Alteva SIP Trunking solution enables offices to mix hosted voice users with PBX users allowing free calling between office locations with increased scalability and reliability
Alteva announced the launch of its Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking solution. Part of the Alteva’s suite of Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) solutions, Alteva SIP Trunking is designed for businesses to maximize the usability of undepreciated PBXs by replacing traditional, fixed public switch telephone network lines with a next-generation IP-based environment. Eliminating costly PRI’s and consolidating voice and data traffic onto one single platform provides cost reduction and new capabilities. It also facilitates greater flexibility and scalability in the workplace.
According to Elka Popova of Frost & Sullivan, SIP Trunking in North America is expected to grow from 7.2 million users in 2010 to 59.1 million users by 2017.
Alteva SIP trunking connects PBX users with Alteva’s core base of hosted voice users, enabling free calling between all users across company locations even integrating home-based workers and road warriors allowing PBX users to enjoy the same disaster recovery options available to hosted voice users. What’s more, the solution paves the way for other modern “work from anywhere” solutions such as mobility, instant messaging, presence, collaboration and video.
“Alteva has been selling SIP trunks for years, but now, we are able to offer a multi-location solution,” states Mark Marquez, Executive Vice President & Chief Network Officer of Alteva. “While most of our customers enjoy the comprehensive integrated solution of the Alteva UCaaS solution, some branch offices aren’t ready to replace their PBX yet. Alteva SIP trunking is the common-sense option to get maximum value from a PBX before switching to a hosted solution.”
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