From the SIP Trunking Experts

February 07, 2013 Selects Bandwidth

By Raju Shanbhag SIP Trunking Report Contributor

SIP trunking technology provider, Bandwidth, has announced that the company’s unified communication trunking (UC Trunking) solution has been selected by, a source of voice communications systems to large businesses.

SIP trunking technology caters to one of the most pressing needs of today’s companies – cutting costs. The technology is highly affordable as the user does not have to use separate voice and data connections with this technology.

It also reduces long-distance charges.

By selecting Bandwidth, will now be able to take advantage of voice revenue streams as it can now add voice calling to its unified communications services portfolio. Bandwidth UC Trunking is equipped with features such as per site SIP Trunking account management, direct Tier 2 and higher technical support, and proprietary intelligent fraud monitoring.

The company has been in the SIP trunking business since 2006 and caters to a number of large customers all throughout the United States. The company makes use of its nationwide IP network to provide business SIP trunking solutions.

With its SIP trunking technology, Bandwidth provides unlimited local and long-distance lines for just $30/month. These SIP trunks are compatible with most of the phone systems and are interoperable with major IP PBX vendors all over the world.

“As communication technology evolves, everyone is racing to stay one step ahead of customer needs while also taking advantage of opportunities to provide a broader palate of communications services,” said Steve Leonard, executive vice president and general manager of Bandwidth. “For a UC provider like who is interested in adding voice to its portfolio, Bandwidth UC Trunking helps them take direct control of their voice calling revenues.”

Recently, the company published a survey which focused on the disruptive factors that are likely to influence the business of wholesale voice buyers.

Edited by Braden Becker
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