Sponsored By: Ribbon Communications
In this on-demand webinar, Sonus discusses the key challenges and the solution requirements of delivering performance and security for high-volume, real-time packet processing. This includes demonstrations of two innovative solutions – one showing how graphical processing units (GPUs) can be used to dramatically increase performance for transcoding, the second showing real-time exchange of information between a session border controller (SBC) and a next-generation firewall (NGFW) to mitigate and prevent real-time communications security attacks.
Delivering carrier-grade performance and security for real-time communications in a virtual, cloud-based deployment is still in the early stages of the adoption curve. The good news is that many of the most advanced service providers, enterprises, open-source community groups, and vendors are aggressively working on real-world implementations to ensure success for real-time communications in the cloud.
Developing innovative solutions to maximize performance of real-time packet processing in a virtual, cloud-based deployment, has been an important focus at Sonus during the past year. In particular, Sonus has worked to advance the state-of-the-art for high throughput, high availability, and low latency for real-time packet processing. These innovations make sure real-time communications in the cloud delivers the same scalability and quality of service that was once done with proprietary hardware.
Similarly, Sonus has taken a leadership role to bridge the cybersecurity gap between a SBC and a NGFW to ensure real-time communications in the cloud does not become an attack vector. Real-time communications are stateful session-based and a SBC is designed to understand and secure this traffic. By sharing knowledge of this traffic, in real-time with a NGFW, a more intelligent network view is created, thus keeping it secure and ensuring toll grade quality.
When you watch this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn:
- Understand the state-of-the-art for real-time communications in the Cloud
- Learn what it takes to ensure performance for real-time communications in the Cloud
- Learn about real-time communication security exposures you may not have thought about and how to address them