SIP – the Session Initiation Protocol – is more than a mere network trunking technology. For many organizations, it’s a catalyst for enhanced communications.
SIP not only provides native IP connectivity (a boon for businesses that want to prep their networks for future innovation), but it’s also more reliable, flexible and cost-effective than traditional communications protocols.
And those are just a few of the benefits. Truthfully, it’s hard to convey the full range of SIP’s advantages in a conventional blog post.
So we’ll use a faster, more vivid method: an infographic. Our latest explanatory image highlights SIP’s capabilities compared to good old PRI services. We include stats from studies that suggest SIP is a hit with businesses that have switched to the newer technology.
Want more context? Read our recent post about the shift in the industry’s take on SIP. Further, open our updated SIP trunking buyers’ guide and dive into details.
Image: Mark Glucki