For the seventh consecutive year, Verizon leads the pack in IHS Infonetics’ SIP trunking rankings.
The company on Wednesday will release its North American Service Provider Scorecard, which profiles, analyzes and ranks the top 10 SIP trunking providers in North America.
Verizon was followed in the top 10, in order, by CenturyLink, AT&T and XO Communications. While the positions held by Verizon, AT&T and XO might not come as a surprise, CenturyLink’s very well could.
“All except CenturyLink have been near the top of the leaderboard for the past seven years and are mainstays in the SIP market, leading in service development and customer adoption,” said Diane Myers, research director for VoIP, UC and IMS at IHS. “CenturyLink had a big jump in this year’s scorecard due to a strong and growing installed base and improved financials. XO continues to have the largest installed base of connectivity trunks.”
Level 3 was another solid gainer, Myers said, strengthening its position on the SIP trunking scorecard thanks to its acquisition of tw telecom last year.
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The report further says that providers are differentiating their SIP services based on security, interoperability, pricing and reliability since features aren’t a critical component of the technology.
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