We’re excited to share that SIP Interface now supports international regions, including North America (Virginia, Oregon), Europe (Ireland), Asia Pacific (Tokyo, Singapore, Sydney), and South America (São Paulo). This means that when you send SIP to Twilio, or receive SIP from Twilio, you can specify the region that’s closest to the location of your communications infrastructure to ensure the best quality of service.
Sending SIP to Twilio
To specify the gateway to send SIP traffic to:
- Update your IP address whitelist.
- Point your communications infrastructure to any of our localized URIs.
Receiving SIP from Twilio
To specify the region to receive SIP from Twilio:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <Response> <Dial> <Sip>sip:email@example.com;region=ie1</Sip> </Dial> </Response>
Twilio SIP Interface makes it easy for you to add cloud voice capabilities, such as a browser-based to your existing VoIP infrastructure, without costly upgrades or hardware purchases. With SIP Interface, you can add browser- and mobile-based WebRTC capabilities to an existing IP PBX or call center, build IVRs that can be easily changed, keep existing phone numbers while adding new capabilities and fine-grained routing control without requiring porting, and access WebRTC communications from any browser or mobile app anywhere in the world.
We can’t wait to see what you build!