Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a communications protocol that is widely used for managing multimedia communication sessions such as voice and video calls. SIP, therefore is one of the specific protocols that enable VoIP. It defines the messages that are sent between endpoints and it governs establishment, termination and other essential elements of a call. SIP can be used to transmit information between just two endpoints or many. In addition to voice, SIP can be used for video conferencing, instant messaging, fax over IP (FoIP), media distribution and other applications.
ENACCS SIP Trunks provide business and residential clients all of the features and advantages of VoIP including easy implementation. ENACCS SIP Trunks uses the SIP protocol to allow deployment of voice services over a broadband connection. SIP Trunks allow you to require only one network connection for voice and data so you can maximize your return on investment in network infrastructure. In addition, you can keep your existing telephone system and phone numbers when using ENACCS SIP Trunking and is e911 compliant.
ENACCS SIP Trunking is being embraced by corporations because when compared to standard phone lines, it is dramatically more cost effective.
The cost of maintenance and additional hardware has been almost completely removed. There is also no need to invest in a dedicated PSTN circuit. This enables a business to save a lot of money.