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Cisco maintains dominant spot in enterprise session-border-controller market, says Infonetics

Cisco remained the dominant enterprise session border controller (eSBC) vendor in the first quarter, according to Infonetics'  Enterprise Session Border Controllers  report.

Juniper Networks, Sonus enter new software defined networking pact

Juniper Networks and Sonus have created a new alliance focused on developing software defined networking capabilities for video and unified communications services.

Sonus shuffles its management deck

Sonus Networks on Thursday announced that two of its main executives, Todd A. Abbott and Jeffrey M. Snider, are assuming new duties, one of the latest moves made by CEO Ray Dolan since taking the reins of the company in 2010.

Sonus wraps acquisition of Network Equipment Technologies

Sonus on Monday completed its $42 million acquisition of Network Equipment Technologies (NET), adding another piece to its growing enterprise product portfolio.

Sonus Networks CEO Ray Dolan sets sights on lucrative SBC, enterprise markets

Following a 20-plus year in the wireless industry, one that included stints at the former Flarion Technologies, now Qualcomm, Ray Dolan took the reins of Sonus Networks in 2010 with hopes of...

Sonus Networks embarks on new journey with CEO Ray Dolan

With over two years under his belt as Sonus Networks' CEO, Ray Dolan believes the best new growth areas for the vendor whose name is synonymous with TDM/IP voice gateways in two other segments:...

Onvoy Voice Services employs Sonus for its network expansion

Onvoy Voice Services, a wholesale voice service provider, is leveraging Sonus Networks' (Nasdaq: SONS) VoIP gear for its latest network expansion initiative. For this particular deployment, Onvoy

Sonus gets invited to 360networks' IP voice network migration party

360networks has found that Sonus Networks' NBS-9000 Network Border Switch is the right transition platform for its IP voice network. The wholesale network provider, which provides a mix of Private

CenturyLink takes the VoIP network plunge with Sonus

CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) has decided that the more efficient foundation for its voice traffic would be a converged IP network that could accommodate both legacy TDM and IP voice traffic across its

GENBAND makes "stalking horse" bid for Nortel's CVAS division

GENBAND is the first to step out of the speculation mill and launch a "stalking horse" bid for Nortel's Carrier VoIP and Application Solutions (CVAS) business. Working in conjunction with its