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SIP Trunking encompasses all your Communication needs

Another acronym for your ever-growing list, this time, however, it’s an important one.

In the world of communications, ISDN, VoIP & PBX… it’s time for SIP to take the centre stage, with its ability to save you a lot of time, but most importantly, money.

 

What exactly is SIP Trunking?

Session Initiation Protocol, more commonly known as SIP. An application layer protocol used to establish and terminate data and voice transfers, also a type of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), which refers to calls delivered over the internet.

VoIP is based entirely on SIP, using a Private Branch Exchange (PBX) to send and receive calls. Substituting the soon to be obsolete Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN), a system that transmitted data and voice digitally over copper wires.

 

Is SIP worth thinking about from a Business point of view?

Worst case scenario, your business is still using ISDN & a PBX to facilitate your calls, in which you’re probably thinking, what’s wrong with ISDN…?

When it launched in 1986, (yes, it’s that old), it was a great option for businesses to adopt. The ability to deliver voice and data over one line, it was a technology dream come true, nowadays there are a variety of better, improved options available.

If you’re considering a switch, not only is it less expensive to maintain; it’s also cheaper on a day-to-day basis… you could save up to 50% on line rentals and up to 25% or more on call costs. With a lot of SIP Trunking providers offering free internal calls, which is very handy for medium-sized businesses.

 

Making the big step to SIP Trunking

With its flexibility and ease of growth, SIP offers you dependability in your business. You had need not to worry about disruption or outgrowing your premises, SIP Trunking can support growth in an effortless manner.

SIP Trunking isn’t the only option out there, in which you may be thinking – If you don’t have a PBX, Cloud Hosting Telephony is a fantastic alternative, which could very well be the future of communications throughout your business.

With ISDN ending in 2025, as announced by BT themselves, the benefits of SIP can change the way you move forward as a business.

 

We’re Iron Dome

If you’re bewildered by the prospect of reviewing your Comms & connectivity, we can help.

We’ll get to know your business and create the most appropriate solution to meet your technical requirements while being commercially sensible in cost. Please contact the team today.