How does VoIP work?
With a traditional phone system, sound is transmitted through the phone company’s telephone wires. Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) transmits voice traffic over your existing Internet connection instead. With so many of us relying on the Internet to perform daily functions, combining a phone system with the Internet makes perfect sense.
Hosted PBX and SIP Trunking are key elements of VOIP systems. Hosted PBX means the PBX equipment is located at StratusDial’s facilities, not at the client site. You only pay for what you need, and when you need more capacity, we turn it on. There are many benefits to Hosted PBX solutions, and it is a superior solution over traditional PBXs. SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunking connects equipment in your offices to the public Internet, and enables DID’s (Direct Inward Dial numbers) with IP connectivity.