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Dialogic® BorderNet™ Session Border Controller 3.8.1 Enhances Distributed Cloud-Native Service Delivery
21 Jun, 2019
Web-Scale Enterprise Service Delivery in Cloud and Hybrid Environments Parsippany, NJ (June 20, 2019) - Dialogic, a cloud-optimized applications and infrastructure solutions provider for service providers, enterprises, and developers, announced today the general availability of Dialogic® BorderNet™ SBC Release 3.8.1. This release further enables infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders to move beyond a hardware and software element focus to a service delivery focus. The features in this latest release of the BorderNet SBC allow high-quality, real-time voice business strategies to be realized wherever and whenever needed in private, public, and hybrid cloud environments without compromising performance, availability, and scalability. Dialogic’s cloud-native BorderNet SBC solution portfolio has been developed for mid- to upper-tier service providers growing top line revenue from enterprise services including VoIP, SIP trunking, UCaaS, emergency services, and secure payment processing. Forward-looking I&O leaders are implementing the BorderNet SBC as part of distributed web-scale architectures that improve service delivery speed to new markets and enhance customer experience, while enabling reduced annual capital and operating spend. Enhancements in this release align with what have been identified as top trends impacting infrastructure and operations in 2019 and beyond (see Gartner Press Release, December 4, 2018):
- Global Infrastructure – Dialogic’s new Element Management System (EMS) provisioning capabilities enable centralized single-pane network provisioning for SBCs deployed around the globe in any deployment model, including public cloud.
- Edge Computing – Dialogic’s enhanced public cloud support includes Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and Oracle Cloud, with high availability and geo-redundancy options. Service providers can now affordably expand voice services to new and far-reaching international locations in a fraction of the time for high-quality regional voice services not financially feasible in the past.
- Network Agility – providers can now implement strategies to maximize revenue while minimizing network infrastructure spend through automated horizontal scaling (elasticity) in Amazon Web Services (AWS). Network elasticity can be used to increase infrastructure capacity on demand such that customer traffic is always carried and billed during peak busy hours and seasonal or event-driven traffic spikes. Network scaling can be triggered by preset variables or manually through operator control.
- Asset Visibility and Management – Dialogic’s network-wide licensing enhancements and flexible commercial models include a software-only local license server for network deployment anywhere in any deployment model, including public cloud. SIP and software transcoding session license spend can be minimized by dynamically sharing a single enterprise-wide license pool among deployed SBC instances globally.