ISDN has been a standard for so long that you might have concerns about moving away from a service that already gives you good call quality and flexibility. Let Peach put your mind at ease.
Like all things in the world of Technology, change is coming. By 2020 you will no longer be able to order ISDN and SIP Trunks will be in its place. We understand that many businesses may be hesitant about this move, so read on and take action sooner rather than later.
Keep your business running with minimal disruption. You can be prepared for any situation, put in place a disaster recovery plan and have us set up back-up facilities. You can re-route calls instantly in emergency situations.
If your business has multiple sites, SIP trunking can rationalise the number of PBX's you'll need to maintain, with no loss of control of your telephone numbers.
When SIP trunks are implemented correctly, fraud is not an issue. Connectivity will be more secure than previously. A properly configured SIP channel will allow you to handle your own connectivity via dedicated firewalls or a router with firewalls built in, which is managed by Peach Technologies.
SIP Trunking uses private IP connections specifically designed to carry voice, and as such come with Quality-of-Service guarantees. SIP Trunks therefore can deliver the same or sometimes even better call quality than ISDN. We provide an expert SIP service that comes with a dedicated support team to help maintain SLAs and Quality-of-Service guarantees.
Upgrading to SIP will have the opposite effect, it will save you money in quite a significant manner. You’ll save most noticeably when no longer paying ISDN line rental costs. Additionally, you’ll have access to lower call rates or in some cases, free calls to UK destinations or mobiles. Typical savings can be 50% on line rentals and 25% on calls. Calls between connected sites are also free, even those that are international.
SIP has been around since the mid 1990’s and SIP trunks have had a presence since 2007, the technology has been in use for some time. It is safe to say there is a substantial body of expertise in the marketplace today, and that the technology is well tested and up to date.