Primary Rate Interface (PRI)

Author: Anagha Ravi

Primary rate interface (PRI) is a telecommunications interface used mostly in an Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN). A PRI is a form of TDM, allowing you to send up to 23 separate communications via voice, data, or video. Channels are typically used by larger enterprise companies with a PBX system to help with access to the PSTN.

How Bandwidth is involved with PRI?

With technology advancing, companies are actively replacing PRI circuits with a more scalable SIP-based infrastructure. Bandwidth provides SIP services so our customers can deliver quality communication services. Many SIP Trunking providers are merely resellers, relying on several other carrier’s networks. When you call these help desks, all they can do is open a ticket with their carriers and wait. When you call Bandwidth, you’re talking directly to the people who can solve your problem. Bandwidth owns and operates one of the nation’s largest and fastest-growing All-IP Voice Networks. We’re the SIP provider you can count on to deliver quality, affordability, scalability, and exceptional service.