SIP Trunking - IP Telephony using your existing PBX

Phil Dyson, Voice Product Manager, InTechnology
Enjoy the benefits and cost savings of IP Telephony without replacing your existing infrastructure.

SIP: the standard for flexible business communications

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is the international standard for IP Telephony (VoIP) systems.

Phil Dyson demonstrates why SIP Trunking is ideal for organisations that are looking to migrate to an IP Telephony (VoIP) infrastructure but need to keep an existing PBX infrastructure in place, or at least for the short term.
Dec 9 2009
18 mins
SIP Trunking - IP Telephony using your existing PBX
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