SIP Trunking – IP Telephony Using Your Existing PBX

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James Bryant and Paul Storey, InTechnology PLC
In this webcast our experts discuss why SIP Trunking is ideal for organisations looking to evolve towards an IP Telephony (VoIP) infrastructure, while maintaining the use of their existing PBX setup.
Feb 29 2012
27 mins
SIP Trunking – IP Telephony Using Your Existing PBX
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