Nortel CS2100 / SL-100 Rejuvenation

It's a fact, most enterprise IP-PBXs just can't deliver the scale and reliability of carrier-grade SL-100 or CS2100 deployments. However, users need modern communication tools that these 10 or even 20-year-old platforms weren't designed to provide. Telecom managers have been caught in the middle, forced to choose between richer services or reliability. Stop compromising! Ribbon's Nortel heritage means we still have the teams that originally developed these platforms and continue to innovate. Legacy hardware has given way to fully virtualized solutions that are far more cost-effective to operate and deliver modern UC experiences. Web interfaces, UC soft clients, WebRTC-based embedded communications and more are part of the solution. Of course, we offer support for legacy phones and infrastructure. All without giving up the carrier-grade resiliency you've come to expect.

Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a fully supported solution and a fully committed product roadmap that extends investments for years to come.

Migrating to a Unified Communication Server

Ribbon brings contemporary unified communications capabilities like video calling, instant messaging, presence, and fixed/mobile handoff to legacy Nortel systems. Eliminate cost and complexity with a transformed IP network that consolidates and centralizes resources and simplifies operations. Avoid vendor lock-in with standard SIP-based endpoints and reduce operating expenses and improve service agility with SIP trunks.

Nortel CS2100 / Nortel SL100 Rejuvenation Advantages

  • Consolidate, centralize, and simplify infrastructure with a transformed IP signaling core and IP Gateways
  • Avoid “rip and replace” upgrades––migrate legacy servers over time
  • Comprehensive UC feature set including video, HD VoIP, multimedia conferencing and collaboration, unified messaging, and screen sharing
  • Wide-ranging client support including smartphones, tablets, WebRTC-compliant browsers, PCs and Macs
  • Avoid vendor lock-in with SIP-based endpoints and network elements
  • Simple, per-user, licensing assures solution extensibility