Broadvox and Ingate: SIP is Here to Stay

Erik Linask : Convergence Corner
Erik Linask

Broadvox and Ingate: SIP is Here to Stay

We’re in the opening hours of ITEXPO, with several pre-conference events already underway, including a special service provider edition of Ingate’s SIP Trunking-UC Summit.

Chad Krantz at Ingat's SIP Trunking SP Seminar at ITEXPO East 2011

Chad Krantz was just at the podium, addressing nearly three dozen attendees looking to understand the benefits of SIP Trunking in the enterprise from the service provider perspective.  The end game, of course is revenue, but, as Krantz noted, “SIP is a true revolution within the industry and has so many advantages over traditional VoIP – it is here to stay.”

Among the benefits of SIP trunking in the enterprise: Remote survivability, scalability, cloud based, hard and soft cost savings, simple upgrades.

But, a few of the obstacles that must be overcome by service providers include: High capex, complex deployment, and user training.

To find out more, including how to overcome these obstacles, and also how to effectively deploy SIP Trunks, visit Broadvox (booth 606) on the ITEXPO show floor this week, and stop by Ingate’s SIP Trunk-Unified Communications Summit, going on all week at the Miami Beach Convention Center.


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