Microsoft Lync Server 2013 is designed to take your business’ collaboration environment to the next level.
SIP trunking provides substantial cost savings. Lync Communication software connects your employees through features such as: conferencing, presence, and instant messaging at the enterprise level. Lynx can function on either a traditional telephone line connection or a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunk provider. However, SIP Trunking is a next-generation communication platform, which is superior to traditional telephone lines as it provides a salable voice solution that can be adjusted to meet your individual business needs. Further, SIP Trunking simplifies administration of your network and will save you money on your telecom budget by assuring the solution is tailored to current telephone system needs with up-to-date enhancements to real-time communications.
Carolina Digital Phone offers premier SIP Trunk service for Microsoft Lync that provides a low-cost, high-quality option for Lync servers to connect with Carolina Digital Phone SIP Trunking service. SIP trunking allows you to consolidate your organization’s connections to a central site.
Long-distance calls are cheaper when placed through a SIP trunk. Telephone system deployment complexity is reduced, eliminating PSTN gateways as well as their management and associated maintenance costs. SIP trunking costs are based on bandwidth, which is more easily tailored to the economical increments that make the most sense for your business. In order to employ your SIP trunking for Lync, your connection must be routed through a mediation server that transcodes media as necessary. This mediation server acts as a proxy between Microsoft’s Lync Server 2013 clients and the service provider. Mediation servers have both an internal and external network interface with the internal interface connecting to the front end servers and the external interface connecting the mediation server to either a public switched telephone network gateway or IP-PBX system. With SIP trunking, the external interface is connected to the ITSP’s external edge.