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SIP TRUNK - Learn More
The SIP trunk is replacing old analog technology because it allows for the flexibility modern businesses need.
Eventually, the SIP trunk will be adopted as the standard for all phone systems. It’s a matter of time before the convergence of the voice and data IP network is complete across the globe. Before you know it, the PSTN network will be a thing of the past.
With more and more companies embracing feature-rich VoIP, it’s no wonder that Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) has increased by 62 percent in just under 3 years. Rather than use the traditional physical copper wire of PSTN providers, VoIP providers can host their on own SIP trunks on their network. This reduces infrastructure costs and the savings are passed on to local Montreal businesses.
What is a SIP trunk?
A SIP trunk is a VoIP phone line that uses the internet to initiate and receive calls. VoIP providers connect one or more direct phone numbers to the customer’s IP PBX This enables businesses to receive calls. Once the DID is signaled, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) acts as the channel for the voice call that sends information back and forth over the IP network.
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