Sangoma has a range of cost-effective, easy to provision and manage line of enterprise and carrier grade SBCs on the market. Sangoma's SBCs interoperate with all major IP PBXs and UC systems, including Asterisk®, BroadSoft®, Cisco®, Denwa®, Elastix®, FreePBX®, FreeSWITCH®, Gamma®, MS Lync®, Samsung®, 3CX® and more.
There are five Sangoma SBC options available to deliver maximum flexibility when selecting a solution:
- The Vega SBC for SMB (Mini SBC) Appliance can manage between 5 to 60 simultaneous sessions.
- The Vega Enterprise SBC Appliance can manage up to 500 simultaneous sessions.
- The Vega Enterprise SBC VM/Software can manage up to 200 simultaneous sessions with all the flexibility you would expect from a VM Ready solution.
- The Vega Enterprise SBC VM/Hybrid is a unique Sangoma solution that delivers the benefits of a VM solution, with the same scalability of large hardware solutions. The Hybrid SBC can scale to manage 4000 sessions in a single VM instance.
- The NetBorder Carrier SBC can scale up to 4000 sessions in a single chassis. This carrier grade appliance also features dual AC or DC power and RAID-1 Solid State Drive.
- Scalability from 5-4000 Sessions
- Session-based licensing
- Choice of five deployment models
- Easy to use web based GUI
- Real-time monitoring and debugging
- Multiple session routing options
- Traffic Visualisation Tools
- Full RTP Transcoding (g.711, G.722, G.729, G.726, G.723.1, iLBC, AMR, G.722.1)*
- SIP Trunking for Microsoft Lync
- Local security management
- Hardware-based transcoding* and media handling
- Interoperates with all major IP PBXs and UC systems
* Transcoding is not possible in VM only solution
- SIP trunking and remote working
- SIP intrusion prevention
- SIP registration scan attack detection
- SIP header normalisation
- Advanced NAT transversal capabilities
Vega SBC for SMB
The maximum number of sessions for the SBC for SMB deployment option is 60. The SBC for SMB hardware is able to be upgraded at a later stage to increase the number of sessions (up to 60 sessions). Transcoding options are also available.
|SBCT-SMB-005||Vega SBC for SMB with 5 Sessions|
|SBCT-SMB-010||Vega SBC for SMB with 10 Sessions|
|SBCT-SMB-025||Vega SBC for SMB with 25 Sessions|
|SBCT-SMB-030||Vega SBC for SMB with 30 Sessions|
|SBCT-SMB-050||Vega SBC for SMB with 50 Sessions|
|SBCT-SMB-060||Vega SBC for SMB with 60 Sessions|
Netborder SBC Carrier
The maximum number of sessions for the Netborder SBC Carrier deployment option is 4000.
|SBCT-CAR-0250-<PSU>||NetBorder SBC 1U Appliance with 250 Sessions|
|SBCT-CAR-0500-<PSU>||NetBorder SBC 1U Appliance with 500 Sessions|
|SBCT-CAR-1000-<PSU>||NetBorder SBC 1U Appliance with 1000 Sessions|
|SBCT-CAR-2000-<PSU>||NetBorder SBC 1U Appliance with 2000 Sessions|
|SBCT-CAR-4050-<PSU>||NetBorder SBC 1U Appliance with 4000 Sessions|
|DA1||Single AC PSU (up to 500 sessions only)|
|DA2||Dual Redundant AC PSU|
|DD3||Dual Redundant DC PSU|
Vega Enterprise SBC VM/Hybrid
The maximum number of sessions for the Enterprise SBC VM/Hybrid deployment option is 500.
|SBCT-HYB-025||Vega SBC VM/Hybrid with 25 Sessions|
|SBCT-HYB-050||Vega SBC VM/Hybrid with 50 Sessions|
|SBCT-HYB-100||Vega SBC VM/Hybrid with 100 Sessions|
|SBCT-HYB-250||Vega SBC VM/Hybrid with 250 Sessions|
|SBCT-HYB-500||Vega SBC VM/Hybrid with 500 Sessions|
Vega Enterprise SBC VM/Software
The maximum number of sessions for the Enterprise SBC VM/Software deployment option is 500.
|SBCT-VM-025||Vega SBC VM/VMrid with 25 Sessions|
|SBCT-VM-050||Vega SBC VM/VMrid with 50 Sessions|
|SBCT-VM-100||Vega SBC VM/VMrid with 100 Sessions|
|SBCT-VM-250||Vega SBC VM/VMrid with 250 Sessions|
|SBCT-VM-500||Vega SBC VM/VMrid with 500 Sessions|
Vega Enterprise SBC
The maximum number of sessions for the Enterprise SBC deployment option is 250.
|SBCT-ENT-025||Vega SBC 1U Appliance with 25 Sessions|
|SBCT-ENT-050||Vega SBC 1U Appliance with 50 Sessions|
|SBCT-ENT-100||Vega SBC 1U Appliance with 100 Sessions|
|SBCT-ENT-250||Vega SBC 1U Appliance with 250 Sessions|
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