Delivering Voice via the Internet
What Is VoIP SIP Trunking?
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) delivers voice through a data network technology rather than a telephone technology. SIP telephone service is used just like analog telephone service, except that SIP trunks are virtual and therefore, they involve no hardware installation or related costs. The latest Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology delivers improved clarity of voice and reliable connectivity.
Integrating voice and data onto one circuit and utilizing dynamic allocation allow you to use your bandwidth to its fullest capacity, regardless of the time of day or the number of phone lines in use. And when your company grows, you can easily expand the number of call paths by utilizing preexisting additional bandwidth without the cost of additional modular hardware for premise-based phone systems.
SIP Trunking from Access One
With Access One, you get a solution customized to your business and infrastructure. We provide SIP trunking over your current Internet services, or our engineers will work with your Private Branch Exchange (PBX) vendor to configure, test and acceptance test before porting and production use.
Benefits of SIP Trunking
- Quickly scale up your voice services as you grow — a simple software change is all you need to add capacity
- Reroute calls automatically to various geographic locations, providing redundancy and backup in case a single location goes offline
- Increase productivity and efficiency by optimizing bandwidth
- Access advanced VoIP features such as email and web conferencing
- Reduce monthly telecommunications costs by integrating voice and data via the Internet