For Application Development & Delivery Professionals

SIP Trunking May Save You Money

I&O Professionals Need To Explore SIP Trunking, But Consider Application, Security, And Interoperability Costs When Calculating ROI

Why Read This Report

The communications industry continues on its path to packetizing real-time communications managed by session initiation protocol (SIP). As a result, SIP trunking is a key component that connects enterprise networks to carrier services. SIP trunking will displace T1 and primary rate interface (PRI) circuits. This technology is beyond the beta stage and could save enterprises money, but infrastructure and operations (I&O) teams need to explore maturity issues. I&O teams can drive cost savings with SIP trunking, but it may not be as dramatic as advertised. This report highlights current SIP trunking adoption, the common risks and issues, critical design consideration and deployment considerations, and recommendations for maximizing potential savings.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • SIP Trunking Evolves Beyond An Early-Stage Technology
  • Mitigate SIP Trunking Risks Focused On Application, Security, And Carrier Issues
  • SIP Trunking Design And Deployment
  • RECOMMENDATIONS

    The Time For Learning About SIP Trunking Is Now, But Closely Assess The Risk
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents