sip trunks

sip_trunksSIP trunks:  Session Initiation Protocol is a signalling set of rules for controlling multimedia communications such as voice and video calls over internet protocol (IP). SIP can be used for creating, modifying and terminating two-party or multiparty sessions consisting of one or several media streams. Application examples of SIP include video-conferencing, streamed multi-media distribution, instant messaging, presence information, file transfer and online games.

SIP trunks:  SIP was originally designated in 1996 with the latest version of the specification being RFC 3261 from the IETF Network Working Group. SIP was accepted in November 2000 as the 3G architecture for IP-based services in cellular systems.  sip_services.pdf

SIP trunks:  For more in-depth knowledge on SIP trunks you’ll be better served looking at a reference site such as Telecoms Industry Association or perhaps Wikipedia.

SIP trunks:  At TelephoneSystemsDirect we have SIP trunks enabled telephony solutions utilising the OfficeServ 7000 series.  sip_trunks.pdf

SIP trunks:  For details on these award winning OfficeServ7000 range of voice-servers please ring 0800 652 8052 where our advisors will be pleased to help future-proof your comms.Samsung_Guide_to_SIP_and_SIP_Trunks_2.pdf

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