In the first quarter of 2017, Syringa Networks added SIP Trunking to their suite of network services to help customers save money on their voice requirements. Delivered on a dynamic and robust network, SIP Trunking provides a scalable, flexible and cost-effective alternative to traditional voice services.
The SIP Trunking product will also save businesses time through easy flat rate billing for local, long-distance and toll-free calling packages. No more complicated per minute invoices to review every month.
Customers will also enjoy reliability of SIP Trunking because it is delivered on Syringa Networks high-speed managed network. In addition, the switching platform is state of the art and will work with most standards-based PBX equipment. Service Level Agreements apply to SIP Trunking and expert support is available 24/7/365.
About Syringa Networks:
Syringa Networks specializes in custom network solutions for businesses, providing a broad range of networking services throughout Idaho, Utah, and Washington. Services are delivered over a 4 Terabit capacity backbone, on a purpose-built self-healing fiber optic network. Offerings are available at speeds from T1 to OC-192 and Ethernet at data rates up to 100 Gigabits (Gb). In addition to a full range of E-Line, E-LAN, and Layer-3 services, Syringa Networks operates Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technologies. Through services such as Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), the company is able to customize business communications regardless of the technologies used at each location. Additional services provided include Business Internet, Fiber-to-the-Tower, and Network Equipment sales.
Syringa Networks is a privately held corporation headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with additional offices in Idaho Falls and Pocatello, Idaho, and West Valley City, Utah.
Larry Price, Vice President Marketing & Sales
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