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Birch launches SIP trunking product

Friday 16 November 2012 | 05:23 CET | News
Managed communications and IT services provider Birch Communications has launched Birch SIP trunking product for small- and mid-sized businesses. SIP trunking is the use of VoIP to connect a customer's IP private branch exchange (IP PBX) to the public switched telephone network via the internet. By merging voice services with the business data network, a SIP trunking product can adjust to capacity requirements by allocating bandwidth as needed to support voice and/or data requirements during peak hours. In addition to offering standard voice features required by businesses, SIP trunking also serves as a foundation for future investments in video, mobile and productivity applications.

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Companies: Birch Communications
Countries: World
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