5 Things You Need to Know about the Future of SIP


While some companies have already begun the new fiscal year, others continue to prepare budgets for 2020. Now more than ever, businesses are turning to SIP trunking for the most reliable, cost-effective communication solutions.

Here is what telecom experts need to know about the future of SIP:

“The future’s so bright, I gotta wear shades.”

This 80s song hits the nail on the head when it comes to the future of SIP trunking, according to a preponderance of research. Eastern Management Group interviewed 40,000 IT managers worldwide to reveal that SIP is growing faster than IT spending in every world region and projections through 2024 are strong.

To be poised for this extended bull market, resellers can accommodate clients with the most up-to-date knowledge and best practices of SIP trunking, of which RingLeader continues to lead the way.

Accessibility and Cost

In both accessibility and cost, SIP trunking will continue to forge ahead of other communication solutions. Reports show that IP PBX shipments continue to grow even to the point that SIP may soon replace ISDN PRI as the primary way to expand communications for optimal functionality and efficiency.


While outsourcing still finds new ways of making good business sense in 2019, the desire of businesses for greater levels of control and ownership of information will increase. Total cost of ownership can be drastically reduced by migrating to a SIP solution, which centralizes the implementation and future management of telecommunications. In today’s economy, when businesses are looking for greater flexibility and control of systems, SIP trunking provides an economical and customizable solution.


Globalization in the marketplace spans industries, from retail to research and beyond. With an increased reliance on the Internet of Things (IoT) throughout the world economy, SIP will continue to create lighter, cheaper, and faster enhancements to B2B communications without borders. Making phone calls over the internet via SIP trunks can only improve and gain new functionality with the fascinating evolution of IoT.


Everyday, headlines reveal new security breaches, and therefore, new vulnerabilities within existing systems. Once believed to be secure, these systems often fail to close loopholes in data transmission that opens pathways for the ill-intended to disrupt communications and damage businesses. As SIP trunking continues to expand its reach around the world, the technology will evolve to address new security concerns. For instance, RingLeader SIP establishes a secure VPN connection straight from RingLeader’s Data Center to a client’s PBX. Then, RingLeader encrypts the data in accordance with HIPAA, thereby providing end-to-end security without needing dedicated IT support.

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Michael Darling

Marketing Manager at RingLeader, Inc. 

VoIP Blogger, Crowdvoicing Expert, SIP Industry Marketing, DC native and Washington Capitals fan.

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