Ribbon announces AWS integration
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
AWS Marketplace is a simple and convenient sales channel that streamlines software delivery, making it easy for Ribbon to offer its SBC SWe solution on…
Ribbon Communications has announced that it is enabling customers and prospects to easily deploy the company’s Session Border Controller Software Edition (SWe) to improve the security and reliability of real-time communication services, with Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The Ribbon SBC SWe is now available on AWS Marketplace and as an AWS Quick Start.
AWS Marketplace is a simple and convenient sales channel that streamlines software delivery, making it easy for Ribbon to offer its SBC SWe solution on AWS. The AWS Quick Start for Ribbon SBC SWe was purpose-built by AWS solutions architects and Ribbon, based on AWS best practices for security and high availability, to help customers and prospects easily deploy Ribbon’s SBC SWe on AWS.
The Ribbon SBC SWe has been optimized for AWS to provide advanced security, while supporting high capacity requirements, for real-time, multimedia Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) traffic. Additionally, Ribbon’s SBC SWe delivers carrier-class redundancy to ensure service continuity; is deployable on multiple cloud environments; provides industry-leading media transcoding using GPUs to scale for high-density transcoding; and is certified for Microsoft Phone System Direct Routing, Skype for Business, Lync 2013 and Lync 2010.
Ribbon Chief Technology Officer Kevin Riley said “Multiple customers have already deployed our SBC SWe on AWS and are currently running production traffic.
“The launch of our SBC SWe on AWS Marketplace and AWS Quick Starts is another significant milestone as we continually expand our cloud-based solutions to improve the customer communications experience.”
Riley added, “We are pleased to expand our relationship with AWS to offer our customers two additional simplified, convenient methods to rapidly access, test and deploy the Ribbon SBC SWe in support of secure, reliable real-time communication services.”