WESTFORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Sonus Networks, Inc. (SONS), a global leader in securing real-time communications, announced today that the Sonus SBC 5110 and Sonus SBC 5210 Session Border Controllers (SBCs) have completed the interoperability testing and information assurance certification for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) UCR2013 requirements and are posted on the JITC’s Approved Products List (APL). The JITC APL provides a list of certified technology products for deployment in the U.S. DoD. The SBC 5110 and the SBC 5210 join the Sonus NX 1000 IP Access Switch, Promina 800 Multiplexor and VX 900, which are currently listed on the JITC’s APL.
The SBC 5110 and SBC 5210 are high-performance SBCs that deliver exceptional scale and capacity to secure and enable real-time communications including Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), video and Unified Communications (UC) applications. The SBC 5110 and SBC 5210 are designed to help enterprises, service providers and government agencies protect their networks, ensure high quality voice and video communications and reduce costs through more efficient IP-based network architecture.
The DISA UCR2013 is a rigorous testing process that features comprehensive interoperability and information assurance tests to validate and certify vendor products for operation in DoD networks. The addition of the SBC 5110 and SBC 5210 to the APL will give options that would offer agencies more flexibility and higher performance when building out their VoIP and UC networks.
"Defense agencies have the same challenges any enterprise does with integrating disparate unified communications systems and session border controllers are a critical tool for accomplishing that," says John Burke, Principal Research Analyst with Nemertes Research. "By achieving JITC APL certification, Sonus greatly expands the options available to these organizations for empowering, managing and securing unified communications."
“The world’s most mission critical communications networks have come to trust Sonus,” said John Winters, vice president of sales at Sonus and president of Sonus Federal. “The JITC certification, as with our commercial certifications from independent testing companies like Miercom, validates that Sonus has the expertise and portfolio to bring together diverse VoIP, video and UC environments in a secure, manageable way to meet stringent government agency requirements.”
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About Sonus Networks:
Sonus secures real-time communications so the world's leading service providers and enterprises can embrace the next generation of SIP and 4G/LTE solutions including VoIP, video, instant messaging and online collaboration. With customers in more than 50 countries and nearly two decades of experience, Sonus offers a complete portfolio of hardware-based and virtualized Session Border Controllers (SBCs), Diameter Signaling Controllers (DSCs), policy/routing servers and media and signaling gateways. For more information, visit www.sonus.net or call 1-855-GO-SONUS.
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