Discover why it’s important to get acquainted with SIP trunk providers and make sure you don’t get stuck with outdated technology. ISDN is quickly getting overtaken by next-generation SIP telephony.
Over a five-year period, the number of ISDN channels used by UK businesses declined by 30%.
2007: 4.7 million ISDN channels used by UK business
2012: 3.3 million ISDN channels used by UK business
In just one year in the UK almost a third of a million ISDN channels were replaced.
2012: In just one year in the UK almost a third of a million ISDN channels were replaced.
At some point in the near future, telecoms operators are expected to stop offering ISDN as an option. This trend was started in May 2013 when US telecoms provider Verizon stopped offering ISDN basic services to new business customers. And it’s now happening in continental Europe.
A major factor is that businesses are demanding more flexibility from their telephony system.
The message is clear; the more flexible SIP trunk is fast consigning ISDN to its ultimate demise in the business telephony market.
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