If your enterprise has already invested in a PBX, end-to-end SIP Trunking will enable you take full advantage of it. You can dramatically improve your operating efficiency by integrating your voice and data onto a single connection with a SIP Trunk solution.

What is SIP Trunking?

SIP Trunking uses Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to establish voice communication between an Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP) like MTS Allstream and a company’s IP-PBX.   ITSPs provide VoIP communication over the Internet. Typically, SIP trunks are connections (like a phone line) to a VoIP SIP provider and the features are handled by an in-house IP-PBX or PBX. 

A SIP trunk is a service offered by an ITSP that permits businesses that have a PBX installed to use Voice-over-IP (VoIP) also outside the enterprise network by using the same connection as the Internet connection.  

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A SIP Trunk solution can increase your efficiency and reduce your costs through advantages like these:

  • Reduce capital expenditures: There's no need for equipment changeover or disruption of service, so prior investments in legacy infrastructure are preserved.
  • Lower operational costs: Reduced overhead costs associated with operating and maintaining multiple service-specific access lines.
  • Maximize your current investment: You'll more efficiently utilize your existing PBX, whether it's traditional or IP-based.
  • Pool bandwidth from different locations: If you have an IP PBX you can merge communications paths across multiple sites during peak efficiency times to achieve optimal network efficiency. 

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