New high-performance eSBCs redefine the future of small-office All-IP communications. With 2-8 built-in telephony ports, Pattons eSBCs do the job of multiple devices—at half the cost of alternatives.
SmartNode™… More than just talk!
Patton Electronics — US manufacturer of UC, cloud, and IoT enabling solutions for carrier, enterprise and industrial networks—is now shipping a new line of cost-effective, high-performance SmartNode enterprise session border controllers (eSBC) that offer two to eight integrated telephony interfaces.
A typical eSBC provides All-IP, SIP-to-SIP communication only, whereas conversion from traditional analog or ISDN to IP telephony remains the job of a separate VoIP Media gateway. By merging media gateway functions with high-end eSBC capabilities in a single, low-cost, customer-premise device, Patton’s innovation accelerates obsolesce of the traditional Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA).
The new VoIP CPE are designed for small-businesses/small-offices that need to integrate legacy phones, fax machines, meters, postage machines, or POTS/ISDN trunks into ALL-IP communication systems, including on-premise and hosted UC solutions.
The SN5541 offers 2, 4 or 8 FXS ports, while the SN5551 offers flexible combinations of 2 to 8 FXS & BRI ports.
“The world is going ALL-IP,” said Burton A. Patton, EVP. “Cloud Telephony remains on the rise. In order to achieve convergence many enterprises proliferate their on-premise devices. In one box, a Patton eSBC does the job of two, three, or more devices—at half the cost of alternative solutions.”
“The world is going ALL-IP. Cloud Telephony remains on the rise. In order to achieve convergence many enterprises proliferate their on-premise devices. In one box, a Patton eSBC does the job of two, three, or more devices—at half the cost of alternative solutions.” Burton A. Patton, Executive Vice President, Patton Electronics Co.
For businesses with immediate FXS/BRI media conversion requirements: Patton’s SmartNode 4141 FXS and 4151 BRI/FXS VoIP gateways have you covered. Offering license-key conversion to rich-featured eSBC functionality, the new gateways also support inevitable migration to SIP-trunking, unified communications (UC), hosted or cloud-based services.
Carrier Class. Patton’s carrier-grade dual image feature—rarely found in low-port-count CPE—provides fallback/recovery capability for service continuity during network-wide software upgrade.
Fully Loaded. New SmartNode eSBCs include such state-of-the-art features as SRTP/TLS security, USB cell-modem support, PSTN redundancy, 3G/4G fail-over/survivability, generic routing encapsulation (GRE tunneling), border gateway protocol (BGP).
They also boast the VoIP industry’s longest-reach FXS local loop (10 kilometers at 3 REN)—useful for such applications as off-premise extension.
A built-in BroadSoft PacketSmart Probe for network-monitoring is available.