The scalable, dial tone replacement solution that has high-end features without a high-end price tag

Add enhanced functionality to your existing phone system without having to replace it. SIP Trunking is perfect for any size organization.

Combine your voice, inter-office data, and Internet traffic onto one cost-effective circuit. We simply replace your existing incoming, outgoing and toll-free lines with SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) services. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a telecommunications protocol that allows for signaling and controlling multimedia communication sessions.


High-end SIP Trunking Features:

  • Free on-net and branch-to-branch calling
  • Fast provisioning of trunks, DIDs, and toll-free numbers
  • Optional fixed-cost or metered long distance
  • Reroute calls to any number or cell phone in the event of an emergency — automatically or upon request
  • IVR/Automated attendant with call queuing and announcement if all trunks are busy
  • Utilize existing broadband or service provider for T1, Direct Internet Access, Metro Ethernet, MPLS or Point-to- Point to our Data Center

The Benefits of SIP Trunking:

  • SIP works with virtually any premise-based system using a private connection or over broadband
  • Minimal upfront capital expense
  • Predictable monthly communications expenses
  • Pay for only what is needed by scaling up or down based on business needs
  • Each Trunk includes Business Continuity/ Disaster Recovery (BCDR)
  • Engineered for full redundancy at no additional charge (Trunk, DID, Toll-Free, and National Network Redundancy)
  • Hybrid architecture (SIP Trunking and Hosted stations) accommodates remote worker/offices
  • Provides Trunk or Line Replacement (analog, digital, PRI or SIP hand-off)
  • Analog Trunk and POTS line replacement; Ideal for legacy PBX/key systems, Centrex replacement, and other single-line/ multi-line applications
  • Converts SIP to T1 or T1 PRI signaling for legacy PBX systems; Utilizes Internet network interface and router with QoS settings
  • Local, long distance, toll-free, and the Internet accessed via the same Internet circuit