Part of this new technology is what is called, “SIP Trunking”. It is used with organizations that use PBX (an internal phone communication system). What it does, in simple terms, is allow voice capabilities among in-house computers using specified software. It also allows voice communication outside the premises, using an internet connection.
“Trunking” is actually a term that has been used by phone companies to describe how a large number of users can access a much smaller number of communication paths, and the term “SIP” refers to a newer digital technology meant to replace older, analog systems with lesser capabilities.
Ultimately, this means that medium-to-large companies can fully integrate their communications with a single solution, rather than requiring different solutions for each individual communication situation.
Some of the familiar types of businesses in the UK that have successfully utilized this technology include hospitals, manufacturing facilities, pharmaceutical and petrochemical industries, hotels, prisons, railway control rooms, mobile workers, and emergency control rooms.
For those of you who would like to learn more, or to evaluate your company’s possible implementation of this technology, a free no-obligation quote can be arranged at your convenience. For more information on how ANT Telecom can provide for your communication needs, visit their website: <a href="http://www.anttele.com/communication-sip-trunking.php">http://www.anttele.com/communication-sip-trunking.php</a>