Asterisk Announce SBC Solution for VOIP in 2019
VoIP networks are evolving and Asterisk Service session border controllers keep in step providing perfect security and interoperability.
Speaking on the occasion, the company's VP said, "VoIP wired and wireless networks are evolving and follow different paths using H.248, MGC and SIGTRAN as well as H323 protocols. Further, the trend for 2019 is to go in for hosted services and, in both cases, Asterisk Service SBC development (https://www.asteriskservice.com/
Asterisk Service SBC solution provides seamless connectivity between devices using G711u, G711a, G723, G726, G729, GSM, ILBC and similar codes. Asterisk Service, he continued, can provide SBC development from the ground up for VoIP service providers or work to integrate and upgrade or install and fine tune existing open source SBCs based on Asterisk, FreeSwitch, OpenPBX, Yate and Open SER.
Asterisk service SBC development has inherent advantages for VoIP service providers. Customization means the SBC can be fine tuned to handle NAT, media transcoding and specific protocols resulting in a leaner and fast system. Another advantage VoIP service providers gain is in security. Asterisk Service gets the benefit of the AI team of Ecosmob, its parent company, to handle media transcoding intelligently and distribute loads as well as in least cost routing. In addition, AI refinements in security can help identify patterns and attempts at abuse or intrusions and raise a security flag. Custom SBC development by Asterisk also has benefits in accounting and billing aspect. Inclusion of these features in SBC leads to better integration of traffic monitoring as well as accounting. It is possible to set custom language options, rates, currency and taxes for different customers. All these and other standard features of SBC can be offers as an on-premise solution, or, as is the trend, on a hosted basis. This further frees VoIP services from the burden of maintenance, IT resources and upgrades. Asterisk Service keeps its SBCs updated on an ongoing basis backed by total support.
Interested VoIP services looking to streamline or upgrade existing SBCs or go in for SBC development may get in touch with Asterisk Service at 91 79 40054019, 1-303-997-3139 or chat on website https://www.asteriskservice.com.