Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Switching to SIP Trunking

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In today’s business world, telecommunications is an essential aspect of any company. SIP Trunking is considered one of the best methods for companies looking to bridge the gap from traditional to modern. However, skepticism about switching to SIP Trunking may prove harmful to your business operations. Below, is why you shouldn’t worry about switching to SIP Trunking. SIP Funda...
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Why a PBX is Still Important in Today’s Modern World

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It may seem rational that in today’s digital world old technology is useless. However, when it concerns PBX telephony that is not the case. Here is why you should consider incorporating a PBX (Private Branch Exchange) into your business communications operations. What is PBX? A PBX is a switch that your business owns. It handles your calls to and from a single location. It is...
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How Does SIP Trunking Work?

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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 Does a SIP Proxy Server Work?

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If you have a SIP enabled PBX, you may not realize just how many components work in conjunction to provide you with quality service. When you’re placing calls, one of the most important aspects to make everything run smoothly is the SIP proxy server. It is what handles beginning and terminating your SIP call. SIP Trunking First of all, what is SIP Trunking? SIP, which stands ...
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How to Use Your Current PBX for SIP Trunking

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Companies are rapidly switching from PSTN Business Phone Systems to SIP based systems. SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol. It is a method of transmitting phone calls and data via the internet. SIP has a lot of advantages over traditional systems. For example, SIP is scalable and provides cost savings. You also don’t receive nearly as many long-distance charges. The othe...
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