Blog Posts for SIP Trunking

Live from IAUG CONVERGE2014: Building a Secure SIP Network


It’s been a busy, thought-provoking day here at IAUG’s CONVERGE2014 in Dallas. This afternoon, we listened in as Andrew Prokop discussed “Building a Secure SIP Network”, a topic that deeply resonates with our entire Windstream team. Security is top of mind in the IT industry, even more so with recent data breaches and threats affecting millions of consumers and businesses across the globe.

IAUG CONVERGE 2013: SIP Trunking Key to Unifying Business Communications


When you bring together the brightest industry leaders in one place, it is always interesting to see which topics are of the greatest interest from year to year. At this week’s International Avaya User’s Group (IAUG) CONVERGE 2013, once such topic has been unified communications (UC), specifically SIP trunking.

Guide to Unified Communications Lingo: From the Windstream Telecom Lingo Series


In the telecommunications and IT world, we freely toss around terms like “UC”, “PBX” and “SIP” (Unified Communications, Private Branch Exchange, Session Initiated Protocol). These make perfect sense to those who live in this world. We often make up our own words and even change the definitions of existing words like “host”, “bit”, “gate”, “jitter”, “bug”, “trunk” and even “hockey puck” to suit our needs. 

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