SIP Trunking: Active/Standby Features
sponsored by Gamma

When it comes to business success, availability and accessibility is everything. Unfortunately, hardware and other systems failures are unpredictable and can put your business unexpectedly in jeopardy.

This video details how Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking’s active/standby feature monitors activity on your primary link – where all your traffic is routed – and, in the case of failure, will send this traffic across your secondary location to ensure the utmost availability for your users.

View now to learn why SIP trunking is a critical part of your disaster recovery strategy.

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