mSIP Trunking: Is it the Option Your Business Needs?
October 10, 2019
Managed SIP Trunking (mSIP) is a money-saving and scalable alternative to traditional service and it’s growing in popularity.
Perhaps you’ve decided that your Primary Rate Interface (PRI) service is way too expensive. Or maybe your service provider has decided to discontinue its legacy PRI offering.
Maybe you’ve already made the move to a SIP service but are looking for better performance and better guarantees for all your calls – including your IP to IP calls.
Whatever your SIP trunking need is, look no further than nexVortex’s Managed SIP (mSIP) Trunking service.
With mSIP Trunking, it’s the “m” that makes all the difference
VoIP for business just keeps getting bigger and better. Bigger, meaning that the adoption rate has taken it from early adopters to mainstream. Better, meaning that quality of service (QoS) plus definitive troubleshooting, (two roadblocks to adopting SIP for some businesses), have been removed by nexVortex’s mSIP.
Bring in that “m”. It stands for “managed”. Managed SIP (mSIP) Trunking is a service that not only delivers voice quality but it comes with the ability to definitively troubleshoot issues at multiple points along the call path – from the premise, to the access network and across the core to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).
mSIP began with a large investment in infrastructure by nexVortex including the build-out of a nationwide, private MPLS network to carry calls not over the public internet, but over an IP network, controlled, quality assured, managed, and monitored by nexVortex.
As part of the service, nexVortex delivers an enterprise session border controller that sits on the customer premises and provides a demarcation point for visibility as well as a place to measure and report on call quality BEFORE calls even leave the customer’s location.
nexVortex executed peering agreements with major carriers to ensure that calls stayed “on-net” between the access carrier’s network and the nexVortex core (less hops, means better quality). Finally, we initiated a massive software development effort to deliver the tools needed to collect, analyze, and report call quality at multiple points along the call path. All of this is managed and monitored out of our US-based Network Operations Center.
So whether you want better IP to IP call performance or are looking to move off of legacy phone service, to learn about the unique aspects of our mSIP service in less than 3 minutes watch our mSIP video and then contact us to discuss how we can help you with your cloud communications needs.