- World's bestselling reference series explains how SIP-based communications environments can help companies save money and add capabilities.
- SIP Trunking For Dummies overviews how SIP trunking and the move to VoIP can collectively reduce traditional enterprise telecom expense by up to 50%.
- Session Management For Dummies outlines how a SIP based environment can be leveraged to deploy applications like Unified Communications and video across disparate vendor network architectures.
- The new books complement the Session Border Controllers For Dummies book first released in May 2012.
- SIP Trunking For Dummies, Sonus Special Edition (Wiley, 978-1-118-48767-9, September 2012)
- Session Management For Dummies, Sonus Special Edition (Wiley, 978-1-118-47072-5, September 2012)
- SIP-based Unified Communications infrastructure could reclaim 23% of the productivity lost on inefficient communications in large Enterprises.
- VoIP (89%), Unified Communications (69%) and video conferencing (65%) are the most important types of media to be controlled via SIP.
To download electronic copies of SIP Trunking For Dummies, Session Management For Dummies and Session Border Controllers For Dummies, go to www.sonus.net/dummies.Quote: "For Dummies allows us to take an easy-to-understand approach to technical matters our customers face each day," said Wes Durow, Vice President of Global Marketing at Sonus. "These books serve as a pathway as to how businesses and service providers can take advantage of SIP-based communications environments to reduce costs and add capabilities like video and Unified Communications." Other Facts:
- Sonus’ portfolio of enterprise session border controllers (SBC) features four Microsoft Lync qualified products, more than all other vendors combined.
- Sonus is the fastest-growing SBC vendor (Infonetics Research, “Service Provider VoIP Equipment and Subscribers," 4Q11 report); growing almost 4x faster than the market average.
- Sonus SBC 5200 supports 64,000 sessions on a single server, more than twice the capacity of the leading SBC competitor.
- Sonus counts several Fortune 500 enterprises among its SBC customers, including the world's largest banks, airlines, retailers and healthcare providers.
- Nearly one in three enterprises have deployed SIP trunking with an average cost savings of approximately 33% as revealed in the ‘2012 SIP Trunking Report’ produced by Webtorials for Sonus.
- A SIP-based Unified Communications infrastructure could reclaim 23% of the productivity lost on inefficient communications in large enterprises as noted in the '2012 Economic Impact of SIP in the Enterprise' State of the Market report by Webtorials on behalf of Sonus.
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