‘No Jitter’ recently published an article by industry analyst, Phil Edholm, entitled “VoIPmageddon: Is Quality Leading to a Telephony Meltdown?”  that highlighted the increasing challenge of delivering quality voice as the number of VoIP endpoints grows. This issue is likely one that most enterprise communications decision-makers have encountered.

The good news, which many of them may not realize, is that it can be mitigated.

Delivering VoIP endpoints over an IP-based implementation is no easy task, but by following several important best practices, such as using SIP trunking, working with Tier 1 providers, deploying a large number of points of presence, and more, enterprises can avoid falling victim to VoIPmageddon.

For those companies operating a conferencing service, additional requirements apply. For example, your VoIP carrier should provide international and domestic SIP backhaul capabilities to your conference bridge.

Is your SIP trunking provider accurately addressing VoIPmageddon, or should you re-evaluate? Read more about it on my blog post on No Jitter.