SIP Trunking

SIP Trunking

SIP Trunking (Session Initiation Protocol) from RGTS - A ConvergeOne Company (RGTS) is a cost-effective, feature-rich service that uses the Internet to connect a company’s PBX to the public switched telephone network.

By replacing bundles of fixed physical connections with a single, unlimited logical connection, SIP Trunking eliminates the costs and performance limitations of Basic Rate Interfaces, Primary Rate Interfaces, and local gateways to the public switched telephone network.

SIP Trunking also supports voice and data integration on a common trunk for unified messaging and diverse new performance capabilities.

RGTS’s infrastructure, backbone, and traffic priority management assure the uninterrupted quality and security of all calls routed over the Internet.

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Disaster Recovery

SIP Trunking features reside on RGTS’s redundant network, not on the client’s premises. If a disruption occurs along one trunk route, the traffic is redirected automatically to an alternate trunk group.

Fast, Unlimited Trunk Scaling

Trunk throughput capacity is fast, easy, and less costly to extend over Internet Protocol because no additional hardware must be purchased, installed, and configured. By comparison, more costly hardware and configuration work is always required to add another T1 / Primary Rate Interface circuit or expand from a T1 to a higher level STM-1 circuit.

As a company grows, all necessary infrastructure to handle additional voice data traffic is already in place. A single corporate SIP Trunking account can serve an entire enterprise, regardless of its size or the number of its locations.

Voice and Data Convergence

SIP Trunking further reduces costs by eliminating the need for separate voice and data connections. In the same stroke, SIP Trunking delivers powerful new opportunities to integrate and leverage the capabilities of fixed landlines, portable VoIP phones, mobile phones, PC- and cloud-based applications, and cloud-hosted databases.

Long-Distance Calls at Local Rates

SIP Trunking reduces long-distance charges, as each call travels over the Internet to a local termination point, where the call is transferred to the public switched telephone network as a local call.

SIP Trunking automatically checks each called phone number for a possible match to a known SIP address. If a match exists, the call is completed over the Internet, without being transferred to the public switched telephone network. RGTS clients that communicate with other businesses that use SIP technology save even more money because no traffic is placed on the public switched telephone network.