Do you have multiple trunking carriers? Do you wish you could have a backup to your primary trunks? Not only is ConferenceManager a "PBX agnostic" solution, but it is also compatible with both your T1 (PRIs) as well as your SIP trunks. Sonexis is capable of connecting your trunks simultaneously to be used in unison, or simply connecting one as a backup. While this feature is convenient for the sake of utilizing existing infrastructure, as is, it is also a feature that allows customers an additional source of reliability when it comes to potential outages.
While some users may have their Sonexis solutions accept active connections from both sources (T1 and SIP) at the same time, others can choose to use one as a designated back-up. This way, if one of the two trunks or its carrier has an outage, you'll have the ability to pick up the call where you left off on your backup source of connectivity. With a system like this in place, you will be less likely to find yourself in an emergency situation regarding your conference calls.
Organizations with business critical communications can greatly benefit from multiple trunking sources, either for peace of mind, or if they're located in a rural area with limited carrier choices. There are multiple business cases where this scenario can come about, but hybrid trunking integration is a cost-effective feature when carrier outages are possible.
Founded in 2001, Sonexis connects businesses with their customers, partners and employees through a powerful audio, web and HD video conferencing platform that’s easy-to-use, secure and cost-effective. Sonexis conferencing solutions are designed for on-premises or cloud based deployments and is engineered to provide the most flexible and dynamic conferencing experience for the enterprise. Sonexis solutions enable businesses to leverage high quality conferencing without the costly pay-as-you go fees of subscription-based programs.