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SoftBank Signs Partnership with Edgewater Networks to Deliver eSBC as Part of UCS Suite

Clock 4 November 2015
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SoftBank Signs Partnership with Edgewater Networks to Deliver eSBC as Part of UCS Suite Image Credit: Edgewater Networks

IP-based voice, video and data services firm, Edgewater Networks has signed SoftBank as a partner to deliver managed services in Japan, implementing its Enterprise Session Border Controllers (eSBCs) into SoftBank's platform. Edgewater Networks' portfolio adds to Softbank's comprehensive suite of unified communications solution for enterprise customers. 

Edgewater Networks' solutions offer device and protocol interoperability, security and policy management, flexible and scalable all-in-one solutions, visibility to all voice and data traffic, and support for SMB to enterprise-level customers.The vendor said that service providers and enterprises of all sizes use its solutions to simplify customer premise configurations for quick and smooth installations, reduced time to market and for rapid return on invested capital. 

Kuniyoshi Suzuki, Director of Device Management Services
Its enterprise session border controllers will extend our offer to customers as it is a comprehensive solution in a single appliance for SIP trunking and simple, secure remote access for unified communications.

Dave Norman, CEO of Edgewater Networks
SoftBank offers Edgewater Networks users the most sophisticated understanding of customer network edge protection and deployment in the Japan region. Working together we're building a competitive advantage that offers far more effective and efficient collaboration for organizations of all sizes.

Image By Yodalica (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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