What is DID?
DID stands for Direct Inward Dialing. DID is a feature offered by telephone companies for use with their customers PBX (private branch exchange) system. By using DID, a company can offer its customers individual phone numbers for each person or workstation within the company
What is VoIP?
VoIP stands for Voice . . . → Read More: What is DID and how it works with VoIP?
SIP is a Session Initiation Protocol at application layer which controls creating, modifying, and terminating sessions with multiple participants. A SIP Trunk can be referred to as a logical connection between an IP PBX and a Service Provider’s application servers that allows voice over IP traffic to be exchanged between the two. While placing . . . → Read More: What is SIP TRUNKING?
SIP Trunking – What does the future look like?
A new independent survey research report on Session Internet Protocol (SIP) trunking reveals an enterprise marketplace that is poised to make significant investments in this technology – even as executives wrestle with questions about exactly how new deployments will affect current telecom operations and future . . . → Read More: Industry Survey: SIP Trunking in the Enterprise is Poised for Growth in 2011…But Significant Operational Questions Remain
Are you taking advantage of VoIP technology yet? VoIP Technology uses SIP Trunking. SIP Trunk is similar to a phone-line, except that a SIP Trunk utilizes the IP network, not the PSTN. SIP Trunk are versatile and cost effective solution that delivers the benefits and cost savings of VoIP. You can now retain your . . . → Read More: Advantage of VoIP technology
Thanks to one our Customer John, who took time to prepare this document for us. Lot of people used to struggle in configuring their 3cx VoIP system with DIDForSale. John from www.it-solutionsusa.com has prepared this step by step instructions on How to Configure 3cx SIP voip system. Click on the link below. How to . . . → Read More: How to Configure 3cx voip system with DIDForSale