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1 Sonus SBC1000, SBC 2000 Competitive Positioning

2 2 SBC 1000 Competitive Positioning Feature SonusAudioCodes SBC 1000Mediant 1000Mediant 800Mediant 850 Maximum Deployment Flexibility Dual T1/E1 PRI digital voice ports capable of supporting "upstream" digital Lync™ deployments Yes NoYes Up to 24 FXS/FXO or up to 12 BRI portsYes No, limited to 12 FXS/FXO, 4 BRI No, limited to 12 FXS/FXO, 8 BRI T1/E1 PRI digital voice/BRI digital voice/FXS/FXO port coexistence in a single configuration Yes No, BRI alongside PRI option Dual T1/E1 ports co-existing with up to 24 FXS/FXO portsYes Up to 20 FXS/FXO with dual T1/E1 PRI NoYes Maximum secure TDM/analog SIP call capacity; 80 concurrent calls easily scale to service a 400 person Lync™ office deployment 84 SRTP calls120 SRTP calls38 SRTP calls60 SRTP calls Maximum secure transcoded SIP SIP call capacity to support SIP trunks, SIP SIP device interconnection, etc. 1006016 30 without telephony interfaces, 11 otherwise Independent I/O, DSP call processing architecture to maximize I/O flexibility and call capacity Yes No, can lose all analog/TDM I/O No, SIP SIP call capacity tied to specific I/O configurations DSP upgrade support to add greater SIP SIP call capacityYes NoYes Maximum Reliability Front end IP Switching Core (no CPU intervention) with hardware-based firewall that accounts for the demanding security needs of today's enterprises. Yes No. 10 year old system architecture where all packets are routed through the CPU for processing. No. All packets are routed through the CPU for processing. Minimal TCB, the most airtight SBA security model as specified by MSFT (firewalled off from the network, with no Internet Explorer, IIS or Windows networking) Yes No, SBA has separate external Ethernet connection at constant risk of attack No, SBA has separate external Ethernet connection at constant risk of attack. "Lifeline" ports to assure PBX and analog phones can still place calls into the PSTN in the event of a power loss. 12 analog lifeline ports, single T1/E1 PRI digital voice lifeline connection. 5 analog lifeline ports with single T1/E1 PRI digital voice lifeline connection. Single analog lifeline option. For Sonus Internal Use Only

3 3 SBC 1000 Competitive Positioning Feature SonusAudioCodes SBC 1000Mediant 1000Mediant 800Mediant 850 Ease of Use and Certainty of Correct Operation Single Integrated SBC/SBA Web Management Interface to achieve single look and feel across the SBC & SBA. YesNo TDM channel virtualization and visibility for VoIP callsYesNo Integrated SBA management operations to acquire and confirm correct SBA operation e.g. SBA SW load identification, replication status, call status, etc. YesNo Recovery partition in the SBA processing complex allows user to store an uncorrupted SBA & OS image for fallback in catastrophic crash Yes, "one click" recovery option No Network access available during SBA booting allows remote operator to load uncorrupted image in recovery partition recover from SBA catastrophic crash. Yes No, on-site re-boot only Signed roll-up patch service from gateway vendor to simplify SBA patching and reduce customer IT costs: Gateway vendor is the single source of all required patches, vs. multiple disparate sources Simplified patch management procedure, vs. complex multiple disparate patch application YesNo Lync SBAv2 compliance, Lync RBA (Resilient Branch Appliance) for Lync survivability over 3G/4G Yes, first and only vendor No Multi-forest AD support for separating out AD query for monitoring network traffic and AD query for voice traffic YesNo For Sonus Internal Use Only

4 4 SBC 1000 Competitive Positioning Feature SonusAudioCodes SBC 1000Mediant 1000Mediant 800Mediant 850 Ease of Lync Deployment Integrated SBC co-existing with Microsoft® Lync™ Survivable Branch Appliance for: Protection of customer network via segregation and NAT, prevention of DOS, CAC Public/private IP network demarcation services Reduction of SIP trunking costs with multi-ITSP registration. Yes Not available as pure E- SBC with Lync™ SBA Configurations, requires MSBR configuration Not available as pure E-SBC with Lync™ SBA Configurations, requires MSBR configuration Full on-board call forking to support multiple call terminations to both SIP and TDM/analog clients and simplify Lync migration into the branch Yes, up to 8 analog/TDM/SIP call destinations per forked call Limited on-board call forking (10 SIP endpoints only) & consumes SIP licenses Programmable AD Integration to support custom AD-supported call flows. YesNo Optional AD caching to optimize network traffic & prevent lost phone calls during AD server outage. Yes No, support for intermittent failure only Lync SBAv2 compliance, Lync RBA (Resilient Branch Appliance) for Lync survivability over 3G/4G Yes, first and only vendor No Multi-forest AD support for separating out AD query for monitoring network traffic and AD query for voice traffic YesNo For Sonus Internal Use Only

5 5 SBC 2000 Competitive Positioning FeatureSonusAudioCodes SBC 2000Mediant 2000Mediant 3000Mediant 4000 Maximum Deployment Flexibility Up to 16 T1/E1 PRI digital voice ports capable of supporting "upstream" digital Lync™ deployments Yes No Up to 48 FXS ports for analog capabilitiesYesNo T1/E1 ports co-existing with FXS portsYesNo SIP SIP calls to support SIP trunks (E-SBC function), SIP SIP device interconnection, etc. when security and transcoding are enabled No capacity reduction No E-SBC functionSome capacity reduction More than 75% Capacity reduction even for basic security and transcoding requirements DSP upgrade support to add greater SIP SIP call capacityYesNo Yes, but doesn’t get to full capacity Efficient TDM TDM call routing matrix to maximize throughput and voice quality of TDM - SIP, SIP to SIP, and TDM to TDM calls as TDM Yes No, TDM TDM calls reduce SIP call capacity, increase call latency, complicate call routing tables N/A Maximum Reliability Front end IP Switching Core (no CPU intervention) with hardware-based firewall that accounts for the demanding security needs of today's enterprises. Yes No. 10+ year old system architecture where all packets are routed through the CPU for processing. No. All packets are routed through the CPU for processing. Minimal TCB, the most airtight SBA security model as specified by MSFT (firewalled off from the network, with no Internet Explorer, IIS or Windows networking) YesNo, SBA has separate external Ethernet connection at constant risk of attack No SBA For Sonus Internal Use Only

6 6 SBC 2000 Competitive Positioning FeatureSonusAudioCodes SBC 2000Mediant 2000Mediant 3000Mediant 4000 Ease of Use and Certainty of Correct Operation Single Integrated SBC/SBA Web Management Interface to achieve single look and feel across the SBC & SBA. YesNo TDM channel virtualization and visibility for VoIP callsYesNo Integrated SBA management operations to acquire and confirm correct SBA operation e.g. SBA SW load identification, replication status, call status, etc. YesNo Recovery partition in the SBA processing complex allows user to store an uncorrupted SBA & OS image for fallback in catastrophic crash Yes, "one click" recovery option No Network access available during SBA booting allows remote operator to load uncorrupted image in recovery partition recover from SBA catastrophic crash. YesNo, on-site re-boot onlyNo Signed roll-up patch service from gateway vendor to simplify SBA patching and reduce customer IT costs: Gateway vendor is the single source of all required patches, vs. multiple disparate sources Simplified patch management procedure, vs. complex multiple disparate patch application YesNo For Sonus Internal Use Only

7 7 SBC 2000 Competitive Positioning FeatureSonusAudioCodes SBC 2000Mediant 2000Mediant 3000Mediant 4000 Ease of Lync Deployment Integrated SBC co-existing with Microsoft® Lync™ Survivable Branch Appliance for: Protection of customer network via segregation and NAT, prevention of DOS, CAC Public/private IP network demarcation services Reduction of SIP trunking costs with multi-ITSP registration. Yes Not available as pure E-SBC with Lync™ SBA Configurations, requires MSBR configuration Not available as pure E-SBC with Lync™ SBA Configurations, requires MSBR configuration Full on-board call forking to support multiple call terminations to both SIP and TDM/analog clients and simplify Lync migration into the branch Yes, up to 8 analog/TDM/SIP call destinations per forked call Limited on-board call forking (10 SIP endpoints only) & consumes SIP licenses Programmable AD Integration to support custom AD-supported call flows. YesNo Optional AD caching to optimize network traffic & prevent lost phone calls during AD server outage. Yes No, support for intermittent failure only Lync SBAv2 compliance, Lync RBA (Resilient Branch Appliance) for Lync survivability over 3G/4G Yes, first and only vendor No Multi-forest AD support for separating out AD query for monitoring network traffic and AD query for voice traffic YesNo For Sonus Internal Use Only

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