SIP trunking starts with these need-to-know details

A new video series has Allstream experts discussing best practices around the latest technology to bring voice and data together. Why companies don’t always have to have all the answers

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There may come a day when all companies upgrade to SIP trunking, but they’ll likely do so in many different ways.

In the first of a four-part video conversation, Allstream service delivery manager Kelly Reise and technical sales engineer Sasha Radakovic, talk about the business case for SIP trunking. In particular, Radakovic emphasized the need to understand the particulars of things like business continuity plans, requirements for video and so on. 

“What we’re trying to achieve is to fit the solution that will address customer’s current needs, as well as future needs,” he says.

Some organizations may worry they don’t have the in-house expertise to say whether or not their infrastructure is ready for SIP trunking, but Radakovic says that’s not really a problem. He explains why in the two-minute clip below.

 

 

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