Sangoma Showcases New Line of SBCs in Miami
January 29, 2013
By Carlos Olivera
, TMCnet Content Producer
Sangoma Technologies Corporation, a provider of hardware and software components that enable or enhance IP Communications Systems (News - Alert) for both voice and data, are showcasing several new networking and communications technologies at this week’s ITEXPO Miami 2013 being held at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
In particular, the company’s new Session Border Controller (SBC) line, which aims to serve both providers and enterprise customers, will be showcased.
The Vega 400 SBC will include voice, fax, and modem support, can host up to 60 simultaneous voice call sessions. The new SBC will have the ability to load balance calls across a number of SIP endpoints
Also on display will be Sangoma’s 2012 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year winner, NetBorder Lync Express. Sangoma bills its Lync Express as “the only all-in-one Lync server appliance with a built-in VoIP gateway.”
Lync Express has the ability to connect legacy telephony devices to Lync UC services and is an all-in-one turnkey solution.
"The launch of the new SBC family, combined with the successes of Lync Express and our other products, will help reinforce Sangoma's commitment to serving an ever-changing market. ITEXPO (News - Alert) gives us-and our partners throughout the world-a unique opportunity to share our vision and successes firsthand with our primary audiences. We have every expectation that our products and offerings will continue to fuel the growth and success of the company and will be very well-received," said Doug Vilim (News - Alert), Sangoma's vice president of worldwide sales.
Aside from these products on display in Miami, Sangoma continues to strive to be a “technology-driven company” and develop and deliver solutions to all of the challenges faced in the enterprise. With more and more companies transitioning to the wider use of mobile devices in the workplace, Sangoma is creating solutions to deliver greater security with its product offerings.
“Security is not just a matter of locking down data-at-rest on a cloud server,” said Jeff Dworkin, Director of Marketing for Sangoma Technologies (News - Alert), and IP communications company, in an interview with TMCnet “Security has to encompass the dynamic connections between the cloud and the enterprise network. Session border controllers play a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of any IP network that carries voice and video.”
Edited by Ashley Caputo