Let’s connect – it’s software!
Zoom Bring Your Own Carrier (BYOC) allows you to connect to Zoom cloud using nothing more than a SIP trunk and an SBC. For customers who have to manage the infrastructure like an existing PBX or Voice Services on-premises this will be their optimal choice.
Our product anynode is a Session Border Controller that is entirely a software-based solution. It works as an interface for any number of SIP UAs i.e.; SIP phones, SIP PBXs, and also SIP providers. It converts port and directory information, provides security, routes session traffic, and manipulation of call numbers.
Let’s connect to Zoom cloud using nothing more than a SIP Trunk and an SBC.
With Zoom BYOC (Bring Your own Carrier) and anynode you are able to connect to almost any telephony trunk or interconnect with third-party PBX equipment.
anynode can be collocated on existing hardware investments like your datacenter. Look for anynode on Azure Marketplace if you prefer the cloud deployment.
The anynode configuration wizard makes the installation a piece of cake. Just a few steps to connect your SIP provider with zoom Phone.
Ready for dispatch and only a second away: Installation files are available for download in our community and licenses will be delivered within minutes by e-mail. Get started right away!
anynode is officially certified by Zoom Phone, which gives our customers the benefit of worldwide Zoom support.
In general, with Zoom Phone and anynode, you can connect to almost any telephony trunk or interconnect with third-party PBX—the most suitable and uncomplicated, easy-to-use solution for you and your networks that works.
Lead the Way
As a pure software-based solution anynode SBC is always on the cutting edge of technology.
We are constantly working on improvements and new features. Check out some highlights of our latest features.
The benefits of Zoom BYOC
With Zoom BYOC, you can connect anynode to almost any telephony trunk or interconnect with third-party PBX equipment.
You will find a detailed description how to plan and configure Zoom BYOC on this page.
A list of supported PBXs is available here: anynode Interoperability List
This list includes all major PBX vendors like Cisco, Avaya, Unify or Mitel and is updated every month.
Keep your phone numbers and plans without changing your provider. Porting your phone number to a new provider can end up in a crisis.
It could be collocated on existing hardware investments like your datacenter.
The latest release of anynode and documentation is available in our “community” area of the web site: https://community.te-systems.de; a free registration is required. The community also provides access to comprehensive documentation to configure anynode with the various PBXs available.