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Sprint Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking can help you reduce costs, improve performance, and lay the foundation for unified communications and increased collaboration. That’s because SIP Trunking allows you to replace costly "physical trunks" connecting your PBX to the service provider network with "virtual trunks" over a single IP connection.
Unified communications (UC) integrates day-to-day communication tools such as email, voice mail, instant messaging, calendars, fax, and audio/video conferencing into a single platform and common user experience.
Sprint SIP Trunking maximizes network capacity and minimizes the amount of trunks used compared to traditional trunking. Shared capacity integrates local and long-distance voice and data services over a single trunk for multiple locations and applications.
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A single IP connection delivers voice, video, and data traffic without costly gateways or bridges, an opportunity for savings through elimination of local access lines.
There is no need for additional, local PBX trunking, premise-based trunking equipment, or management of multiple providers.
Trunks can be shared across time zones and locations — creating a scalable solution far exceeding the capability of local service provider trunking.
Sprint's SIP Trunking solution leverages our award-winning, flexible, and congestion-free Global MPLS network, offering real-time Class of Service at no additional charge. Additionally, you can efficiently deploy email, chat, presence, conferencing, and application sharing over SIP Trunking, increasing employee collaboration.
Our expertise in wireless and wireline converged solutions means Sprint will be there to assist with your SIP Trunking deployment. Plus, Sprint has the unique experience of deploying UC in the company's internal network, which has resulted in annual savings of millions of dollars due to the elimination of PBX upgrades and maintenance.
Valuable best-in-class partnerships with leading UC providers ensures tight integration with Cisco® Unified Communications Manager, Avaya Communications Manager, Tango Networks Abrazo platform, IBM Sametime® Unified Telephony platform, or Microsoft® Office Communications Server 2007 R2.
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