Broadvox Offers SIP Trunking Failover Options for Business Continuity
Dec 11, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Broadvox, a provider of VoIP, SIP Trunking and Hosted Voice Solutions, published a new article, Business Continuity with SIP Trunking.
According to a release, this educational tool outlines the options Broadvox provides for failover with their SIP Trunking services in order to ensure business continuity.
Over the years, experience serving a discerning wholesale clientele of over 300 telecommunications carriers and 400 value added resellers has helped Broadvox understand the need to keep communications up and running despite interruptions to voice and data services, the Company said. Whether the outage is caused by unexpected call spikes, power outages, PBX failures, loss of connectivity, human error or natural disasters, businesses need a way to seamlessly stay up and available their customers.
To address this need, Broadvox offers customers the choice of four failover options. SIP Trunking failover solutions can be separated into two categories: Call Forwarding and IP Address Forwarding. Call Forwarding allows for individual DIDs (direct inward dial phone numbers) to be redirected to a specific corresponding phone number or have all calls to any DID on the trunk redirect to a prioritized list of numbers.
"Business continuity solutions are an inexpensive and cost effective way to proactively keep your business running despite service interruptions caused by natural disaster, mechanical failure or human error," said Director of Product Management, Mike Gruszka.
Broadvox ensures optimal performance by managing a multi-redundant voice-optimized IP network for exceptional reliability, security, and quality of service. And, with Broadvox SIP Trunking, businesses can maximize savings by choosing from three calling plans which can be customized with add-on features - such as Automatic Failover, enhanced DID with E911 Service, and extra toll-free numbers.
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