Tpad SIP trunking 'provides the connectivity' for IP telephony solutions
Leading communications solutions company Tpad has recently announced a new addition to its roster of services to include SIP Trunking. This is one of the newest telecommunications technology allowing companies to improve their communication infrastructure while drastically reducing operating costs and hardware investments.
- (1888PressRelease) June 09, 2011 - This move is intended to vigorously compete with other business telephony companies such as BT, Avaya, Samsung and Microsoft Lync by giving any company the chance to benefit from the SIP trunking revolution.
"Previously, our clients had to use traditional technology which used costly PSTN, BRIs and PRIs circuits, and we are just about to radically change that," says Marketing Manager Steven Johns. "Although traditional phone systems with SIP are efficient, thanks to VoIP and IP PBX, companies had to spend on physical cables and analogue circuits," he adds. With SIP trunks, Tpad offers a technology that integrates data and voice over a dedicated internet access circuit. With this system, phone calls made are routed to the IP backbone using VoIP. These trunks are used along with a PBX telephone system in place of traditional PRIs (Primary Rate Interface) and fixed line circuits in PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network).
According to Tpad, companies with existing IP PBX telephone systems are bound to take most advantage with this telephony solution. As Tpad Sales Director Simon Jones puts it, "The main advantage of SIP trunks is that it can utilize your existing data connection and facilities to improve your communication lines, allowing our clients to save more on monthly call costs. It also makes efficient use of the Internet services hired through their respective providers."
SIP trunking is also reported to be fully-scalable to accommodate high traffic and bigger number of users. Tpad CEO Tahir Mohsan suggests growing companies to adapt SIP trunking because of this reason: "SIP trunking can be used with as few or as many users as necessary, ensuring maximum productivity and profitability." Tpad also promises full integration of this technology without disrupting regular business processes. "Deployment and provisioning of SIP Trunking / SIP Gateways is immediate. No longer do companies need to wait days for circuits to be installed," Mohsan adds.
Furthermore, Tpad is confident with growth in their SIP trunk and SIP Gateway services within the year. "Companies will continue to seek to improve their communication, and they will find that this communications technology offers one of the most inexpensive solutions that perfectly meet their needs," says Tpad Group Marketing Director John Free.
Quoting Steven Johns, "It is just a matter of time when all companies will start using SIP / VoIP trunking for their future communication needs. I highly encourage customer-centred businesses to embrace this technology; imagine ROI of 6 months or less, this is really something special from Tpad."
About Tpad: (http://www.tpadbusiness.co.uk)
Tpad is a world-wide leading provider of managed VoIP services trusted by hundreds of customers not only in the UK but worldwide. Their new SIP services include custom predictive SIP Diallers, SIP trunks, IAX2 trunks, VoIP media Gateways, Call Reporting Suites and Mobile Call Recording offer not only efficient communications solutions, but security, reliability and high quality of service that meets every need of business enterprises and their users. For more information on their SIP Trunking and SIP Gateway services, please visit http://www.tpadbusiness.co.uk or call them at +44 (0)845 122 1746