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MegaPath Debuts New SIP Trunking SolutionsMegaPath Debuts New SIP Trunking Solutions

Companies of all sizes can buy the trunking component with or without MegaPath's access services.

Craig Galbraith

January 29, 2013

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MegaPath Debuts New SIP Trunking Solutions

MegaPath has launched two new SIP trunking solutions: an Enterprise Trunking voice offering for organizations with multiple locations and a standalone solution for single-location business customers.

Companies of all sizes can buy the trunking component with or without MegaPath’s access services.

Traditionally, medium and large enterprises, as well as distributed businesses were the segments that leveraged SIP Trunking most often; however, enterprise-class services are becoming critical for small businesses, leading them to adopt SIP Trunking to meet their voice needs,” said Cindy Whelan, principal analyst, business network and IT services, Current Analysis. As more companies continue to add SIP Trunking to their communications investment, service providers must enhance their offerings to deliver value-added services that reduce costs, improve productivity and ease management burdens.”

MegaPath says its standalone SIP Trunking solution is an option for single-location businesses that want a reliable, easy-to-manage VoIP service. Customers can bring their own broadband connection for MegaPaths SIP Trunking service or purchase it with one of MegaPaths access solutions with QoS.

Enterprise Trunking helps companies reduce costs and streamline their voice communications across all of their locations by consolidating to a single service provider rather than multiple providers for different sites, the company said. Businesses can manage voice services at multiple locations from a centralized IP PBX over MegaPaths MPLS VPN network with bi-directional, real-time quality of dervice (QoS) or an existing private network.

New Enterprise Trunking features include concurrent call-capacity sharing across locations and support for multiple Integrated Access Devices (IADs) for a single large site. The service can also be combined with other MegaPath Managed Services such as Managed Security and Hosted IT Services.

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Craig Galbraith

Editorial Director, Channel Futures

Craig Galbraith is the editorial director for Channel Futures and Channel Partners, joining the team in 2008. Before that, he spent more than 11 years as an anchor, reporter and managing editor in television newsrooms in North Dakota and Washington state. Craig is a proud Husky, having graduated from the University of Washington. He makes his home in the Phoenix area.

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