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Survivable Branch Appliances & Basic Hybrid Gateways

Survivable Branch Appliances & Basic Hybrid Gateways

Manufacturer: AudioCodes
Logitel code: SBA
Manufacturer code: SBA

Product Description

AudioCodes' Survivable Branch Appliance is supported with Microsoft Lync Server 2010.

AudioCodes offers the enterprise customer a key component in the Microsoft Unified Communications network – the Survivable Branch Appliance - connecting the Microsoft® Lync™ Server 2010 to legacy PBX and/or IP-PBX from one hand and PSTN and SIP Trunking providers from the other, while providing local UC services and full branch office survivability.

AudioCodes' Survivable Branch Appliance is supported with Microsoft Lync Server 2010. Users of Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 can use the same hardware with a "Basic Hybrid R2" image and upgrade to "Survivable Branch Appliance" when needed. The upgrade is a software upgrade only.

As an integrated solution in the Microsoft Unified Communications framework, the AudioCodes Mediant Survivable Branch Appliances can be managed by Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM).

AudioCodes Mediant Survivable Branch Appliances are based on cost effective AudioCodes media gateways hosting the Microsoft Survivable Branch Appliance software package, while utilizing cutting-edge  technology. Intelligently packaged in a stackable 1U chassis they include a combination of a state-of-the-art, market leading Media Gateway
technology, and an Intel-based, off-the-shelf, powerful Core2Duo server, which hosts the Microsoft Survivable Branch Appliance or Mediation Server  software.

Benefits

  • Field-upgradable from “Basic Hybrid Gateway” R2-Compliant configurations to "Survivable Branch Appliance" configurations
  • Employs AudioCodes VoIPerfect technology for outstanding voice quality
  • Scalable “pay-as-you-grow” modular architecture
  • Mix and Match rich offering of digital (E1/T1/J1/BRI) and analog (FXS/FXO) interfaces
  • Extensive list of safety, EMC and PSTN country homologation
  • Wide range of PSTN signaling variants
  • Extensive interoperability tested with popular legacy PBXs & business telephony equipment
  • IP-to-IP connectivity to IP-PBXs and SIP Trunking Service Providers not yet Microsoft certified for direct SIP connection
  • Managed by Microsoft SCOM
  • Future-proof AMC or cPCI off-the-shelf servers hosting the Microsoft “Survivable Branch Appliance” server

Scale Up As Your Business Grows

AudioCodes Mediant Survivable Branch Appliance support different fixed and modular configurations, enabling the direct connection of the branch office network to the PSTN, to SIP Trunking Service Providers, and to different models of PBXs. These connections support SIP as well as different types of TDM telephony interfaces, including PRI/CAS over E1/T1/J1 spans, BRI interfaces and/or analog ports in various FXO/FXS configurations.

The Mediant 1000 and Mediant 2000 R2-compliant “Basic Hybrid” Gateways can be field-upgradable to the Survivable Branch Appliance software.

Both the Mediant 1000 and Mediant 2000 support “Very Large” branch sizes as defined by Microsoft. The modular, mixed-media AudioCodes Mediant 1000 Survivable Branch Appliance can scale up to 120 concurrent PSTN calls and 1000 registered users. Supporting a fixed hardware configuration and software-scalability, AudioCodes Mediant 2000 Survivable Branch Appliance can scale up to 480 concurrent PSTN calls and 1000 registered users.

Modular, Open and Stable Architecture

AudioCodes Mediant Survivable Branch Appliance utilize open and modular architecture. Making use of the same Media Gateway technology and line cards used for the AudioCodes “Basic” and “Basic Hybrid” gateways, they have proven superior stability in the field, and can easily scale up to support future, higher server performance and density requirements.

The compact Mediant 1000 Survivable Branch Appliance is extremely scalable and supports multiples of 1, 2, or 4 E1/T1/J1 spans, 4 to 20 BRI ports or 1 to 24 analog ports in various FXO/FXS configurations. The Mediant 1000 also supports mixed digital/analog configurations, allowing the connectivity to PSTN or digital and analog PBX trunks, as well as analog phones and faxes in the same cost-effective appliance. The use of the AMC-based server module allows for simple field upgrades to higher performance servers in the future.

The Mediant 2000 Survivable Branch Appliance supports fixed configurations of 4, 8 or 16 E1/T1/J1 spans, allowing the connectivity to PSTN or PBX digital trunks. The use of the cPCI-based server module in the Mediant 2000 allows for simple field upgrades to higher performance servers in the future.

AudioCodes' Survivable Branch Appliance is supported with Microsoft Lync Server 2010.

AudioCodes offers the enterprise customer a key component in the Microsoft Unified Communications network – the Survivable Branch Appliance - connecting the Microsoft® Lync™ Server 2010 to legacy PBX and/or IP-PBX from one hand and PSTN and SIP Trunking providers from the other, while providing local UC services and full branch office survivability.

AudioCodes' Survivable Branch Appliance is supported with Microsoft Lync Server 2010. Users of Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 can use the same hardware with a "Basic Hybrid R2" image and upgrade to "Survivable Branch Appliance" when needed. The upgrade is a software upgrade only.

As an integrated solution in the Microsoft Unified Communications framework, the AudioCodes Mediant Survivable Branch Appliances can be managed by Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM).

AudioCodes Mediant Survivable Branch Appliances are based on cost effective AudioCodes media gateways hosting the Microsoft Survivable Branch Appliance software package, while utilizing cutting-edge  technology. Intelligently packaged in a stackable 1U chassis they include a combination of a state-of-the-art, market leading Media Gateway
technology, and an Intel-based, off-the-shelf, powerful Core2Duo server, which hosts the Microsoft Survivable Branch Appliance or Mediation Server  software.

Benefits

  • Field-upgradable from “Basic Hybrid Gateway” R2-Compliant configurations to "Survivable Branch Appliance" configurations
  • Employs AudioCodes VoIPerfect technology for outstanding voice quality
  • Scalable “pay-as-you-grow” modular architecture
  • Mix and Match rich offering of digital (E1/T1/J1/BRI) and analog (FXS/FXO) interfaces
  • Extensive list of safety, EMC and PSTN country homologation
  • Wide range of PSTN signaling variants
  • Extensive interoperability tested with popular legacy PBXs & business telephony equipment
  • IP-to-IP connectivity to IP-PBXs and SIP Trunking Service Providers not yet Microsoft certified for direct SIP connection
  • Managed by Microsoft SCOM
  • Future-proof AMC or cPCI off-the-shelf servers hosting the Microsoft “Survivable Branch Appliance” server

Scale Up As Your Business Grows

AudioCodes Mediant Survivable Branch Appliance support different fixed and modular configurations, enabling the direct connection of the branch office network to the PSTN, to SIP Trunking Service Providers, and to different models of PBXs. These connections support SIP as well as different types of TDM telephony interfaces, including PRI/CAS over E1/T1/J1 spans, BRI interfaces and/or analog ports in various FXO/FXS configurations.

The Mediant 1000 and Mediant 2000 R2-compliant “Basic Hybrid” Gateways can be field-upgradable to the Survivable Branch Appliance software.

Both the Mediant 1000 and Mediant 2000 support “Very Large” branch sizes as defined by Microsoft. The modular, mixed-media AudioCodes Mediant 1000 Survivable Branch Appliance can scale up to 120 concurrent PSTN calls and 1000 registered users. Supporting a fixed hardware configuration and software-scalability, AudioCodes Mediant 2000 Survivable Branch Appliance can scale up to 480 concurrent PSTN calls and 1000 registered users.

Modular, Open and Stable Architecture

AudioCodes Mediant Survivable Branch Appliance utilize open and modular architecture. Making use of the same Media Gateway technology and line cards used for the AudioCodes “Basic” and “Basic Hybrid” gateways, they have proven superior stability in the field, and can easily scale up to support future, higher server performance and density requirements.

The compact Mediant 1000 Survivable Branch Appliance is extremely scalable and supports multiples of 1, 2, or 4 E1/T1/J1 spans, 4 to 20 BRI ports or 1 to 24 analog ports in various FXO/FXS configurations. The Mediant 1000 also supports mixed digital/analog configurations, allowing the connectivity to PSTN or digital and analog PBX trunks, as well as analog phones and faxes in the same cost-effective appliance. The use of the AMC-based server module allows for simple field upgrades to higher performance servers in the future.

The Mediant 2000 Survivable Branch Appliance supports fixed configurations of 4, 8 or 16 E1/T1/J1 spans, allowing the connectivity to PSTN or PBX digital trunks. The use of the cPCI-based server module in the Mediant 2000 allows for simple field upgrades to higher performance servers in the future.

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