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Infographic: ISDN is dead long live SIP

Discover why it’s important to get acquainted with SIP trunk providers and make sure you don’t get stuck with outdated technology.

ISDN is quickly getting overtaken by next-generation SIP telephony.

eBook: How your telecoms provider can make you more agile

The move to becoming an agile business is not simply a change in corporate mindset. Technology will need to underpin processes. This may mean the use of new software frameworks or the adaptation of existing line-of-business applications. It will also require infrastructure changes for...

eGuide: How to make the move from ISDN to SIP

With the phrase ‘always on’ an expectation rather than a bonus, moving to a modern system is becoming a necessary step for businesses that are serious about how they communicate. 

In this eGuide, we explore how the telecommunications landscape is changing, why businesses are moving and what...

Fact sheet: What are the business benefits of SIP trunking?

Discover how to get more control and flexibility over your business telephony with SIP trunks.

Your voice and data connections are vital components of your business - but so are the costs of running multiple lines, their flexibility and how much control you have over them.

We provide a...

What on earth are SIP trunks?

The telecoms industry is fond of bandying around acronyms: VoIP, PBX, PSTN, IDSN and more recently…SIP. This is one is actually quite important as it represents the future of voice services for businesses in the UK.  
SIP, or session initiation protocol, trunks have actually been around...

GP surgeries: Prepare for the busiest time of the year

The main challenge GP surgeries will face in the next few months is the increase in patient calls. The winter months, which GPs class as December to March, are relentless. Already stretched surgeries feel under increased pressure at this time of the year.

Added pressure on telephone systems...

SIP – it’s all about the connection choice

The communications market is in a transitional change at present. The speed of this transition has now accelerated with the announcement from BT that they will no longer support ISDN services from 2020. While many businesses have not heard about SIP services, the channels/lines provided on...

Video blog: SIP trunks come with built-in disaster recovery and business continuity solutions

By making and receiving calls over an Internet connection – which is essentially what SIP is – you will be better protected in the event of an outage or disaster.

Internet connections tend to come with better service level agreements which means they will be back up and running again in...

Infographic: Benefits of SIP

With more and more businesses asking us what the benefits are of migrating to SIP in place of traditional PSTN or ISDN telephone lines, we thought it would be easier to provide an infographic to clearly spell them out.

It's not just about cutting costs - which can equate to up to 75% of...

How will your business use SIP?

Businesses across the UK are choosing to migrate to SIP as way of saving money on their phone bills, but for others, the flexible disaster recovery (DR) solutions it offers is just as attractive.

For many companies, cost savings can be achieved by using existing connectivity, or even...

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