I have a UX1000 SBA made by Sonus in the Edinburgh Microsoft Technology Centre. I’ve long been a fan of gateway’s and more over SBC’s in a Lync topology, they aren't needed but add that extra layer of redundancy and isolation into a voice deployment. Therefore I was interested to read that Sonus have collaborated to put together the resource below.

CIO PLAYBOOK: MAXIMIZING ROI FOR LYNC ENTERPRISE VOICE

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CIO Magazine and Sonus developed a playbook to navigate through the decision points of updating enterprise communications infrastructure to its optimal level. Learn how Session Border Controllers (SBCs) and Lync Enterprise Voice can reduce capital and operational expenditures while improving network availability.

Download a complimentary copy of this informative resource today.

Also in the news,

SONUS NAMED IN 2013 INFORMATION WEEK 500 LIST OF TOP TECHNOLOGY INNOVATORS

Sonus received the award in recognition of its 2013 companywide UC deployment, featuring Lync with Enterprise Voice and SBCs. Since implementing the solution in early 2013, Sonus has enhanced collaboration across its worldwide operations. Sonus has realized significant cost savings as a result of network consolidation and internally hosting audio/videoconferencing applications, even as conferencing minutes within the company increased. This is Sonus’ second consecutive appearance on the list. View the press release.