Infographic: SIP Trunking and its Business Benefits Explained

This easy-to-follow diagram illustrates how SIP trunking transforms your network while delivering business and IT gains across your organization.

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SIP trunking is the new standard for effective voice communications management. By eliminating the hassles and costs of maintaining separate networks and connection points, SIP trunking lets you centralize hardware in one location, eliminate the need for multiple PBXs and other equipment duplications, and maintain presence in locations where you have no physical presence – all while reducing your telecom costs.

Follow our infographic to get an inside look on how SIP trunking works and the unique ways it can help your business. (Open the infographic in a new tab to get to the full size image).

SIP Trunking Benefits Explained

As you can see, SIP trunking will play a significant role in the future of business communication.

  • Reducing network services costs
  • Providing greater mobility to your workforce
  • Keeping your business in the lead

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