SIP Trunking

SIP Trunking lets you use your current PBX phone system with modern IP phone technologies. It's a great way to extend the life of your office PBX. Works with IP and traditional PBX systems.

What is SIP Trunking?

With SIP Trunking, your PBX can seamlessly deliver calls and calling features over the internet ('IP') - instead of using clunky old phone lines. SIP Trunking is a tried and tested alternative to traditional phone services. It's a smarter, leaner and more modern way to run your business phone system.
What are SIP Trunks?

SIP Trunks are a way of passing call information between your PBX (Private Branch Exchange) software and an IP network, enabling calls to be made and received.

'SIP' (Session Initiation Protocol') is the encoding standard, while 'trunking' describes the nature of the connection. So when you made or recieve a call, SIP Trunking turns that call into 'packets' of data so it can be delivered using the internet. This is the building block for leaner, smarter and more modern business communications.
What is SIP Trunking used for?

In this digital age, SIP is the emerging standard for delivering information to fixed-line phones. It replaces traditional analogue (copper line) technologies which are being systematically replaced by fibre-optic networks. Fibre-optics deliver digital information, and SIP is the means of encoding that data: from voice calls to faxes and instant messaging - even video streaming!