SIP Trunking & Peering to MS Lync

The emergence of Unified Communications – integrating communications services into desktop and mobile computing – has enabled MicroSoft’s Lync (rebranded as Skype for Business in Q2 2015) to meet a growing demand for such services.  Using our SIP Trunking connection options, VoIP Logic’s Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) allows our Service Provider Partners (SPPs) to sell to business customers that utilize the MS Lync/Skype for Business unified communications server.  As a Service Provider in such a dynamically changing market for communications, keeping the technology you offer and the range of integration available current, is critical to winning and retaining customers.

Lync Scenario 1

Lync to BroadWorks connection

VoIP Logic SIP Trunking to MS Lync is an enterprise telephony connectivity solution that enhances the capabilities found on a traditional IP-PBX. The MS Lync connectivity configuration has completed interoperability testing with VoIP Logic’s SIP Trunking Interoperability Test Plan. VoIP Logic extends the premises based functionality of the MS Lync Server environment with additional options for resiliency and redundancy, along with integration to Enterprise Hosted VoIP and advanced Collaboration support through linkage to VoIP Logic Logic’s United Communications Client Software (UCCS), generally available in the coming months.

Lync Scenario 3

VoIP Logic SIP Trunking to MS Lync Infrastructure example

VoIP Logic Lync Peering SIP Trunking – This document reviews VoIP Logic’s SIP Trunking to MS Lync/Skype for Business Product Offering and how it can enhance  the product portfolio of Service Provider Partner’s (SPPs) who wish to offer  additional connection options and functionality to MS Lync customers .