“The benefits of SIP trunking – such as increased network savings and operational efficiencies – were previously available only to large companies with sophisticated IT networks," said Chris Aversano, Birch chief operating officer. “To meet the needs of small and medium-sized businesses, Birch’s SIP trunking service will provide even single-location businesses the benefits of voice and data convergence."
An SIP trunking solution merges voice services with the business data network. It adjusts to capacity requirements by allocating bandwidth as needed to support voice and data requirements during the busiest hours. Businesses can purchase as many trunks as they need, and trunks can also be added later.
“Businesses are able to ‘right-size’ their voice solutions using SIP trunking," said Vincent Oddo, Birch president and CEO. “They may also benefit by avoiding delays in turning up more lines because physical lines are not required with the SIP trunking service."