What is SIP Trunking?
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking refers to the process of using VoIP to bridge a connection of a private branch exchange, or PBX as it is more commonly known, to the Internet.
In modern communications, the traditional telephone trunk when substituted by the Internet protocol enables businesses of all sizes to communicate more effectively. With the benefits of SIP Trunking having been proven in the business world, the communications technology is now widely available from service providers across the globe.
If you are one of the thousands of people considering adopting a SIP Trunking solution, Contact one of our sales representatives to prepare a solution for you.
Legacy PBX Integration
Even though there is a strong preference in the business world for SIP based PBX systems, there are still a significant number of businesses readily deploying IP-PBXs, non – SIP – based hybrids, and TBM PBXs. The majority of legacy PBXs are unable to support the SIP protocol, but Broad-Connect can help you to add SIP Trunking.
In an effort to enhance the security capabilities of the existing firewall, and provide a greater defense again SIP communications threats, Broad-Conncet’s VoPI “Voice over Private Internet” service will help minimize and shield any potential threats.
Broad-Connect’s SIP Trunking Services meet and exceed the SIP Interoperability test on the Avaya IP Office 500.