Digium Live Takes Closer Look at SIP Trunking and Cloud Services

By Leslie Conway

Digium Live Episode 2- SIP Trunking & Cloud ServicesWhy should your business adopt SIP trunking? What are the benefits of SIP trunking or moving to the cloud? These are some of the questions addressed in our new episode of Digium Live!

Special guest, Mark Amick, our director of product management here at Digium, discusses the solutions offered through Digium Cloud Services, including our most recent addition – SIP trunking. Some of the most common concerns that come up when considering SIP trunking options include: billing options and bandwidth capacity requirements. Mark addresses both of these issues, as well as discusses the overall market for cloud-based services, noting the increase in companies that are transferring their business phone systems into the Cloud and adopting Digium’s SIP trunking services.

We invite you to watch this episode of our new web-based series, Digium Live! and learn more about putting a cloud-based solution to work in your company.

Topics discussed include:
· Digium Cloud Services: How and Why it Began
· Umbrella of Services
· Benefits of SIP Trunking
· Considerations Before Adopting SIP Trunking
· Digium’s Infrastructure and Reliability
· Channelized vs. Metered Billing Format
· Preparing for SIP Trunking
· How to Purchase Digium’s Sip Trunking Services
· The Future of Switchvox Cloud and SIP Trunking


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Leslie Conway

Leslie Conway joined Digium in June of 2008 as Vice President of Global Marketing. Conway was responsible for setting world-wide marketing strategy and executing corporate, product and channel marketing activities to position Digium as a visionary leader in open source communications and IP telephony.Conway has more than 20 years experience in technology marketing and channel development. For the past 17 years she worked at ADTRAN, a networking and telecommunications company, where she most recently served as Vice President of Global Marketing responsible for corporate, product and channel marketing as well as pre-sales technical support and training. Additionally, Conway served in senior positions responsible for product marketing, product management and distribution sales. Prior to joining ADTRAN, Conway worked as a product manager at Intergraph Corporation and as a design engineer for General Electric.Conway holds a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, a master's degree in management and a master's degree in business administration from Florida Tech.

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