SIP trunk provider in the Netherlands
DID Logic can provide any imaginable sip trunk capacity via the Amsterdam PoP. If you have a complex project that comes with extermely stringent call quality requirements, talk to us. We have helped hundreds of businesses achieve the exact (and previously unheard of) PDD/ASR and voice clarity parameters they were looking for.
- If you're looking to send SIP traffic from the United States to Europe, use one of our AMSXX proxies. Amsterdam networks are extremely well connected to US East coast sites. Transatlantic AC-1 and TAT-14 cable landings are in Beverwijk and Katwijk.
- DID Logic provides Netherlands local numbers with the SIP trunk. Geographical and NGN DID numbers are available, choose from 1 to 30 channels with instant activation, or customizable with your SIP trunk solution.
- AMS-IX carriers offer shortest routes to destinations further East and South: France, the Middle East, and DE-CIX in Frankfurt, where 95% of European carriers are present.
The logical choice for SIP trunking in the region
We performed extensive tests and spent a lot of time talking to our customers both inside and outside Netherlands, reviewing code and perfecting routing. Our Amsterdam PoP is one of our busiest locations, and the most popular proxy choice for transatlantic voice transit.
- Unlimited channels. Send 10, 100 or 10000 channels at no extra charge.
- G711 u/a, G722 HD, GSM and G729 codecs supported.
- Register your SIP device with a register=> string or use SIP URI delivery.
- Send minutes from $0.002 (1/5th of U.S. cent)
- Premium SIP termination only, no grey routes, no economy routes.
- VoIP traffic sent directly to the national terminating provider
- Guaranteed CLI delivery
Why the Netherlands
Amsterdam is home to the second largest Internet Exchange in the world - the AMS-IX, the first exchange to offer 100 Gigabit interfaces and the most internationally connected IX. Customers include Microsoft, KPN, Facebook and Google.
This is one of the most advanced countries in terms of network infrastructure; and Amsterdam has the most powerful infrastructure in the Netherlands. Traditionally focused on international trade and sea logistics, the city offers incredible capacity options not available anywhere else in Europe. All major markets - such as Paris, London, Frankfurt Stockholm - are only few milliseconds away.
The country, along with Switzerland, also ranks highest in terms of broadband connectivity available to business and residential customers. Dutch ISPs enforce no bandwidth caps. Residential speeds of 50 Mbit/s and higher are common. Government-mandated Internet censorship is nonexistent because Tweede Kamer (the House of Representatives in the Dutch Parliament) has opposed any such movements on multiple occasions, while also proposing that the principle of network neutrality be voted into law.