[VoiceOps] RFO: Cisco ASR platform as an SBC

anorexicpoodle anorexicpoodle at gmail.com
Thu Aug 18 17:51:44 EDT 2011

Thanks but we presently own and operate several acmes, a Metaswitch and
Sylantro platform and have looked long and hard at Sonus for other
things but this particular project is all about reducing the real
per-session costs, which I don't suspect a hosted solution will be able
to do. Feel free to ping me off list though if you've got a super
compelling offer, I'm always open to new solutions.

On Thu, 2011-08-18 at 17:00 -0400, Jay Patel wrote:

> Ryan,
> If you don't want to invest a lot , you can rent Sonus platform at
> very reasonable monthly cost. Some people also call it switch
> partitioning. 
> We offer TDM / IP  Switch partitioning  with support . I  would be
> happy to explain our switch partition offering. We  feel free to email
> me privately.
> Thanks
> -J
> On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 4:34 PM, anorexicpoodle
> <anorexicpoodle at gmail.com> wrote:
>         All,
>         I was wondering who out there has actually used Ciscos ASR
>         platform as an SBC and what are your opinions of it? I am well
>         acquainted with the offerings from Acme and Sonus but I have a
>         specialized need that those vendors may be pricing themselves
>         out of in licensing, but it MUST be a B2BUA which eliminates
>         OpenSIPS/Kamailio as a potential solution. I'm also looking
>         for a solution that can be scaled out to between 16k/32k
>         sessions/node with high availability and media handling, but
>         with minimal signaling mangling and transformations.
>         Please feel free to share your experiences good, bad or
>         otherwise.
>         Thanks in advance!
>         -Ryan
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