SIP trunking services like IntelePeer’s CoreCloud (TM) allow organizations using Microsoft Lync to take full advantage of Lync’s flexible and advanced communications capabilities. However, the mobility of users enabled by Lync with SIP trunking can be challenging when it comes to providing robust and reliable E911 service. That’s why IntelePeer has teamed with 911 Enable to add Nomadic E911 as part of its SIP Trunking offering, CoreCloud. Organizations that implement CoreCloud SIP trunking for their Microsoft Lync deployment can rest assured that their users have access to a proven nomadic E911 solution – 911 Enable’s Emergency Routing Service (ERS) – that delivers robust and reliable E911 capabilities to meet regulations and keep users safe.
When someone places an emergency call, 911 Enable and IntelePeer’s solutions work together to ensure the call and accurate caller-location information are delivered to the geographically-appropriate Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP). This is especially important in environments where Lync users are highly mobile and take their devices with them wherever they go on the network.
Both IntelePeer’s CoreCloud SIP trunking service and 911 Enable’s Emergency Routing Service are qualified under the Microsoft Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program (UCOIP). To learn more about UCOIP, visit http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/lync/fp179863.
For more information on IntelePeer and 911 Enable, read IntelePeer’s press release here.