Sonus SBC 2000

Sonus SBC 2000

The SBC 2000 is an advanced SBC built for medium-sized enterprise networks and branch offices  It delivers robust security and proven interoperability to help companies cost-effectively participate the new world of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based communications, such as Voice over IP (VoIP). “Certified secure” by Miercom, the Microsoft Lync qualified SBC 2000 helps enterprises save on capital and operational expenses by deploying a single device for their networking and communications needs.

Key Differentiators:
  • Superior Survivable Branch Appliance (SBA) functionality through a public switched telephone network (PSTN) or a 3G/4G connection
  • Integrated quality monitoring for an entire Microsoft Lync call to proactively monitor and troubleshoot quality of experience (QoE) issues
  • Microsoft Lync 2013 and 2010 qualified in several categories, including SBC and Survivable Branch Appliance

The Sonus SBC 2000, tested and proven superior against similarly positioned competitors. 

  • Enterprise security against IP-based attacks
  • Topology hiding, user privacy
  • Superior Microsoft Lync connectivity and survivability for branch offices
  • Connection for analog and BRI phones
  • PSTN trunking, including T1/E1, FXO and BRI
  • Signaling and media interworking, including multi-vendor PBX and IP PBX interoperation
  • Connection to service provider SIP trunks with signal and media conversion for reliable interconnect
  • PBX, IP PBX and Cloud Unified Communications network migrations
  • PSTN fallback (when the WAN is down)
  • Easy-to-use Web GUI for provisioning and management. Enterprise Management System and REST API for rapid provisioning and management of large deployments
  • End-to-end support for Microsoft Lync quality of experience (QoE) monitoring
  • Microsoft Lync 2013 and Lync 2010 qualified in multiple categories, including SBC, SBA, E-911 ELIN gateway and enhanced gateway, in addition to Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Unified Messaging qualified
  • Advanced call routing features such Active Directory/Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server routing integration, onboard call forking (“forks” a single call from any source to 8 unique destinations) and other flexible routing options
  • Call Admission Control (deny excessive calls based on session establishment rate per trunk group)