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As defined by ETSI, the Virtual Network Functions Manager (VNFM) is responsible for the lifecycle management of VNFs under the control of the NFV Orchestrator. VNFM operations include instantiation, scaling, updating, upgrading, or termination of Virtual Network Functions (VNFs). Choosing an...
I believe Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) are the right solution for voice transcoding as VoIP services continue their migration to virtual, cloud-based solutions. However, an argument I have recently heard is that codec transcoding is more efficient and produces better voice quality with fixed...
By Walter Kenrich
As a good ol’ boy growing up in the Midwestern United States, I felt I needed a translator when I first visited the UK over 20 years ago (yikes!). Even though English was the primary language, the UK had different words for everyday items I thought were common. I knew soccer meant “football” in...
By Walter Kenrich
We hear about it every day - communications network security is under siege. The most common and fastest-growing threat is cybercrime, with staggering impact on those victimized. By one estimate, the global cost of cybercrime will reach US $6 trillion by 2021. Cyber criminals can be difficult to...
By Kevin Riley
In previous blogs, we have explored the quantifiable benefits of doing audio transcoding using Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) instead of using Central Processing Units (CPUs). Now I want to turn to video transcoding and discuss how the use of GPUs can achieve similar efficiencies for cloud...
By Walter Kenrich
Enterprises are currently faced with a multitude of complexities as they make the evolution from legacy to IP-based unified communication infrastructures. To be successful, they need a well thought out plan to deal with concerns such as: compatibility of legacy equipment or protocols, centralized...
By Walter Kenrich
Leveraging Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) technology truly changes the way we think about communications these days. With SIP, unified communication (UC) applications become just another “data application” and without appropriate security measures in place, networks could be opened to bad...



  • 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.

    MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists. Founded in 1984, MathWorks employs 2800 people in 15 countries, with headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
  • 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. 

    Smart Tel is a major player in the Singapore telecommunications industry and aims to develop its global presence with new offices in Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, India, South Africa, the US and the UK, with cost effective, easy-to-use and scalable telephony solutions.
  • We wanted to work with an industry-leading SBC vendor and our market analysis indicated that Sonus was the clear choice for this partnership.

    (GCS) is a software company founded in 2006 by Neal Axelrad and Jay Meranchik. GCS' goal is to be the best company in the marketplace. We are privately held and have offices in New York & New Jersey USA.
  • Sonus made the deployment, integration and migration to Microsoft Lync easy. 

    We are experts in identifying and delivering flexible communication solutions that scale and adapt to your business demands, empowering your business to do more, faster and with less effort and cost.