You might use multiple platforms for voice communications – such as PBXs, Centrex and key systems – and a separate network for data. Or your network might comprise components from different vendors. But this lack of cohesion is inefficient and can inhibit growth. With voice transformation, however, you can get on a path toward an integrated communications platform that unites voice and data.
Integration streamlines operations and eliminates redundant network costs. You also gain the ability to run entirely new capabilities that your company needs to remain competitive in today’s (and tomorrow’s) workplace. Watch this video and discover how, using MPLS IP-based networks, you can take advantage of voice over IP (VoIP) and unified communications (UC) applications. Also learn how Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking delivers lower WAN costs and supports applications such as hosted contact centers and telepresence.