sip trunking

November 20, 2018 BLog List Date Underline

SIP Trunking: A Scalable and Affordable Solution for Today’s Business Communication Problems

by Gernot Scheichl

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking is all set to hit $53 million in revenue by 2021. Its aggressive growth due to its reliability, flexibility and cost efficiency has made it the de facto unified communication solution across all industries, especially among multi-site businesses.

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November 08, 2018 BLog List Date Underline

How to Market SIP Trunking to SMBs

by Gernot Scheichl

Although they could benefit from it immensely, the SMB sector is lagging greatly in the process of adopting SIP trunking infrastructures. It may be that service providers have had limited success positioning SIP trunking as a viable option within their marketing materials – or it may be that they were once among the 80% of companies who have experienced problems with SIP trunking in the past. Either way, service providers need to use a new marketing language to sell SIP trunking services to their customers.

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October 02, 2018 BLog List Date Underline

You Could Almost Use SIP to Call Websites Directly

by Gernot Scheichl

Imagine if, by typing the URL of a website into your phone’s dialer, you could automatically call their customer support, sales line, or reception desk. Although this seems like a more-or-less minor improvement, imagine the time savings! Instead of going to your web browser, googling the company you want to call, and then opening your phone, you just type and call. Wouldn’t that be convenient?

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August 03, 2017 BLog List Date Underline

SIP Trunking Providers Edging Out Incumbents in Customer Experience

by Brian Gregory

SIP trunking providers are the lynchpin of VoIP service, and there's been a recent sea change in how they're ranked. Incumbent providers are being swept aside by newcomers, but what do these companies have that their predecessors did not?

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April 11, 2017 BLog List Date Underline

SIP Trunking or Hosted PBX for IP-Based Communications?

by John Macario

It’s 2017 and IP-based communications are essentially a given—even in the largest, most legacy-laden organizations. That’s why VoIP adoption is still climbing steadily.

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January 26, 2017 BLog List Date Underline

From the Hacker's Point of View: Why SIP Attacks are Child's Play

by Michael Reiman

On the Edgewater Networks blog, we often talk about how important it is for enterprises to secure their SIP implementations against hackers. What we don't often talk about is how easy it is for hackers to get into an unsecured SIP. (Spoiler alert: It's pretty easy.) The media often depicts hacking as a complicated process involving obscure entries in a command-line interface, but taking control of an unsecured SIP is literally a three-step process. 

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SIP Trunking Survey: Many Don't Have any SBCs