With the acceleration of communications moving to the cloud, there has been a shift in how we work and collaborate. Nowhere is this more evident than in the shift to unified communications as a service (UCaaS). Today’s and tomorrow’s workers will rely even more on voice, video, and unified communications services as “work from home” becomes the new normal. Enterprises are now implementing Zoom for their UC needs to promote enhanced productivity and foster innovation.
Oracle Communications protects the voice component of this collaboration with its industry-leading session border controller (SBC). Oracle is trusted by enterprises for its secure, seamless, and scalable technology for voice communications. Oracle SBCs are certified for Zoom Premise Peering (Bring Your Own Carrier) to help deliver UC solutions, allowing customers to keep their own carrier, enabling enterprises to maintain their existing on-premise voice infrastructure. As Zoom Phone continues to be an integrated part of the collaboration experience, enterprises can trust Oracle to help their transition to the cloud with its best-in-breed session delivery and SD-WAN products to deliver the most reliable and secure experience.
Enterprise voice, video, and unified communications services are vulnerable to cyberattacks, outages, and interoperability problems that can occur when communications sessions traverse IP network borders. Attacks and outages can disrupt business operations, endanger revenues, and tarnish the brand image. Interoperability problems can reduce business agility, delay projects, and put IT investments at risk. Oracle SBCs are designed to address the unique security, reliability, and interoperability problems that can occur when real-time communications sessions cross network borders.
Oracle SBC protects IP communications networks from cyberthreats and fraud, mitigates the effects of network impairments and outages, and cures interoperability problems to enable highly secure and reliable voice, video, and unified communications services.