SIP Phones are phones enabled with SIP technology. SIP Phones may also be referred to as VoIP phone or soft phone.
How is Bandwidth Involved with SIP Phones
Bandwidth provides SIP trunking services. The SIP protocol can be used to create, modify, and terminate two-party (unicast, like regular phone calls) or multi-party (multicast, like video conference calls) sessions. Sessions may consist of one or several media streams. This is where the term SIP Phone comes in. Bandwidth considers any phone that is enabled with SIP technology to be a SIP Phone.
What Are the Benefits of Bandwidth’s SIP Phones
Since Bandwidth owns and operates one of the largest All-IP Voice Networks in the nation, we are able to meet the needs of businesses both large and small. Industry leaders such as Google rely on Bandwidth’s SIP services to power products such as Google Voice. Bandwidth’s network provides the benefit of scalability no matter what size your business is.
Another benefit that our customers enjoy from partnering with Bandwidth for SIP Phones is cost savings. There is no need to deal with a middleman when you are working with Bandwidth. That means more money in your pocket to invest in other areas of your business.
Bandwidth is proud to provide our customers with a world class support team that is available to address any concerns that our customers may have with their SIP services. Our NOC team is on call 24/7 and is constantly monitoring the network to make sure it consistently produces the quality services that our customers expect.
Bandwidth has mastered SIP Phones, so that your business can focus more on what matters most to you.
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“Bandwidth” refers to Bandwidth Inc. and/or Bandwidth.com CLEC, LLC.