• Sonus is demonstrating auto provisioning, elastic scalability and dynamic load-balancing of its virtual SBCs in the Cloud at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) “Open NFV Partner Showcase” during Mobile World Congress (MWC).
• Sonus brings the industry’s broadest SBC portfolio to public, private and hybrid Clouds with market-leading orchestration vendors.
Sonus Networks, Inc., a global leader in secure and intelligent Cloud communications, announced today that it is demonstrating automated instantiation, network-wide licensing and dynamic load balancing of its SBC SWe in the HPE Open NFV Cloud at MWC. This demonstration is a proof-point for the secure, scalable and highly efficient delivery of real-time communications in the Cloud.
Sonus is presenting its SBC as a Virtual Network Function (VNF) deployable as either an access or an interconnect SBC. The demonstration is comprised of the SBC SWe deployed in the HPE OpenStack environment and will display how virtualization advances the delivery of Cloud-based Unified Communications and Rich Communications Services. Sonus will also demonstrate:
Auto-provisioning and auto-registration, enabling true elastic scalability and network-wide licensing, while eliminating manual configuration.
Network-wide licensing for on-demand allocation of license from a common pool for easier license sharing between instances.
Dynamic load balancing, removing the need for a front-end load balancer - reducing costs and enabling simpler network management.
“Seeing more communications service providers adopt NFV technology is a true sign that the market is steadily maturing,” said Werner Schaefer, vice president Sales & GTM, Communications Solutions Business, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “Working with Sonus and leveraging OpenNFV, provides our telecommunications customers the reassurance and validation needed to make a more seamless transition to the Cloud.”
“As service providers realize the benefits of Cloud-based networks they are looking for more ways to launch new services faster and with less expense,” said Kevin Riley, Sonus senior vice president and CTO. “Sonus and HPE are providing service providers with a qualified solution for the delivery of elastic Cloud-based real-time communications with differentiating features such as auto-provisioning, modernized SW licensing models and dynamic load balancing, saving both time and money.”
The HPE Open NFV Partner Showcase is located in Hall 5 Stand 5F31.
Tags/Keywords: Sonus Networks, SONS, session border controller, SBC SWe, Mobile World Congress, HPE, Virtualization, Network Functions Virtualization, NFV, Cloud, VNF
Sonus (sonusnet.com) brings the next generation of Cloud-based SIP and 4G/VoLTE solutions to its customers by enabling and securing mission critical traffic for VoIP, video, IM and online collaboration. With Sonus, enterprises can intelligently secure and prioritize real-time communications, while service providers can deliver reliable, secure real-time services for mobile, UC and social applications. Sonus offers an award-winning portfolio of hardware-based and virtualized Session Border Controllers (SBCs), Diameter Signaling Controllers (DSCs), Cloud Exchange Networking Platform, Policy/Routing servers and media/signaling gateways.
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