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Sonus Virtualizes WebRTCSonus Virtualizes WebRTC

Virtualized Gateway and SDK provide bridge WebRTC and IP-based communications.

March 12, 2015

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Sonus Virtualizes WebRTC

WESTFORD, Mass. – Sonus Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: SONS), a global leader in enabling and securing real-time communications, today introduced the Sonus WebRTC Services Solution, a virtualized Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) offer, purpose-built for the Cloud. The WebRTC Services Solution providessignaling from WebRTC-to-WebRTC applications and interworking from WebRTC-to-Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), delivering advanced real-time communications capabilities on mobile applications and on websites, which are accessible via a browser.

WebRTC enables end-users to participate in audio, video and other forms of collaborative communications solely through the use of a WebRTC-enabled browser without special hardware, additional software plug-ins, distinctive applications or downloads. Using a WebRTC-enabled browser, users can easily place voice and video calls as well as engage in multi-media screen sharing and collaboration sessions. Unlike legacy and PBX-based models for Unified Communications (UC), which often function as separate communications islands, WebRTC can be deployed to interwork seamlessly across existing SIP-based networks that support real-time voice, video and data.

The WebRTC Services Solution bridges WebRTC and SIP, allowing service providers to quickly and efficiently offer new real-time communications services, which can improve end-user experience while also extending existing voice and video services over the web. The WebRTC Services Solution also enables enterprise networks to advance WebRTC-based collaboration and productivity for its employees and customers by deploying click-to-connect type features in a manner that ensures a high quality of experience and an unparalleled level of security.

Sonus Networks Inc. (Nasdaq: SONS)

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