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What is VoIP SIP?

VoIP SIP — Voice over Internet Protocol (Voice over IP) SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is widely referred to as VoIP SIP, VoIP SIP Trunks and VoIP SIP Trunking. VoIP SIP is a peer-to-peer protocol, thus it requires only a simple (and thus scalable) core network with intelligence distributed to the network edge, embedded in endpoints (terminating devices built in either hardware or software). SIP features are implemented in the communicating endpoints (i.e. at the edge of the network) contrary to traditional SS7 features, which are implemented in the network.

VoIP SIP Trunking provides true converged voice and data onto common IP connections. Interface to SIP Trunks eliminates the need for media gateway devices to interface to PSTN (Public Telephone Network). SIP Trunking offers less customer equipment necessary to connect to PSTN. SIP Trunking offers scalability, so that as the company grows, the necessary infrastructure is already in place. SIP Trunks can support cloud based call centers that need call center software for Outbound and Inbound service.

ECTtelecom consistently offers the lowest cost, High Speed Internet, Data, Voice, SIP Trunking and Contact Center and Call Center Solutions.  For a no obligation quote CLICK HERE, or more information about VoIP SIP Trunking and Cloud Based Call Center Solutions contact an ECTtelecom specialist today at U.S. Toll Free 800-664-3071 or International 850-936-5887.

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