Sonus Unveils Virtualized WebRTC Solution

Sonus Unveils Virtualized WebRTC Solution Image Credit: Sonus

Sonus Networks, a leading provider in enabling and securing real-time communications, has introduced the Sonus WebRTC Services Solution, a virtualized Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) offer, purpose-built for the Cloud. The WebRTC Services Solution is designed  to provide signaling from WebRTC-to-WebRTC applications and interworking from WebRTC-to-Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), delivering advanced real-time communications capabilities on mobile applications and on websites, which are accessible via a browser.

Sonus said that the WebRTC Services Solution bridges WebRTC and SIP, allowing service providers to quickly and efficiently offer new real-time communications services, which can improve end-user experience while also extending existing voice and video services over the web. The WebRTC Services Solution also enables enterprise networks to advance WebRTC-based collaboration and productivity for its employees and customers by deploying click-to-connect type features in a manner that ensures a high quality of experience and an unparalleled level of security. The solution comprises of Sonus WebRTC Gateway, Sonus SBCs, Sonus WebRTC Software Development Kit and Sonus Element Management System (EMS).

David Tipping, vice president and general manager, Products, Sonus 
The hype curve is passing, and service providers and enterprises are seeking viable WebRTC solutions as they strive to deliver differentiated and advanced Cloud-based voice and video services to end users. Sonus’ WebRTC portfolio sits at the intersection of Cloud, mobile and social technologies to spawn a new set of secure and intelligent click-to-connect, real-time communications features which can create enhanced revenue opportunities.

Phil Edholm, president and principal, PKE Consulting
The Sonus WebRTC Services Solution addresses multiple needs in the marketplace. First, the platform provides integration of WebRTC-based communications from browsers and mobile devices into the existing SIP and IMS-based architectures that will enable enterprises and service providers to easily leverage WebRTC to deliver enhanced services. Inclusion of extended browser support as well as mobile applications in the SDK assures that the solution can cover the widest footprint of potential end users. With WebRTC usage exploding, Sonus is meeting a growing demand for integration into existing communications environments.

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