Wholesale VoIP Featured Article
Developing a Protocol for Managing Wholesale SIP Termination
Finding the right provider for SIP Termination is important. Think of it this way: if you sign up with a company that is too inexperienced or unreliable, service that might seem acceptable at first can quickly turn to abysmal. VoIP Innovations (News - Alert) has a great protocol called “RATA” that takes you step by step through a tried-and-true process of investigating the effectiveness of a SIP provider for wholesale SIP termination.
A benefit to this process is that it is very short and simple, not to mention inexpensive and efficient. The authors explain policies and principles to help you determine when it is time to change SIP providers due to changes in performance. If you end up finding that RATA is not to your liking, the informative white paper offers some additional recommendations on how to make sure that the protocol that you develop is just as thorough and methodical as theirs.
Some may say that managing SIP Termination is a form of “micro-managing” but nothing could be further from the truth — as the number of users that a SIP provider gives service to changes both with contracts and with the daily ebb and flow of traffic, users can have drastically different experiences and serious providers should be up to the challenge of maintaining the same basic level of performance.
If the SIP provider does not invest in the right hardware or has other connectivity issues at the base of its operations or a major sub-facility, the quality of service can change overnight. That drop in service could become a loss of clients or revenue for your company and that scenario can be easily avoided using these types of methods for choosing and maintaining superior wholesale SIP termination from a reliable provider.
While some people rely on word-of-mouth or just a Google (News - Alert) search to find a Wholesale SIP Termination provider, VoIP Innovations gives lasting advice on how to be sure that you have made the right decision, and how to retain the best service that will in turn optimize the experiences of your users and clients.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson