What are SIP Gateways? What is a VoIP Gateway? As deployments of voice over IP (VoIP) networks continue at a rapid pace, network professionals need to understand the real-world implementation issues surrounding voice (SIP) gateways, which handle the many tasks involved in translating between transmission formats and protocols and act as the interface between an IP telephony network and the PSTN (TDM) or PBX.
Features and benefits of Tpad SIP Gateways:
• Dramatic Cost Reduction - costs can be dramatically reduced, by over 60%, through the reduction of the number of ISDN30 lines required; and calls are free when they are made across the SIP Trunking links.
• Business Continuity - in the event that you can't access your telephone, automatic failover means that calls are automatically re-routed to an alternative location within minutes.
• Not geographically tied - you can retain your existing number range and add other area code numbers as required.
• Flexibility - SIP Trunking can be quickly scaled up or down on a per line basis so you can easily meet peaks and troughs in demand.
• Central Management - you will no longer need a separate line to each of your locations using this virtualised technology, which means network infrastructure management will be simpler.
Learn how SIP works and how to configure SIP gateways from the SIP Gateway / SIP Trunking specialists Tpad.
Tpad is a world-wide leading provider of managed VoIP services trusted by hundreds of customers not only in the UK but worldwide. Their SIP Trunking / SIP Gateway packages offer not only efficient communications solutions, but security, reliability and high quality of service that meets every need of business enterprises and their users. Tpad is headquartered in Lancashire, UK. For more information on their SIP Trunking / SIP Gateway services, please visit http://www.tpadbusiness.co.uk
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