Session Border Controllers (SBCs) provide security, interoperability, routing and other functions in a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) network. However, not all SBCs are created equal, and not all SBC customers have the same criteria.
Migrate communications infrastructure to cost effectively deliver new services to a growing customer base.
Implementing the Sonus solution effectively reduced the amount of hardware in Aptel’s network, substantially reducing cost while supporting a seamless transition from its legacy PBX platforms to a SIP-based network. Aptel is now able to cost–effectively add new service features and capacity through simple license activations on the scalable Sonus SBC5100 platform, without any service disruption to their customers.
To increase market share in a rapidly evolving communications market by quickly rolling out high-quality services to new regions.
Using the Sonus SBC 5200 session border controller, EVOX was able to increase its VoIP service capacity by 40% and roll out services to Africa’s fastest-growing markets across more than 20 countries.
Enhance Cloud-hosted network by simplifying it through SIP trunk consolidation to accommodate rapid new UC and contact center customer growth.
The Sonus SBC solution improves Fonality’s network capability to support growth and deliver cloud-based service, saving its customers on average of 43% over legacy PBX offerings
This Fortune 100 Retailer needed to reduce communications costs and consolidate its subscriber data and call routing plans that were spread out across hundreds of PBXs from different vendors.
Implemented a SIP based architecture deploying Sonus SBCs and saved $500,000 in toll and PRI lease fees within the first year. Further reduced its OpEX by eliminating hundreds of hours per week spent on provisioning and updating PBXs at each store location.
Minimize network equipment and IT management costs while making a smooth transition to IP-based call center technology, and manage the complexity of a geographically dispersed network that requiring signaling interworking between multitude of vendor solutions.
The Bank’s deployment of the Sonus solution made the migration from TDM to IP telephony cost efficient, resulting in 60% savings in data center real estate costs, plus further savings through the elimination of carrier transcoding. The solution provided .continuity and redundancy in the event of failed equipment, and also ensured that The Bank could handle peak call volumes and meet future goals of call center consolidation across their enterprise
MathWorks estimates that through the automated provisioning and call routing features of the Sonus solution, the company has freed up more than 250 IT staff hours per week for more important projects.
The industry-leading performance and scale of Sonus' SBC 5100 allows us to maintain a competitive edge in the market while delivering exceptional customer service.
We wanted to work with an industry-leading SBC vendor and our market analysis indicated that Sonus was the clear choice for this partnership.
Sonus made the deployment, integration and migration to Microsoft Lync easy.