SBC Use Cases
Session Border Controller software performs many different and important roles in communications systems. What follows is a few examples of common uses deployed in service providers and enterprises.
STIR/SHAKEN for SIP Providers
Facilitating both Authentication and Validations services for SIP service providers.
See our STIR/SHAKEN Solution Brief for more on how STIR/SHAKEN works and how it is implemented with SIP service providers.
STIR/SHAKEN for TDM Providers
Facilitating both Authentication and Validations services for TDM service providers.
See our STIR/SHAKEN Solution Brief for more on how STIR/SHAKEN works and how it is implemented with TDM service providers.
TDM to SIP Network Transformation
There are literally thousands of central offices around the globe that are still depending on aging and end-of-life TDM (Digital) switches that are becoming increasingly difficult to maintain and expensive to operate. Many of these service providers are looking to IP delivered services to facilitate consolidation of facilities and reduce operating costs while retaining their existing customers. Not only a technical challenge, but also requires a new business model. Learn more at the Network Transformation Solution Brief
Providing service provider to service provider connectivity, solving interoperability, traffic management and billing needs.
Facilitating and protecting user access to hosted applications, includin gIP-PBX, Contact Center, Conferencing/Collaboration, Unified Communications and more…
Virtual Network Function (VNF) on uCPE
Providing intrusion protection and traffic management at the edge of a service provider network.
Software as a Service Access Security
Securing the access points for Software as a Service offerings. With SIP/TLS and SRTP bypass, work-at-home or remote users can securely access hosted voice applications.
Software as a Service SIP Trunking
Resolving interoperability issues, providing traffic management and routing for SIP Trunking connectivity to major Software as a Service platforms.