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SIP Trunking—Evolution in Enterprise Communications : Next Wave in Enterprise Communication Landscape Will Facilitate Unified Communications
Executive Summary—Key Findings
- The ubiquitous availability of Internet access has ushered in session initiation protocol (SIP)- based trunking services, which enable enterprises to migrate from dual, physically-separate voice and data networks to a converged and consolidated all-IP infrastructure.
- Enterprises are now moving to IP, and SIP trunking has become the de-facto solution of choice for business communication.
- SIP is an emerging technology in India. There is an increase in deployment of IP solutions across enterprise applications due to rapid and cost-effective benefits. This has led to the growth of the global enterprise media gateway market (also referred to as VoIP gateway).
- The SIP trunking market in India is expected to grow at a healthy CAGR, spiking up market revenue. The growth is mainly attributed to increase in Internet penetration, low cost of deployment, and ease of scalability over legacy communication systems.
- SIP trunking services are expected to play an important role by allowing enterprises to realize the cost savings and technological and operational benefits of VoIP when communicating with branch offices as well as dispersed locations.
SIP trunking technology is in its infancy in India, with only a handful of service providers offering the services. However, as the VoIP offerings in Indian enterprises are gaining momentum, SIP services are also expected to gain traction with increasing awareness.
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