Back in October 2008 we featured a piece on SIP Trunking, which explained the basics of the technology and the potential benefits for business users.
SIP Trunking continues to proliferate, and I recently came across some excellent stories related to SIP Trunking that I thought I would share.
Over at NoJitter.com, Alan Percy from Audiocodes explains the difference between BYOBB (Bring Your Own Broadband) and Bundled SIP Trunking offerings.
Also on NoJitter you can find a comprehensive piece on SIP Trunking from Matt Brunk, detailing some of his personal experiences with the technology.
Gary Kim at the IP Carrier Blog postulates on the prospective growth of the SIP Trunking market between now and 2103.
TMCNet’s David Byrd talks about the impact of bandwidth metering on SIP Trunking.
Cisco Interaction Network blogger Robb Boyd wonders, is SIP Trunking the next big thing?
There’s no question people are talking about SIP Trunking. They’re also Tweeting about it. If you have thoughts on SIP Trunking, pros, cons, personal experiences, predictions, etc….we’d love to hear from you.