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Sonus Embedded PSX

Sonus Embedded PSX

The most powerful PSX on the market, virtualized. The ePSX provides network managers policy management capabilities in a cost effective, smaller, footprint within the Sonus Series 5000 Session Border Controller platform as a virtualized application. Sonus has used the same effective codebases in its hardware version for enterprises and small service providers looking to centralize communications management and larger service providers looking to be able to rapidly deploy a new Point of Presence (PoP) or to augment their failover capabilities.

Optimization by Virtualization
  • Reduce costs through operational efficiencies, simplified network management and fewer provisioning errors
  • Integrate multi-vendor environments to create centralized dial plans and call routing
  • Avoid and reduce international and long-distance toll fees

Bring together multi-vendor environments, create centralized dial plans and call routing through this virtualized platform

Benefits:
  • Avoid and reduce international and long-distance toll fees
  • Cost effective option for deployments that do not require a full blown PSX
  • Bring together multi-vendor environments to create centralized dial plans and call routing
  • Reduce costs through operational efficiencies, simplified network management and fewer provisioning errors, while improving network response and utilization
  • Intelligently manage communications sessions routing paths, priority, admission control, etc.—based on a variety of policies including media type, source/destination and time of day/week
Features:
  • Delivers advanced policy and routing intelligence as an integrated feature within the Sonus SBC 5000 Series of session border controllers (SBCs)
  • Manage policy and routing intelligence independently on the SBC device
  • For larger distributed environments, manage policy and routing intelligence in coordination with a master PSX
  • Supports all the basic routing capabilities in the standalone PSX product