Is SIP Trunking on your radar yet?

Sponsor Content

Source: Allstream
Network Convergence Resource Centre.

In this
short video, Grant Bykowy, Allstream’s Director of Voice and IP Communications,
speaks to the business and technology drivers accelerating the adoption SIP

how this IP technology enables businesses to:

• Eliminate
multiple PRIs and connections

• Centralize
hardware in a single location

• Establish
a local virtual presence in multiple cities

• Reduce
long-distance costs

SIP Trunking Adoption

Source: Complete
SIP Trunking Buyers Guide (ebook)

recently, Canadian businesses have been slow to adopt SIP trunking, preferring
instead to connect to the PSTN over traditional phone lines. However, the past
few years have seen an explosion in SIP adoption, as businesses realize the
limitations of traditional telephony and the benefits of converging data and
voice onto a single network.

& Sullivan’s 2011 Investment Decisions in Communications and Collaboration
Products and Services study revealed that North American SIP adoption is
expected to grow from 7 million users in 2010 to 59 million by 2017.

to the same study, one third of Canadian enterprise businesses were either
using or piloting SIP trunking in 2010, as compared to 47% of businesses
outside of Canada.

North American installed User Base and Forecasts, 2008-2017

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