MICROSOFT QUALIFIED SURVIVABLE BRANCH APPLIANCE (SBA)
Sonus SBC 1000 and 2000 can be configured as an All-in-One Survivable Branch Appliance (SBA) ensures that Microsoft Lync Server will operate at a high level of security and quality in branch offices during wide area network failures.
- Built-in Session Border Controller ensures security and interworking for SIP trunkgs
- Single user interface simplifies management and configuration of the gateway, router, and Microsoft Survivable Branch Appliance for Lync 2010 deployments.
Branch Office Connectivity and Survivability For Microsoft Lync Server 2010
The SBC 1000 and 2000 Survivable Branch Appliance (SBA) provides basic voice services to branch office users during a WAN outage. During WAN outage, the SBA appliance manages the intra-branch voice calls and IM sessions as well as inter-branch communications and voice mail retrieval over PSTN.
SBC 2000/1000 Benefits:
- Session Border Controller with NAT function, Network topology hiding, and Security
- Multiservice Router and VoIP gateway with Branch office Survivability
- Continued branch office operations through WAN failure
Unified Communications and Voice-Gateway services
SBC 2000 and 1000 appliances offers extraordinary service integration of Unified communications to any size branch office. Businesses enjoy the benefit of deploying a single device for all networking and communication needs and save both capital and operational expenses. By supporting a variety of protocols, advanced security, codec transcoding, and data services, the SBC 1000/2000 enables a distributed enterprise to cost-effectively implement Unified communications across the enterprise.
Architecture and Modularity
The SBC 1000/2000 Series of appliances are architected to meet the demands of any size branch office. The appliances can scale to up to 1000 users and the design flexibility allows for future growth in terms of both the number of users as well as the number of applications in future. The modular architecture is designed to support scaling up of digital signal processing capacity and Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) interconnections. The current generation Intel Core i7 based CPU has enough processing power to host third party applications simultaneously.