The Sonus SBC SWe Session Border Controller is the industry’s only software-based Session Border Controller (SBC) that delivers unlimited scalability with the same advanced features and functionality of hardware on a virtualized platform – without compromise.
TMCnet Managing Editor Rich Steeves interviews Ernest Cunningham, President & CEO of One Source Networks, and Nancy Maluso, VP & GM Communications Applications for Sonus Networks, about One Source’s new deployment of session border controllers from Sonus.
TMCnet Managing Editor Rich Steeves interviews Jeff Dworkin, Director of Marketing at Sangoma, about FreePBXWorld, WebRTC, Session Border Controllers and more.
Jeff Dworkin, director of marketing at Sangoma, discusses how the company is addressing the SMB needs for unified communications, its recent SBC announcement and the future of WebRTC and open source technology.
TMC’s Rich Steeves speaks with Todd Abbott, EVP Strategy and Go-to-Market of Sonus Networks
Sonus brings session border controllers to businesses of all sizes
Steve Gleave tells TMC's Rich Tehrani about how Metaswitch enables carriers to be successful. In addition he explains how carriers need to potentially embrace OTT social services in order to compete. In other words competing with existing social solutions may not be feasible in any/all situations for service providers.
Sonus SVP of Global Sales and Marketing Todd Abbott tells TMC’s Rich Tehrani about how his company can help manage high-quality voice call flows using SIP and their next-generation session border control products. The company’s SBC offerings leverage Sonus’s experience in the carrier space to bring standalone SBCs into the enterprise as well as telco environments. Finally the company detailed its Partner Assure channel partner model enabling Sonus to reach a wider range customers.
Sonus SVP of Global Sales and Marketing Todd Abbott tells TMC’s Rich Tehrani about how his company has transitioned from providing softswitch solutions for the service provider to providing SBCs for complex cloud-based UC applications.
Cable operators have an opportunity to leverage WiFi to further compete with traditional telcos and wireless operators, bringing a unified user experience to users across a variety of devices and communications services, while ubiquitously enabling access to business resources.
Cable operators have a need to deliver a cross platform experience and show they are more than just TV. In an IP environment, the ability to manage and delver service across multiple network and device environments will help operators differentiate themselves.