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The ABCs of SBCs (session border controllers)

Do you know the ABCs of SBCs (session border controllers)? To help you deepen your understanding of the technology for securing communications strategies, this 8-page white paper provides a quick lesson on SBCs.

Dig into the paper to learn about:

  • 3 key SBC use cases, including SIP trunking
  • The ways that a session border controller can benefit your own business
  • A wide range of SBC tools from Ribbon Communications

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    “70% of potential participants live more than two hours from trial sites, so decentralization broadens trial access to reach a larger number and potentially more diverse pool of patients,” writes McKinsey and Company.

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