Certified SBC Securely Connects Cloud Unified Communications Users to a Telecom Provider
The Ribbon Communications Session Border Controller Software Edition Edge (SBC SWe Edge) with Quick Launch, formerly SBC SWe Lite, is the smart solution to secure and connect your Unified Communications (UC). Based on technology deployed with major PSTN service providers and Fortune 500 companies alike, the SBC SWe Edge can be trusted to secure your voice infrastructure from bad actors seeking to eavesdrop, undertake Denial of Service (DoS) attacks, or make fraudulent toll calls at your expense. Certified for Microsoft® 365 Phone System Direct Routing and other UCaaS offers, the SBC SWe Edge offers enterprises the perfect blend of ease of use, performance, and user experience.
• Instantiate and deploy your public cloud SBC in 5 quick steps with the SBC SWe Edge’s Quick Launch for Azure.
• Connect your Teams Direct Routing users to your PSTN service provider’s SIP trunks in minutes with the SBC SWe Edge’s intuitive user interface and Easy Configuration Wizard. Connection to pre-existing on-premises legacy voice equipment from Avaya®, Cisco® and others is just as simple.
• Keep your Azure costs low with the SBC SWe Edge’s support of B-series burstable VMs (Virtual Machines). The SBC SWe Edge hosted in a low-cost B-series VM can support the voice needs of small and medium businesses ranging from 10 to 1000 employees.
• Optimize your clients’ audio calling experience with the SBC SWe Edge’s support of enhanced media services (SILK/OPUS high fidelity audio, music on hold, comfort noise, silence suppression, jitter compensation) in all Azure deployments.
Ribbon Communications provides IP, optical networking and secure VoIP solutions to over 1,000+ Service Provider, Enterprise and Critical Infrastructure networks around the globe. Learn more about the SBC SWe Edge and solutions for Azure (including the standard marketplace offer for customized installations and VM options for larger businesses with up to 10,000 employees) at Ribbon Communications, along with the free embedded 30-day trial offer.