SIP Trunking for Your Business

Many of our traditional telecom customers using Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS), T-1 or ISDN PRI are turning to SIP trunking to dramatically reduce their operating costs, oftentimes by as much as 60%. 

SIP trunking is a voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology and streaming media service based on the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), by which Internet telephony service providers (ITSPs) deliver telephone services to customers equipped with SIP-based private branch exchange (IP-PBX) equipment.  Most premise-based PBX’s support SIP trunking today, or can easily be upgraded to do so.  In fact, we’ve found that most customers are able to leverage the investment they made in their current PBX with no or very little additional investment. 

Instead of operating and maintaining both data and telephone voice networks, one internet-based network can deliver all voice and data services you need.  This eliminates overlapping networks and their costs. 

Additionally, SIP trunks require very little planning as your business grows.  SIP trunks can be added on-demand when additional needs arise. 

Plus, VA&F only recommends SIP trunk services from providers that leverage a Tier 1 network.  Therefore, you are guaranteed to experience excellent call quality without the jitter and latency associated with unmanaged VoIP service providers. 

Based upon all these advantages, it should be no surprise that SIP trunking is quickly becoming the de-facto standard for business communications.  We’ve found that no matter how large or small your organization may be, there’s a very good chance your organization can leverage the advantages of SIP trunking. 

Please let VA&F conduct a free, no obligation assessment of your current telecom services.