Supercharge your office communications with SIP trunking. Session Initiation Protocol uses voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) to connect your phone system’s private branch exchange (PBX) to the Internet.
Basically, the Internet replaces the conventional telephone trunk, so now you’re communicating where everything happens these days – in the cloud – via fixed and phone systems.
VIP Voice Services uses SIP trunking to combine your business data, voice and video into a single line. That means you no longer need a separate physical media for each mode. But that’s not the only streamlining SIP trunks have to offer. They also streamline the costs of office communications.
SIP trunking allows you to connect your traditional phone system with cloud-based communications, so you don’t have to remove or replace your current phones. Thanks to the scalability and flexibility of the internet and SIP trunking, you can integrate your PBX with cloud-hosted voice, text, data, video and other unified communications on a single private managed network.
All you need is high-speed internet to take advantage of dozens of cloud capabilities and phone features that make your business more efficient and connected. The same features you love about your smartphone are now available on your business phone. (And your business phone can run through your smartphone!) Best of all, you have the flexibility to keep your phones, replace your entire system or just a portion.
Before the internet, the heart of the phone system collected dust in a phone closet. If the phones stopped working, we waited hours for an expensive technician to venture in to the closet and fix it. Now with SIP trunking, the phone closet is gone, along with waiting for costly repairs. In addition to efficiency and flexibility, SIP lowers the cost of owning and operating a phone system. You can purchase SIP trunks as you grow, so it’s easy to scale up or down. Don’t worry about sudden increases in call volume. We can design a solution that automatically and seamlessly routes calls during boom times, or through unexpected disasters.