Carrier Grade Security and Interoperability 250 to 4,000 sessions, field upgradeable Allow any SIP CPE endpoint to safely connect with no interop concerns Connect VoIP islands together to create “all IP” infrastructure Mediate communications with other service providers Provides security for internal and external threats Dual redundant PSU available – DC and AC Session Border […]
- Scalability from 25–4,000 Sessions
- Field Upgradeable Session Expansion
- Four Deployment Models
- Single Web GUI Design
- Traffic Visualization Tools
- Session-based Licensing
- No Hidden Fees
- SIP Trunking for Microsoft Lync
- Connect standard SIP trunks with extra security to Microsoft Lync deployments
- Enterprise Inter-Site Networking
- SIP Trunking Border Control
- Local Security Management for SMBs and Small Enterprises
- Hardware-based Transcoding and Media Handling
SBC – The Critical Component: As Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and unified communications adoption use continues to grow, the complexities and pitfalls of VoIP must be addressed. The Session Border Controller (SBC) addresses key VoIP and UC issues around security, remote workers, firewalls, transcoding and SIP interoperability. This whitepaper presents the critical features an SBC delivers to a VoIP/UC enabled network.
Sangoma has introduced the most flexible, easiest to provision and manage line of SBCs on the market. The three enterprise options deliver maximum flexibility when selecting a solution. The Vega Enterprise SBC Appliance can manage up to 250 simultaneous sessions. The Vega Enterprise SBC VM/Software can manage up to 500 simultaneous sessions with all the flexibility of a VM-ready solution. The Vega Enterprise SBC VM/Hybrid is a unique Sangoma solution that delivers the benefits of a VM solution, with the scalability of our competitors’ large hardware solutions. The Hybrid SBC can scale to manage 500 sessions in a single VM instance.
All enterprise SBC solutions feature an easy-to-use browser-based GUI and simple licensing plan based only on the number of sessions; not per feature/user/codec licensing. This gives the maximum predictable SBC capacity and cost in every use case.
The NetBorder Carrier SBC has the same easy to use and deploy feature set and GUI, but can scale to 4,000 sessions in a single chassis, plus it features the carrier-grade hardware carriers demand, including available dual AC or DC power and RAID-1 Solid State Drive.
The Flexibility, Redundancy and Durability of a VM-Ready Solution with the Scalablity of a Hardware-Based Solution Supports 25-500 Simultaneous Sessions Field Upgradeable Browser-Based GUI for easier provisioning and management Security and QOS for Enterprise Networks DoS/DDoS Attack Protection Network Interconnect Point for SIP Trunking Topology Hiding for Fraud Protection UNIQUE HYBRID FEATURES Media Offload to Hardware […]
Outstanding Security and Interoperabiltiy with the Flexibility, Redundancy and Durability of a VM-Ready Solution Scalability from 25–500 Sessions (Field Upgradeable Session Expansion) Browser-based GUI for Easy Configuration Traffic Visualization Tools Session-based Licensing (No Hidden Fees) Enterprise Inter-Site Networking and SIP Trunking Border Control Local Security Management for SMBs and Small Enterprises Session Border Controller Use […]
Security and Interoperability for the Enterprise Supports 25-250 simultaneous sessions/calls Field upgradeable Browser-based GUI for easier provisioning and management Security and QOS for enterprise networks DoS/DDoS attack protection Network interconnect point for SIP trunking Topology hiding for fraud protection Hardware based transcoding Session Border Controller Use Cases
Lync can be deployed as an adjunct to an existing corporate PBX or IP-PBX to deliver UC functions with a minimum of disruption to on-going business operations. By leveraging functions of the existing system (Dial Plan, Voice Mail, Automated Attendant, IVR) and using Lync to provide UC functions such as presence, screen sharing and instant messaging, the benefits of UC can be realized while still allowing staff to follow familiar and efficient practices through use of their existing telephone system.
The proliferation of VoIP technology has enabled a range of new services that were previously not cost-effective or even practical using the legacy Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). The VoIP service provider supplies SIP trunks and cost-effective virtual PBX services using a large, robust and redundant platform. The corporate client gets all the advantages of a PBX without the need to install, maintain or manage the PBX system.
Connectivity between each branch office and the central IP-PBX is achieved through the internet without the complications and expense of managing VPN connections or each trunk.
Sangoma SBCs allow Lync to reliably and securely connect to standard SIP trunks, delivering maximum flexibility and security through any SIP trunking provider.
Carriers offering SIP trunking services must provide a secure environment that their customers can trust, especially when these services are delivered over the internet. Carriers also aim to reduce or eliminate interoperability difficulties between their equipment and that of their clients. The security of a VoIP network can be breached at either the service provider’s […]