernize your existing Business Phone System with SIP Trunking. When you make calls through a traditional phone line (a copper analog line, for example), you may find that you reach your capacity quicker...
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Why your Company Needs a Business Phone System

Business Phone System
Many households these days have switched from landlines to mobile only. Even major telephone providers are moving away from copper POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service). Does this apply to businesses as well or do they still require a Business Phone System? In most cases, companies still benefit from Business Phone Systems. When paired with a modern alternative such as SIP Trunkin...
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What Features Should You Consider When Purchasing a New Business Phone System?

Business Phone System
It is important to know the limitations of your current Business Phone System. This way, when selecting a new one, you have a good idea of what features you need in a new one. SIP Trunking, for example, has important features not found in traditional systems. Below are some great features that your current system may not support: Common SIP Trunking Features Caller ID: Displa...
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What is the Relationship Between SIP and VoIP?

SIP and VoIP
While the terms SIP and VoIP are frequently used interchangeably, they aren’t the exact same thing. They are related, however. Put simply, SIP is a prevalent way of delivering VoIP service to customers and businesses. In other words, VoIP is a broad term that shouldn’t be interchanged for SIP. SIP Defined SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol. It is a type of protocol in...
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How to Have Successful Conference Calls

conference calls
Due to recent events, the amount of business conducted through teleworking and conference calls has increased. Unfortunately, conference calls can prove challenging due to distance and the amount of technology involved. This means that whoever is leading the call has to take care to keep the meeting on track and professional. There’s nothing worse than an awkward conference cal...
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What is the Difference Between PSTN and SIP Trunking?

PSTN
The PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) is the world’s circuit-switched phone networks. They are typically operated by either local, regional, or national telecommunications carriers. Put simply, it is the building block for all public telecommunications and what makes it possible for phones to call one another. The PSTN is made up of phone lines, phone cables, transmissio...
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The Top Benefits of Softphones

softphones
Many companies, in spite of the benefits, have not incorporated softphones into their business. This is understandable; many business owners fear that they are not reliable or will not prove worth the investment. However, this is not accurate. Softphones allow each user to become more productive and efficient. Best of all, they are easy to use. Softphones Most importantly, wh...
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Five Ways SIP Trunking Can Improve Your Business

SIP Trunking
When a business operates off of an inefficient phone system it can lead to reduced employee morale, missed deadlines, maintenance headaches, and unhappy customers. Unfortunately, most traditional business phone systems can create all of these problems, whereas a newer type of system can alleviate them. One of the best solutions for your business is SIP Trunking. Here are five r...
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