KMG SBC 750

High density SBC media gateway for up to 2,010 SIP calls

Description

High density SBC gateway with high availability for up to 2,010 SIP calls or up to 750 calls with transcoding.

Developed for large call center companies that use SIP connections at their agents and VoIP carriers, the KMG SBC 750 ensures a secure connection between the local network and the VoIP carrier thanks to the Khomp SBC. It secures your SIP network through data encryption, protecting communication sessions against third party interception. Security features such as encryption and topology hiding are available on all calls simultaneously, at no additional cost.

 

Features and beneficits

Features are native in all KMG MS models

  • WEB INTERFACE for easy configuration, monitoring and diagnostics;
  • ROUTING SCRIPT for routing functions automation;
  • RTP BRIDGE to allow for a larger number of simultaneous SIP calls;
  • DATA ENCRYPTION to protect the VoIP network.

Optional Features for your solution*

  • SBC FOR ROUTING all advanced SIP-SIP call routing features;
  • ANALYTICS – Khomp Call Classifier to ensure the effectiveness of the call center productive calls;
  • STANDALONE SURVIVABILITY (SAS) to survival mode in case of PBX failure;
  • HIGH AVAILABILITY (HA) with redundant equipment that takes over the processing of all gateway calls in case of failure, keeping all settings unchanged;
  • SS7, ISUP AND SIGTRAN SUPPORT for interconnection at the carrier core level;
  • REGISTER AUTHORIZATION for prior authorization of requests to register external IP phones.
  • INSIGHT! for interactive monitoring and real-time data analysis;

*Features to be purchased separately.

 

KMG SBC 750 Features

  • Supports up to 750 SIP SBC calls with G.729 transcoding.
  • Up to 2,010 SIP SBC calls in Bridge mode
  • In booming scenarios, the KMG SBC 750 supports up to 8 external telephony modules for connecting the E1/T1, GSM 2G or 3G, FXO and FXS interfaces. Maximum of up to 960 simultaneous calls.

Other simultaneous calls capabilities are listed in the comparison table below.

 

Resources

Comparative table of family KMG MS:

E1/T1, GSM, FXS and/or FXO capability  SBC   Telephony interfaces
Transcoding option Maximum Nº. of Channels Number of calls (Bridge Mode) * G.711 <> G.711 SIP Transcoding
G.729 <> G.711
Transcoding on Both Ends
G.729 <> G.729
Internal
(o
n the chassis)
External (additional modules)
KMG 200 MS G.711<>G.729 60 240 120 60 30 1 (1 or 2 E1/T1) 2
KMG 400 MS
G.711
G.711<>G.729
0
120
120
300
240
90
180
90
0
90
30
0
45
15
0
0
1 (modular)
1 (modular)
0
2
2
KMG SBC 750
KMG 3200 MS

G.711
G.711<>G.729
0
960
480
2010
450
1500
1500
450
450
750
300
300
375
150
150


0
8
8
KMG SBC 90
G.711<>G.729
0
60
300
240
180
120
90
60
45
30


2

*RTP Bridge: Does not allow conversion of Codecs or audio handling – Analytics.

 

Application Model

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