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About Ribbon Communications (Previous Sonus Networks) VoIP Gateways

Note: Ribbon products cannot be shipped outside of the United States!

Sonus is now Ribbon communications! Ribbon is a company with two decades of leadership in real-time communications. They transform fixed, mobile and enterprise networks from legacy environments to secure IP and cloud-based architectures, enabling highly productive communications for businesses.

Ribbon Communications offers solutions ranging from 2 to 48 analog VoIP ports, from 1 to 32 T1, E1, PRI spans and 2, 4 or 8 BRI/ST ports, as well as Session Border Controllers and a Remote Management Session Server for easy management of remote Tenors, even those behind NAT firewalls.

Why buy Ribbon (Previous Sonus Networks)?

  • Survivability to assure telephony communications remainlive in branch locations, even if the IP PBX network fails.
  • Unmatched protection of voice quality and availability.
  • Ease of Ownership with scalability, security and remote management capabilities.
  • Ease of installation because Tenors are designed to fit into virtually any network environment.
  • Lower TCO because Tenors require no PBX modifications, additional equipment, and or provisioning expenses.
Ribbon Communications VoIP Gateways

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  1. Sonus SBC 1000 Gateway (SBC-1K-R-FXS)

    SKU: 02-125257

    Sonus SBC 1000 Gateway provides small and medium-sized enterprises with legacy voice infrastructure a secure, reliable path to VoIP connectivity with a full range of SIP service provider environments.
  2. Sonus AXG800 8FXS VoIP Gateway

    SKU: 02-107788

    The Sonus Tenor AXG800 Analog gateway connects analog devices to the data network. The AXG800 features 8 FXS ports and one 10/100 RJ45 port.
  3. Sonus AFG800 8FXS VoIP Gateway

    SKU: 02-106666

    The Sonus Tenor AFG800 gateway allows small businesses, SOHOs, and branch offices with analog telephony infrastructures the ability to utilize the VoIP network to reduce costs.

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