In case you missed the posts this week, we’ve gathered them all together for you in one convenient location.
If there was a theme to the week, it would be “ITEXPO SIP conferences.”
- Asterisk from Scratch
- SIP Trunking Success from TelecomReseller
- HOMER the carrier grade, open source SIP capture and monitoring application with QXIP
- Intro to PJSIP with Digium Asterisk trainer Justin Hester
Why aren’t more businesses excited about deploying SIP trunks?
Well, there are a number of reasons that companies aren’t rushing to switch to SIP trunking
On one hand we take it for granted that a 911 call gets routed to the right place but on the other hand isn’t it reasonable to expect that a VoIP 911 call should work the same way as a landline
When the use of SIP trunking was initiated (pun intended), it was intended to be more flexible than PRI trunks and save money.
In a perfect world SIP trunks would be plug-and-play but, communication systems use a variety of hardware and software from different vendors so compatibility and interoperability are still a challenge
Stay tuned for more SIP trunking news – see you next week!