OneStream Networks' SIP Trunking Service Now Works with Microsoft Skype for Business
ROCHESTER, NY: OneStream Networks, a provider of managed and hosted voice, SIP, and UC solutions, has stated that its SIP Trunking is now compliant with Microsoft Skype for Business for native SIP Trunking as well as encrypted Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Secure Real-time Protocol (SRTP) applications.
With this certification, Skype for Business allows connectivity to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) directly over SIP to deliver flexible unified communication capability with diminished cost. It also helps businesses to connect to their on-premise Skype for Business infrastructure to external PSTN network in a highly scalable way. Skype for Business gives the most reliable PSTN interconnectivity with SIP trunk providers.
“We are very excited to enable the Microsoft customer and VAR community with a world-class SIP trunking service. Achieving this certification ensures that these customers and partners will be able to better communicate and collaborate worldwide while driving twenty to fifty percent out of communications expense through integration of their Skype for Business infrastructure with OneStream’s global SIP network,” says Brian Skidmore, CMO at OneStream Networks.
Likewise, with the reliability and redundancy of a multi-carrier Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) network, SIP Trunking offers the entire standard trunk features users expect from traditional carriers and gives powerful call management features that deliver business continuity and disaster recovery.
It uses Session Initiation Protocol signaling and a native IP-based facility to manage all voice traffic between a customer’s IP PBX platform, MPLS-based global private network and the PSTN. Global coverage, Complete Service Features, Network Flexibility, and Web-based Service Management are the major features of SIP Trunking, which offer advantages, like diminished costs, enhanced continuity, investment protection, advanced scalability, and single vendor.
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