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May 23, 2017

TelcoBridges to Bring Tsbc Session Border Controller to Service Providers

Is your company looking for an advanced session border controller? TelcoBridges, a designer and manufacturer of carrier-grade session border controllers (SBC) and VoIP media gateways, announced that it has virtualized its Tsbc Session Border Controller. The company is making the robust, 60,000 concurrent SIP Session Virtual Tsbc available to service providers via an affordable subscription-based service.   

“By removing the physical layer from our SBC, we’re making it much easier for customers to deploy the industry’s latest and most advanced technology,” said Gaetan Campeau, CEO, TelcoBridges.

The new downloadable Virtual Tsbc is the industry’s first subscription-based virtual SBC from a brand name manufacturer of telecommunications equipment for carriers. It supports up to 60,000 concurrent SIP sessions. It enables high performance SIP to SIP translation (B2BUA), header manipulation, extensive and flexible call routing. The technology also supports available transcoding and all while protecting the carrier’s network infrastructure from DoS and DDOS attacks.

The device supports a full set of management tools for configuring, monitoring and provisioning, including a machine-to-machine interface using a RESTful JSON API for integration with operations support systems (OSS).

“Just as importantly, we’re introducing a new pricing structure that eliminates CAPEX, and reduces OPEX to a point where carriers and service providers can deploy our SBC with licensing and full support, for less money than they’ve previously paid to support their existing SBCs.  We think this new combination of performance and price point is a game-changer for the Session Border Controller marketplace.  It will allow service providers to migrate to the latest and best technology without the CAPEX shock factor,” said Campeau.

The TelcoBridges Virtual Tsbc works on industry standard hardware and VM environments. The device can also be deployed with external routing engines, which will ease the implementation into existing carrier networks. The subscription-based model eliminates CAPEX. The Virtual Tsbc ensures revenue protection and peace-of-mind for carriers due to its reliability, security protection and TelcoBridges’ full support.

When is the new technology available? The Virtual Tsbc is available presently, and for a limited time, service providers can benefit from a free installation along with a free trial period. 




Edited by Ken Briodagh


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