2012 Presidential Elections – Upcoming Shortage of VoIP Paths Due to RoboCall Volume ?

(PRWEB) February 16, 2012
Those living in the early voting states may have already noticed: the 2012 Presidential primaries are already causing an overwhelming amount of political robocalls to be placed. And the 2012 presidential race is still yet to start.

According to SipTrunks.org, a SIP (VoIP) company specializing in high volume and call center traffic termination, the demand for SIP paths that take robocall and dialer traffic is already greatly surging.

O’Wind, director of carrier relations at SipTrunks.org, commented, “Call centers and other companies making RoboCalls or generating dialer traffic need to be aware of the huge impact we believe the presidential race is going to have on the SIP termination market. These companies have to get their relations with the different carriers in place now. When the demand surges and VoIP ports become scarce, I predict it will be very hard to get any service from a carrier one does not have an existing relation with. When capacity becomes an issue, who is going to get helped first? Existing customers and existing relationships, or some new company knocking on a carrier’s door for the first time?”

Besides the predicted shortage of SIP termination capacity for call centers, SIPTrunks.org also predicts a shortage of CNAM CallerID capable ANIs with a Washington area code. For more information or help with negotiating carrier relations, interested parties are invited to get in touch with SIPtrunks.org for a free consultation.

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