SIP Trunking and your business
SIP, an acronym for session initiation protocol is a signalling protocol, responsible for initiating, maintaining and ending multimedia sessions.
SIP Trunking enables you to connect your pre-existing IP PBX to your clients, operating over the IP network.
In fact, you can essentially think of it as a digital phone line replacing the traditional PSTN lines, allowing for both voice and video calls.
What is SIP Trunking?
While “SIP trunk” sounds like a technical term, the concept itself is rather simple:
“SIP” refers to Session Initiation Protocol, responsible for sending and receiving calls, and “trunk” simply refers to a connection between two points.
A SIP phone number isn’t attached to any physical location, therefore allows for simple rerouting to different geographic locations.
SIP channels can be added or removed quickly and easily, making them a very flexible choice for telecommunications.
SIP Trunking allows for the setup of a number of reliability measures including mobile failovers and hosting the SIP trunks across multiple servers.
No Physical Infrastructure
Aatrox Communications SIP trunks are a great addition to your company’s unified communications strategy, and are configured and tested to work with 3CX IP PBX, as well as other popular PBX systems.
By specialising in providing flexible and reliable VoIP services to partners and end users, we have differentiated ourselves by being able to advise how to implement the solution from the ground up.