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Redundant Internet Connections: Dramatically Increase Voice & Data Reliability
The old paradigm was to have a dedicated voice circuit and a dedicated data circuit. With the advent of VoiP, the dedicated voice circuit can be eliminated. While that saves money, it also makes a business more vulnerable in the case of a data circuit failure. And that vulnerability grows even greater with the shift to cloud-based applications.
So, this sounds like a bad situation, but there is a happy story in here. Due to the savings of SIP trunking, many customers have been able to install a second data circuit to increase reliability and Internet speed without additional cost. We consider this a triple win: