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  • By Bill Harrison
    SIP レジストレーションにおけるエッジロケーションへの対応 SIP Registration Locality JP

    この記事は英語版ブログ記事の抄訳です。

    SIPレジストレーションを行うことで、SIP対応デバイスやソフトフォンをTwilioに直接接続することができます。またProgrammable Voice APIを使用して、複雑なハードウェアやネットワークへの物理接続を必要とせずに、強力なコール処理ロジックを構築することができます。おなじみのTwilioアプリケーションを使って、PSTNやWebRTC/モバイルクライアントと同じようにSIPエンドポイントに接続することができるのです。しかしこれまでは、レジストレーション済みSIPデバイスはグローバルにコールを発着信することができるものの、SIPレジストレーション先は、米国バージニア州アッシュバーン(米国東部)にある当社データセンターに限定されていました。

    そのような中、2020年6月に、アプリケーションのパフォーマンス向上視点からのエッジロケーション対応機能を新たに発表しました。またこの新機能を通してお届けした基盤を活用し、更にエンドユーザーのコミュニケーション体験向上に貢献する機能をお届けしたいと考えていました。

    そして今回、SIPレジストレーションが、世界中のパブリックおよびプライベートのエッジロケーションに対応できるようになったことをお知らせ致します。これにより、お客様の所在に最も近いエッジロケーションにSIPデバイスをレジストレーションし、デバイス接続のパフォーマンスと耐障害性を向上させることができます。

    エッジロケーション経由で登録すると、アプリケーションのパフォーマンスが向上し、以下のようなメリットがも …

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  • By Bill Harrison
    Announcing Support for Regional Twilio SIP Registration Regional SIP Registration

    SIP Registration allows you to connect your SIP-enabled devices or softphones directly to Twilio, and use the Programmable Voice API to build powerful call-handling logic without standing up complex hardware or physical connections to your network. You can use the Twilio applications you know and love to connect to SIP endpoints the same way you do to the PSTN or WebRTC/Mobile clients. Until now, however, while your registered SIP devices could make and receive calls globally, your endpoints could only register to Twilio via our US-East data center in Ashburn, VA, USA.

    Earlier this year, we announced new Twilio Edge Locations to improve application performance. With this launch, we are building on top of what we delivered to improve the end-user experience.

    Today, we are happy to announce that Twilio SIP Registration is now accessible via our public and private Edge Locations worldwide. Now you can register your SIP device …

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  • By Bill Harrison
    Two More Reasons to Use Twilio Programmable Voice with Your SIP Network Programmable Voice Multidial Blind transfer

    As we continue to grow and develop our Programmable Voice portfolio, we are excited to announce the addition of new capabilities to enhance the overall user experience. These features will enable you to use the applications you have developed for PSTN and Client access interchangeably with your SIP endpoints too.

    Support for Blind Transfer with addition of inbound SIP REFER to Twilio

    The SIP REFER method enables moving an active SIP session from one SIP endpoint to another. In other words, REFER is used to implement call transfers on your SIP-connected calls. Until now, Twilio has only supported sending outbound SIP REFER messages to your SIP network, using the TwiML <Refer> verb.

    Today, we are announcing support of inbound SIP REFER messages, meaning you now can send SIP REFER messages from your SIP network to Twilio in order to initiate call handling in your application. Effectively, this means that Twilio …

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  • By Bill Harrison
    Announcing Twilio’s Bring Your Own Carrier (BYOC) Trunking for Programmable Voice Screen Shot 2020-04-21 at 7.53.13 AM.png

    Businesses throughout the globe use Twilio’s Programmable Voice platform to build conversations anywhere; you can make, receive, and monitor calls around the world using the proven Voice API and global Super Network that millions of developers rely on. This allows you to add flexibility and intelligence to your customer interactions, and in doing so, offer better services and experiences to your customers.

    But maybe you are unable to make the jump to Cloud Communications because you're unable, or don't want to move your PSTN Connectivity. At Twilio, we understand these issues and limitations, and we want to help. Today, we’re excited to announce the general availability Twilio’s Bring Your Own Carrier Trunking for Programmable Voice, or BYOC Trunking, a distinct new offering that allows you to maintain and continue to use your existing PSTN Voice Carrier(s) and phone numbers, and easily add Twilio Programmable Voice capabilities to them or …

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