Asterisk Service open source session border controller incorporates advanced tech features and is affordable too.
Online PR News – 03-September-2019 – texas – Asterisk Service announced launch of feature-rich high performance open source border controller solution aimed at telecom operators, VoIP service providers and business enterprises. Speaking on the launch the company's VP said, "Asterisk Service has proven expertise in open source VoIP technologies as evidenced in its IVR, conferencing software, contact center software and WebRTC solutions. The open source session border controller is a natural progression in its overall scheme to grow and provide affordable yet feature rich and advanced solutions. The company offers SBC based on open source technologies like FreeSwitch, OpenPBX, Open SER, SER, Asterisk and Yate according to a client's requirement. The SBC integrates smoothly into OpenStack, bare metal servers, KVM or VMWare."
Diving into the features he explained that the SBC is multifunctional and integrates AI for all round performance improvement in security, as media gateway controller and as IP Multimedia subsystem. The high performing software can handle over 1000 call attempts and it can scale to over 50000 sessions through a highly efficient transport layer security. Asterisk Service can integrate its open source session border controller into existing platforms and networks with decided gains. The SBC permits flexible and intelligent call routing, NAT traversal, topology hiding and intelligent security features to sniff attempts at intrusions.
If the security features are exemplary then the media is no less so. Asterisk Service SBC is a full-fledged IP Multimedia system and media gateway controller rolled into one. The result is seamless services across geographic boundaries and across networks. Useful features like resource allocation, rate limiting and traffic policing are standard leading to highest quality of services. Another area where Asterisk Service open source SBC stands out is integration of statistics and billing information.
Open sourced based software session border controllers are superior to proprietary hardware SBCs claimed the VP. It is easy to incorporate latest developments and keep the software upgraded besides customizing the SBC to suit a specific environment. Software and that too open source, stated the VP, is far more affordable given the richness of features and the way the SBC can be integrated into existing networks. Asterisk Service customizes SBC and provides total support in design, development, installation, test and maintenance. "We feel our open source carrier grade session border controller is miles ahead and are ready to give a demo and trial to back our claim," he concluded.
Enterprises, carriers and service providers are welcome to talk with Asterisk Service on phone 91 79 40054019, 1-303-997-3139 or chat live on https://www.asteriskservice.com/solutions/session-border-controller.