VoIP plus SIP services to reach $3.9 billion within 2016

A new story from Frost and Sullivan has a few high hopes for VoIP plus SIP services. The investigate firm has painted one more rosy picture anywhere IP communications rule. The firm sees VoIP plus SIP Trunking services beating the market downturn and instead builds on their earlier growth.

According to the investigate firm's 'North American VoIP Access plus SIP Trunking Services Markets' story, the market earned revenues of $717.3 million in 2009, but it might reach $3.9 billion in 2016. While most enterprise systems now run on PBX with gateways, the firm believe the move to SIP would be predictable as companies upgrade and deploy more complete unified communications (UC) solutions.