[VIDEO] Introducing The Smallest, Least-Cost eSBC on the Planet

Introducing the SmartNode SN500

Designed to address new security threats of work-from-home, small-office, and enterprise users, Patton’s miniature, ultra-low-cost SOHO session border controller provides SIP demarcation, encryption, network protection, monitoring, and call quality assurance you can count on.

Right-priced for SoHos and SMEs, and providing 4 to 30 concurrent session-initiation-protocol (SIP) sessions, the new SmartNode SN500 provides network protection and protocol normalization (interoperability) for enterprise-class ALL-IP voice-and-data communications systems.

SN500 UCaaS Application drawing
SN500 UCaaS Application

As Buddy Oliver, Patton’s Vice President of Product Management put it:

“Now the little guys can finally afford to join the ALL-IP party—without overpaying for a secure demarc solution.”

SN500 SIP Trunk Application
SN500 SIP Trunk Application

She may be small, but she ain’t no weakling. Backed by the power of the Patton Cloud, this lifeboat-sized little dingy carries a big shipload of capabilities, including:

  • SIP Demarcation
  • SIP Normalization
  • Network Protection
  • VoIP Security
  • Call Detail Records
  • Call Quality Monitoring
  • Alerts and Notifications
  • User-Friendly Interface

Mr. Oliver added:

“We are excited to offer the industry’s first entry-level session border controller. As a SmartNode, the SN500 is cloud powered, so it brings with it a host of valuable management tools and network edge orchestration features.”

>>READ the PRESS RELEASE:
Patton Announces the World’s Smallest, Lowest-Cost eSBC for SoHo and SME

>>VISIT the PRODUCT WEB PAGE
SmartNode SN500 Low Cost eSBC for SME/SOHO

What do you think?

  • Are you ready to embrace the new world of ALL-IP communication?
  • What do you consider the most valuable aspect of a cloud-powered SoHo eSBC?

Add your thoughts in the comments below…

W. Glendon Flowers
Product Marketing ManagerPatton Electronics Co
Glendon is responsible for creating corporate marketing and technical content including press releases, web copy, white papers, case studies, educational and tutorial pieces as well as other publications. He serves as editor in chief for Patton's email newsletter and other outbound communications. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from UMUC and a Bachelor of Music in percussion performance from UMCP. Mr. Flowers is a single father with three adult daughters: Lauren, Hannah & Sarah (twins). He plays guitar, bass, keyboards, drums and percussion and enjoys composing and arranging music and songs.


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