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|Dialogic Adds New Functionality to The BorderNet™ Session Border Controller|
|Posted: Tue May 09, 2017 02:53:34 PM|
Parsippany, NJ (May 9, 2017) - Dialogic, a cloud-optimized applications and infrastructure solutions provider for service providers, enterprises, and developers, announced today new capabilities in its latest release of Dialogic® BorderNet™ Session Border Controller (SBC). New capabilities introduced on the software-centric solution include advanced analytics, Lawful Intercept (LI) support, additional codecs, high density transcoding, and SIP trunking SIPconnect 2.0 support.
Figure 1: BorderNet SBC Real-Time Call Processing Dashboard (click image to enlarge)
The latest release (3.6.0) incorporates a new distributed and de-coupled analytics infrastructure that can monitor a cluster of both virtualized and hardware appliance-based BorderNet SBC. It provides interactive visualizations of data, including real-time dashboards and operational and business intelligence reports from the SBC clusters to enable operators to learn and better understand network and service behavior.
“Real-time analytics plays a key role in helping operators and enterprises gain actionable information on service performance and to help alleviate fraud,” said Jim Machi, Senior VP of Product Management and Marketing at Dialogic. “The embedded analytic tool capabilities provide higher scale, greater flexibility, and more reliable and persistent analytics for virtual and hardware-based instances of BorderNet SBC.”
Additional revenue enhancing features include expanded software and hardware-based media transcoding, enterprise VoIP support, and virtualization and cloud enhancements. The BorderNet SBC provide highly efficient use of virtualized resources for cloud/NFV applications. They can distribute the processing load from different traffic types, e.g., media and signaling, evenly across the virtual computing resources, unlike the traditional method of statically allocating the load – an approach which can result in dropped traffic and overload conditions. Compared to the traditional method, the BorderNet SBC’s unique approach results in more efficient use of virtual CPU resources and better scalability regardless of the traffic mix.