Service providers across the globe rely on the Ribbon Application Server (AS) for both business and residential services, with over 30 million seats sold. The fully virtualized platform is built on a modern architecture that includes nomadic user profiles that allow subscribers to migrate and access their profiles across geographies. Ribbon's AS is a carrier-class solution, which means it offers robust geographic redundancy and supports 2 million seats per instance. It can be cost-effectively deployed to support both Unified Communication as a Service(UCaaS) solutions and residential VoIP. Most importantly, it's developed by Ribbon R&D teams and supported by thousands of Ribbon people that are exclusively focused on delivering and supporting telecom services.
The Ribbon Application Server is more than a traditional Telephony Application Server (TAS), it integrates voice, video, instant messaging, presence, mobility, conferencing, and collaboration over any network and any device, including WebRTC-based web clients, mobile, PCs, Macs, and SIP phones. It delivers business services that are so rich that it can even replace legacy Nortel Phone systems in large enterprise deployments and so secure it has passed rigorous JITC testing for the US Defense Department.
Unified Communications Server
Industry consolidation and new market entrants are ratcheting up the competition for hosted business services. That's why the Ribbon Application Server provides a rich set of business services, via industry-standard SIP phones. Ribbon gives service providers the technology and go-to-market support required to deploy market-leading UCaaS offers from their own network. The Application Server is fully virtualized with a modular architecture, making it an ideal choice for service providers that need to cost-effectively cap and grow their existing app server platform. And unlike some competitors, a Ribbon AS will operate seamlessly in a heterogeneous architecture. Of course, it can also be neatly paired with Ribbon's WebRTC Gateway and Session Border Controllers.