SIP Integration and Interoperability SIP Integration and Interoperability

SIP is a signalling protocol used for initiating, maintaining, and terminating real-time sessions that include voice, video and messaging applications. SIP works on the IP network and plays a key role in modern telephony systems. Below are some of the most common uses cases for SIP:
  • Calls from/to PSTN network
  • Contact Centre platform integration with back office PBX.
  • SIP Interoperability between telephony platforms
  • ISDN to SIP or SIP to ISDN conversion
  • Remote phones connected to enterprise telephony
At BayCom, we provide end-to-end services, required equipment and expertise to get you over the line in days not weeks. These include:
  • PSTN SIP trunks with calling plans
  • Session Border Controllers and Gateways
  • Certified Engineers with over 100 years of combined experience in telecom
Get in touch with us and we will take it from there.