From ISDN to SIP Trunking
Are you ready for the ISDN switch-off?
The convergence of voice and data networks has transformed communications in business. Now ISDN, the final remnant of legacy voice networks, is being phased out in the move towards an all-IP world.
You don’t need to wait for your service provider to switch off their ISDN network to take advantage of SIP trunks and an infrastructure based fully on IP. You can make the move today with Orange Business Services.
To find out more, read our guide to dealing with the ISDN switch-off >
Save up to 50% in telephony spending with SIP trunks
To understand the business case for SIP trunking, think of SIP trunking as three tiered services:
- The core SIP trunking service provides outbound calls
- The next level is “partial unplug,” which adds inbound calls
- And the final level is “full unplug,” which completely cuts ties to the incumbent by incorporating services such as emergency calling and non-geographic numbers
To find out more, read our guide on making the business case for SIP trunking >
Take UC to the next level
Profit from the ISDN switch-off by incumbents across Europe by taking your unified communications (UC) strategy to the next level. By choosing SIP trunking from Orange Business Services you can build an end-to-end converged network that will support your users wherever they are and on any device.
Bye ISDN, Hello SIP
- What the ISDN switch-off means for your voice services
- The business case for SIP trunking: how you can achieve increased functionality, flexibility and cost savings
- Where to start: migration and deployment advice and best practices
Alternatively, you can view a recording of the webinar here >
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"There is no denying the world is moving to IP, and SIP has become the de facto solution of choice for businesses for IP connections."
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revised 6 Jun 2016