A SIP Trunk is a point to point single communication channel that transmits voice through the internet via a Cloud based Voice solution or IP PBX. Trunking is providing channels to many clients by sharing single trunks instead of providing them as single communication channel. Using SIP, voice becomes an application of the IP network, just like searching the web or sending emails.
What is SIP?
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) or SIP trunks are an Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology that allows for calls to made through the internet using data through the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). The benefit of SIP is that it is often less expensive than traditional phone lines and Service Providers are now able to put Data and Voice under one bill which is easier to manage.
Channel UC leverages off Australian Tier 1 Carrier grade network infrastructure to offer a vast and reliable VoIP network. Our SIP packages offer flexibility and reliability to our partners and peace of mind that they are on the most reliable voice networks on offer to market.
The Benefits of Channel UC SIP Trunking:
Consolidation of your Network
Perhaps the biggest cost saving tools and headache saving benefit is that SIP allows for voice and data to tie into one single network. This will naturally increase bandwith demands, but with speedy advancements in fiber-optic Internet Connectivity this should greatly improve the customers experience.