AudioCodes Introduces the Mediant 4000 Enterprise Session Border Controller
AudioCodes, a leading provider of Voice over IP technologies and Voice Network products, today announced the launch of the Mediant 4000 Enterprise Session Border Controller, a highly scalable addition to the Company's family of Mediant E-SBC products. Based on AudioCodes field-proven SBC research and products, and using state of the art network processors and digital signal processors, the Mediant 4000 offers large enterprises and contact centers secured and reliable connectivity to SIP trunks and hosted services supporting up to 4,000 concurrent sessions per device.
The Mediant 4000 deployed at their larger offices
With the Mediant 4000 deployed at their larger offices and data centers, enterprises can benefit from seamless interconnection between their own IP-PBXs, unified communications systems or contact centers and multiple SIP trunking providers, during maintaining high VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) quality and protecting their network from malicious or fraudulent security threats. The Mediant 4000 as well fits in hosted environments for providing local survivability in case of WAN failure or a service outage.
The Mediant 4000 offers advanced resiliency by supporting active-standby high availability and connectivity to multiple SIP service nodes. Moreover, the Mediant 4000 E-SBC, along with AudioCodes Session Experience Manager, provides enterprises a complete view of their networks' voice quality.
"The introduction of Mediant 4000 is a significant addition to our E-SBC portfolio," said Nimrod Borovsky, VP Marketing at AudioCodes. "We are now able to provide a range of E-SBCs that effectively fits a wide variety of organizations and locations, from small businesses and branch offices to very large enterprise premises and contact center facilities."
Statements concerning AudioCodes' business outlook or future economic performance; product introductions and plans and objectives related thereto; and statements concerning assumptions made or expectations as to any future events, conditions, performance or other matters, are "forward-looking statements'' as that term is defined pursuant to this agreement U.S. Federal securities laws. Forward-looking statements are subject to various risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those stated in such statements. These risks, uncertainties and factors include, nevertheless are not limited to: the effect of global economic conditions in general and conditions in AudioCodes' industry and target markets in particular; shifts in supply and demand; market acceptance of new products and the demand for existing products; the impact of competitive products and pricing on AudioCodes' and its clients' products and markets; timely product and research development, upgrades and the ability to manage changes in market conditions as needed; possible disruptions from acquisitions; the ability of AudioCodes to successfully integrate the products and operations of acquired companies into AudioCodes' business; and other factors detailed in AudioCodes' filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. AudioCodes assumes no obligation to update the information in this release.
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