SBC 1000™ Session Border Controller

Summary

  • Maximum IP-IP Calls: 192
  • Calls Per Second: 4
  • Maximum E1/T1 Channels: 120
  • Maximum BRI Channels: 16
  • Maximum Analogue Channels: 24
  • Optional SBA: Optional SBA
  • Media Transcoding: Media Transcoding
  • TLS/SRTP Support: TLS/SRTP Support

The Sonus SBC 1000 is purpose-built for midsize enterprises and branch offices, delivering robust security while offering unparalleled interoperability between disparate networks. The SBC 1000 also features built-in survivability for Microsoft and BroadSoft, so calls go through even if the wide area network (WAN) goes down. The SBC 1000 configurations are designed for ease of deployment and growth. Both session and port expansion can be remotely enabled via a simple license, eliminating the need for a truck-roll and on-site technician. Smaller businesses and branch offices can now enjoy the same industry-leading SBC technology used by large service providers in an appliance designed specifically for their unique needs.

SBC1000

Overview

Key Differentiators:

  • Superior Survivable Branch Appliance (SBA) functionality through a public switched telephone network (PSTN) or a 3G/4G connection
  • Integrated quality monitoring for an entire Microsoft Skype for Businuess call to proactively monitor and troubleshoot quality of experience (QoE)
  • Microsoft Skype for Businuess qualified in several categories, including SBC and Survivable Branch Appliance
  • Skype for Business 2015 qualified for Enhanced Gateway

Benefits:

  • Enterprise security against IP-based attacks
  • Topology hiding, user privacy
  • Superior Microsoft Skype for Businuess connectivity and survivability for branch offices
  • Connection for analog and BRI phones
  • PSTN trunking, including T1/E1, FXO and BRI
  • Signaling and media interworking, including multi-vendor PBX and IP PBX interoperation
  • Connection to service provider SIP trunks with signal and media conversion for reliable interconnect
  • PBX, IP PBX and Cloud Unified Communications network migrations
  • PSTN fallback (when WAN is down)

Features:

  • Easy-to-use Web GUI for provisioning and management. Enterprise Management System and REST API for rapid provisioning and management of large deployments
  • Call Admission Control (CAC) to deny excessive calls based on session establishment rate per trunk group
  • Microsoft Skype for Businuess, Lync 2013 and Lync 2010 qualified in multiple categories, including SBC, SBA, E-911 ELIN Gateway and Enhanced Gateway, in addition to Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Unified Messaging qualified
  • Advanced call routing features such Active Directory/LDAP server routing integration, onboard call forking (“forks” a single call from any source to 8 unique destinations) and other flexible routing options

Specifications

Sessions

  • Maximum number of SIP-to-SIP calls: 192
  • Maximum number of TDM-to-SIP calls: 144
  • Maximum number of total concurrent calls: 192
  • Maximum number of transcoded sessions (based upon codec type): 192
  • Maximum number of total concurrent calls for Survivable Branch Appliance (SBA): 240

Call Set-Up

  • Maximum call set-up rate: 4 cps

Registrations

  • Maximum number of registered users: 600

Encryption

  • Maximum number of TLS sessions: 192
  • Maximum number of SRTP sessions: 192

Business Continuity

  • Bypass relays (PRI-PRI, FXS-FXO) for emergency calls (e.g., 911)
  • PSTN fallback when WAN is down
  • Survivable Branch Appliance (SBA) for Skype for Business and Lync
  • Resilient Branch Appliance for Skype for Businuess survivability over 3G/4G
  • Local survivability for BroadWorks
  • Multiple SIP trunking service provider support for redundancy
  • Site survivability through built-in SIP registrar
  • ITSP E911 support
  • Redundant Ethernet ports and multiple spanning trees

Capabilities

  • Qualified as a Survivable Branch Appliance for Microsoft Lync 2013, Lync 2010, and Skype for Business deployments
  • Qualified as an Enhanced Gateway for Lync 2013, Lync 2010, and Skype for Business deployments
  • Lync 2013 and Lync 2010 qualified for SBC and E-911 ELIN gateway
  • Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Unified Messaging qualified
  • Non-SfB SIP client user state reporting (e.g. presence, user busy, etc.) to Lync clients
  • Microsoft SCOM support
  • Maximum number of concurrent calls deployed as Microsoft Lync 2010 and Lync 2013 Survivable Branch Appliance with Intel® Celeron™ P4505 1.8 GHz processor: 100
  • Validated as interoperable with BroadWorks Release 19.sp1 and compatible with BroadWorks Releases 18.0, 18.sp1, 19.0 SIP interface