Sizing up the possibilities of SIP trunking

VoIP phoneAs more enterprises and small to medium businesses (SMBs) find their existing premise-based PBX phone systems are reaching obsolesence or their traditional TDM service contracts with their local telco are up for review, migration to a SIP trunking service looks more attractive. According to a recent Webtorials survey, one-third of the nearly 300 enterprises it spoke to said they have already deployed SIP trunking and have seen an average cost savings of 33 percent. Besides the cost advantage, SIP trunking provides businesses with a number of other benefits, including rapid disaster recovery and a resilient unified communications (UC) platform. A new FierceEnterpriseCommunications report provides an overview of the opportunities and challenges that enterprises have in migrating from legacy TDM to SIP trunking. Read more

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