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SIP Trunking: Getting the Implementation Right

  • Eric E. Bauer (VP of Marketing and Business Development, AudioCodes)
Pass type: Entire Event - Get your pass now!
Track: SIP/SIP Trunking
Hot Topic: Organization & Management
Recording: TBD

When it comes to capturing the promised SIP trunk savings, the devil’s in the details of your rollout.

There’s no such thing as a plug and play SIP service -- correctly configuring your SIP Trunks is essential. In this session, an experienced telecommunications consultant will review common enterprise requirements and provider issues that can make or break a SIP Trunking implementation. She’ll share lessons learned in helping many businesses through successful conversions to SIP Trunks, including implementation best practices and tips for working with vendors to ensure a successful deployment. Walk away armed with knowledge about pricing, facilities, features, configuration, and more.

• What are the most common problems in SIP implementations and what steps can my enterprise take to avoid them?
• What does a proper configuration look like and how can I be sure that everything is configured correctly at my organization?
• How do I ensure that our SIP trunking configuration matches our evolving telephony environment?
• What do I need to know about failover and disaster recovery setup in regard to my SIP Trunking implementation?