The Ribbon Session Border Controller 1000 (SBC 1000) is an ideal security and interoperability solution for small businesses and branch offices. The SBC 1000 delivers:
- VoIP Security (topology hiding, encryption, protection against Denial of Service attacks and more)
- Interoperability with leading PBXs, cloud UC services, SIP endpoints and SIP trunking providers
- Certified for Microsoft Teams Direct Routing
- Local site survivability services
- Gateway for traditional interfaces including analog devices, analog lines, BRI and PRI
- Advanced call routing features such as Active Directory/LDAP server routing integration and onboard call forking
The SBC 1000 is the smallest member of Ribbon’s SBC family but don’t let its diminutive size fool you. It uses the same powerful software that is deployed in larger models and cloud-based offers. That’s one reason the SBC 1000 has been independently verified to deliver full protection and performance during severe security attacks. The SBC 1000 is an ideal solution for organizations seeking to protect SIP trunks or cloud UC services, including Microsoft Teams. It also provides tools and physical interfaces to ease migrations from legacy PBXs and key systems. Organizations that need to connect traditional analog phones (such as cordless phones, elevator phones, door phones, fax machines, etc.) or want to connect local phone lines (for local dial tone or emergency/ fail-over calling) will appreciate the SBC 1000’s FXO/FXS ports.
The SBC 1000’s intuitive web interface, including multiple ready-to-use configuration parameters, makes it easy for small businesses and branch offices to get in-service; no Ph.D. in SBC required. License-based sessions and port expansion eliminates the need for a truck-roll and/or an on-site technician.
The Ribbon SBC 1000 is certified for Direct Routing with Microsoft Teams. It also features built-in survivability for Microsoft Skype for Business, Yealink, Poly, Cisco/BroadSoft, and other SIP/TDM/FXx clients, so calls go through even if the Wide Area Network (WAN) goes down.