SIP Trunk Line
SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol. SIP trunking is a method of sending voice and other unified communications services over the internet. It works with an IP-enabled PBX (private branch exchange). SIP trunking replaces traditional telephone lines or PRIs (Primary Rate Interface).
SIP trunking is taking the business world by storm. According to researcher, Infonetics, in North America, 45% of businesses are already using SIP trunking with an increase to 67% predicted by the end of this year.
Each SIP trunk supports SIP channels. A SIP channel is equivalent to one incoming or outgoing call. A SIP trunk can hold an unlimited number of channels, so users only need one SIP trunk no matter how many concurrent calls they expect. The number of channels required depends on how many calls the business will make at any one time.
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