Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is the typical signaling standard for real-time communications including Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). SIP is an open-standard which enables carrier voice equipment to interoperate seamlessly with customer premise equipment (CPE). The logical voice channel created between them is referred to as a SIP Trunk; a virtual phone line that utilizes a Myxcell Network connection for access. SIP Trunking works along with an IP PBX as well as with legacy customer premise equipment (CPE) which uses an Access Device (AD), commonly referred to as a gateway.
SIP Trunking delivers inexpensive local, toll-free, domestic and international long distance service via the Myxcell Network national footprint covering North America with per trunk and per minute rates much lower than that of traditional service. Also, with phone numbers from over 8,500 rate centers, and over 60 countries Myxcell Network can create new or port existing numbers nationwide.