Think SIP trunking makes things simpler? Think again

Peter Gothard
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SIP trunking: nothing whatsoever to do with elephants
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SIP trunking: nothing whatsoever to do with elephants

It's easy to lose control if you don't forward plan and check around the edges

The general aim with SIP trunking tends to be around cost efficiency - bundling data, voice and video together down one pipe keeps phone and data bills down. That's standard enough. What's debatable is...

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