Sonus Cloud Link In­te­grates Skype for Busi­ness Cloud Con­nec­tor Edi­tion in a Sin­gle Ap­pli­ance

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Sonus Net­works an­nounced sup­port for Skype for Busi­ness Cloud Con­nec­tor Edi­tion through Sonus Cloud Link, an in­tel­li­gent, scal­able, ven­dor­ag­nos­tic so­lu­tion. It en­ables se­cure en­ter­prise mi­gra­tion to Cloud PBX in Of­fice 365 and sup­ports Skype for Busi­ness’ hy­brid cloud de­ploy­ments.

Sonus Cloud Link in­te­grates the Cloud Con­nec­tor Edi­tion ap­pli­ca­tion into a sin­gle com­mu­ni­ca­tions ap­pli­ance. It also pre­serves ex­ist­ing PSTN con­nec­tiv­ity, sup­ports ana­log de­vices, and pro­vides en­ter­prise-wide legacy dial plan and ac­tive directory dial plan in­te­gra­tion. Pow­ered by Sonus Ses­sion Bor­der Con­trollers, Sonus Cloud Link’s se­cu­rity fea­tures pre­vent unau­tho­rized ac­cess and pre­serve com­mu­ni­ca­tions from hacker at­tacks.

“From Lync to Skype for Busi­ness to Cloud PBX and Cloud Con­nec­tor Edi­tion, Sonus has ex­pe­ri­ence sup­port­ing Mi­crosoft’s ad­vanced com­mu­ni­ca­tions of­fer­ings. Sonus Cloud Link now of­fers a sim­ple way for com­pa­nies to move to Mi­crosoft Cloud PBX in Of­fice 365, while se­curely pro­vid­ing PSTN ac­cess,” said Mykola Kon­rad, Sonus Vice Pres­i­dent, Prod­uct Man­age­ment and Mar­ket­ing.

Mi­crosoft’s Skype for Busi­ness Cloud Con­nec­tor Edi­tion was de­signed as a hy­brid of­fer­ing that in­cludes vir­tual ma­chines that con­nect its uni­fied com­mu­ni­ca­tions of­fer­ings to PSTN ser­vices. En­ter­prises that de­ploy it end up with a min­i­mal Skype for Busi­ness server topol­ogy in a vir­tu­al­ized en­vi­ron­ment that pro­vides a way to send and re­ceive calls through VoIP or PSTN means.

Since Mi­crosoft launched Cloud Con­nec­tor ear­lier this week, sev­eral ven­dors and part­ners have an­nounced in­te­gra­tions between their prod­ucts or ser­vices and the new vir­tu­al­ized com­mu­ni­ca­tions and col­lab­o­ra­tion of­fer­ings. M AY 2 0 1 6 | HWM 127

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