WebRTC, Voice Elements


Inventive Labs Adds WebRTC to Border Elements

Greenwood Village, CO, June 11th, 2013 — Inventive Labs announced today the addition of WebRTC support for their software-based Session Border Controller (SBC), called Border Elements. In addition to performing typical SBC functions, Border Elements can now act as a bridge between WebRTC and the existing SIP world. Enterprises and Service Providers who use Border Elements can leverage their existing SIP assets and still enjoy the benefits of WebRTC-enabled devices.

“We have used Inventive Labs’ Border Elements reliably since 2010 — and now with support for WebRTC we can truly expand our business possibilities. Border Elements exceeds the power and flexibility seen in comparable SBC products, yet affordably,” commented Rick McFarland, Voice4Net President.

In addition to connecting WebRTC to SIP, Border Elements transcodes SRTP to RTP and to G.711 and G.729, and provides support for Presence and standard SBC security. Border Elements also includes an admin web interface.

“Entering the SBC WebRTC market was the logical next step for us,” said Inventive Labs President Ron Tanner. “We already had the powerful framework of our Border Elements software and knew this could enable businesses to realize a number of apps such as Call Center Toll Bypass, Virtual PBX and more.”

Border Elements runs as a Windows Service and accesses a SQL Server database for making call routing decisions. For pricing and a free demonstration contact Inventive Labs directly at www.VoiceElements.com.

About Inventive Labs

Border Elements is the latest offering from Inventive Labs, adding to a cache of proven Windows-based voice solutions, a .NET voice application development platform, and cloud-based IVR services. Inventive Labs launched its first telephony toolkit in 1999 and is headquartered in Denver, CO.