SBC Use Case Overview

  • Connect remote workers securely to a VoIP infrastructure
  • Connect Branch Offices together securely without needing VPNs
  • Smoothly integrate legacy VoIP systems into a unified infrastructure
  • Evolve VoIP infrastructures while preserving investment and avoiding forklift upgrades
  • Integrate VoIP disaster recovery solutions
  • Ensure compliance in VoIP networks
  • Ensure PSTN equivalency is achieved quickly and smooth when migrating to a SIP trunking architecture
  • Protect VoIP assets from the security threats posed by a migration to SIP trunking
  • Advanced security features – reduce risk for SIP trunk deployment
  • Improved business continuity with high availability voice services
  • Simplified approach to expansion of call capacity
  • Reduce overheads with lowered call costs and simplified integration with SIP providers

SBC for IP PBX to SIP Trunks

SBC IP PBX and SIP Trunks

  • Known demarcation point
  • Reduces interop issues/resource with core
  • Transcoding if required

Multi ITSP Support for IP-PBX

SBC IP PBX Multi SIP Trunk case

  • All advantages of SBC for SIP trunks
  • Least Cost Routing
  • Load balancing

Lync Interworking with IP-PBX

SBC Microsoft Lync SIP Trunk Case

  • All advantages of SBC for SIP trunks
  • Least Cost Routing
  • Load Balancing

SBC For IP-PBX to SIP Trunks

SBC for Hosted PBX Use Case

  • Known demarcation point
  • Reduces interop issues/resource with core
  • Transcoding if required
  • Protects Hosted PBX from DDOS and attacks
    • Registration Storms
    • Identity Theft

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