May 14, 2012
Webinar - Discuss Session Border Controllers with Sonus
By Juliana Kenny, TMCnet Managing Editor
Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) (SIP) communication is driving communications technology as we know it today, and Session Border Controllers (SBC) are absolutely vital components for a business migrating to VoIP operations and software. They’re necessary for security, outage protection, data protection and better communication overall. They’re making headway into the market, and you should know about how to leverage SBC technology.
Any modern company relies on telecommunications, and in doing so must explore the ways in which to protect its transactions, customer-facing processes, agents and outbound communication. Saving money while doing all of this would be nice too, right? Session border controllers do just that. SBCs protect assets, secure networks, eliminate spoofing and cut operational costs.
The costs of remedying damage to a network that’s been spoofed or hacked can be astronomical. Not just in terms of cold, hard cash, but in terms of jeopardizing the brand. SBCs help businesses effectively manage networks to prevent these attacks.
As devices that protect, secure, simplify and standardize real-time, SIP-based multimedia communications, according to Sonus Networks (News - Alert) – a provider of SBC technology – they also secure VoIP and video operations.
SBCs can help reduce costs on telephony by 75 percent by implementing VoIP and SIP trunking services, but you must secure these implementations with SBCs.
In a webinar coming up on May 23, we will all be able to learn a little bit more about the seemingly daunting world of SIP communications and SBCs. Sonus is hosting the webinar to discuss the role of an SBC in the enterprise, must-haves in enterprise SBCs, how to choose the best solution, and what to watch out for.
Register now for the webinar to gain this insightful information.
Edited by Braden Becker