Choose the SBC that’s Right for Your Business
Businesses connecting their infrastructure to a SIP Trunk, or VoIP Connection, require a Session Border Controllers (SBC) for security, interoperability and transcoding. Often times, businesses will forget the importance of an SBC when switching from their legacy phone system to VoIP and simply use their existing firewall for protection, and make a huge mistake! A typical firewall can only protect your data network and as soon as you as you open it up to the internet, which is how you connect to VoIP services, the entire network is exposed. The other pitfall of using your existing firewall, instead of an SBC, is that phone calls may not connect or there will be audio issues. An SBC will automatically do the call translations for you, with the built-in interoperability features and also translate the audio with built-in transcoding capabilities.
A Sangoma SBC protects both your data and voice network and is designed to handle every aspect of phone calls that travel over the internet (or voice-over-ip phone calls).
Whether you are an SMB (Small-to-Medium Business) or Large Enterprise, our line of Session Border Controllers are tailored to your needs. From 5-4,000 sessions, our on-premise appliances feature an intuitive webgui for full routing and security configuration, monitoring, security and debugging, along with on-board transcoding for guaranteed interoperability with ITSPs and PBXs.
Protect your network from DDOS attacks, Toll Fraud, and all other VoiP threats with a Sangoma SBC.
As the demand for virtualized infrastructures increases, the Sangoma Enterprise Virtual Machine (VM) SBC is the perfect solution for Enterprises and Carriers who need an SBC to secure their VoIP network and utilize existing hardware. The virtual Machine edition of our award-winning SBC offers the same rich functionality as that of our hardware-based SBCs but is 100% software. The Enterprise VM SBC is field-upgradable to 500 simultaneous calls and compatible with most commercially available servers and virtual machines.