[VoiceOps] VoiceOps Digest, Vol 9, Issue 7
jpuckett at e-c-group.com
Thu Mar 11 15:05:00 EST 2010
I have been working with BroadSoft for a number of years and have overall been very pleased with the stability and feature of the system. It is especially well suited to serving customers in need of hosted PBX and IP centrex services. As of late, the addition of Enhanced SIP Trunking features even gives it a leg up on the SBC or openser options.
We have deployed nearly three dozen BroadWorks systems for various service providers and the vast majority of them also use the Acme Packet products for their SBC.
Acme's ability to perform SIP normalization, topology hiding, and provide some pretty sophisticated DOS protections sets a pretty high bar for other SBCs when talking about HNT and peering solutions.
Given the fact that BroadSoft is rolling out the AMS platform to support your existing SKINNY users, it definitely seems like BroadWorks with the Acme Packet for SIP and AMS for SKINNY support is a reasonable place to start.
James Puckett - Engineers' Consulting Group
Phone 229-316-0012 - Fax 229-316-1490
> On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 4:17 PM, Matthew S. Crocker <
> matthew at corp.crocker.com> wrote:
>> I'm the lucky (!!?) owner of a Vocaldata/Tekelec/GENBAND/Broadsoft M6 soft
>> switch. I'm looking at replacing it with a Broadsoft Broadworks switch.
>> Anyone out there familiar with both switches? Any opinions of the
>> stability/feature set of Broadworks would be welcome!
>> If you have Broadworks, which SBC are you using? Anyone using OpenSIPS
>> to front end BWorks?
>> Send me on or off-list responses, your preference.
>> Matthew S. Crocker
>> Crocker Communications, Inc.
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>> Greenfield, MA 01302-0710
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