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Oracle Communications Session Border Controller (SBC) helps service providers deliver trusted, carrier-grade, real-time communications such as VoLTE, VoIP, video conferencing and calling, presence, IM, and IPTV. With unparalleled features, a wide range of protocol support, programmability, and manageability in all types of IP networks, Oracle Communications SBC is the ideal choice for carriers as they evolve their networks towards 5G and cloud.
Oracle supports Microsoft Teams carrier scenario: direct routing.
For telephony service providers, the direct routing/carrier model helps to deliver new, entirely hosted propositions for their enterprise customers to connect telephony into Teams. The service-provider version of Oracle SBC is fully certified to deliver Teams direct routing in a multitenant fashion, enabling operators to efficiently provide a hosted telephony integration into Teams. This model allows service providers to deliver a Teams telephony solution to their enterprises, which is activated via cloud configuration only.
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Australia's leading telco operator shares why they chose to work with Oracle as its Microsoft Teams partner and how the partnership will develop in the future.
A leading provider of UC and SIP trunking services in the UK, Gamma shares how Oracle SBCs help them support new markets/infrastructure, including collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams.
This paper provides guidance to CSPs on how they can evolve to support and generate revenue streams from 5G and cloud voice services.
Voice services are experiencing a resurgence. People are increasingly ditching their keyboards and touchpads for simpler, more natural voice interactions.
Oracle Communications Consulting helped a tier one operator in APAC implement virtualized Session Border Controllers for security, performance, and innovation.
The virtualization of SBCs will help enterprises and service providers on their path to 5G and digital transformation.
TIM Brasil makes infrastructure a strategic priority through investments in advanced IP-networking technologies—increasing SIP interconnect and peering capabilities to expand its footprint for internet, video, voice, and cloud services.
Proximus uses Oracle Communications' virtualized Session Border Controller to virtualize the majority of its telco and service apps on a multitenant and open telco cloud.