How SBO Multipath V.4 reduces bandwidth consumption?

SBO Multipath V.4 like it’s ancestors reduces 80% bandwidth consumption by using its proprietary encryption and compression technology. Surprisingly, there is no negative impact on the voice quality with this optimization.

Every VoIP call has generally two parts – voice data (payload, which is already compressed with codec) and protocol headers (i.e. SIP, RTP). The voice data part is already compressed with codec. If it is more compressed, it loses quality to a significant extent. The overall performance also degrades. But SBO Multipath V.4 like it’s ancestors does not interfere with voice data; to ensure superior voice quality which is provided by the codec itself. It does not use SIP or RTP protocol, rather it uses its proprietary SBO protocol. The SBO protocol works with minimum overhead. The bandwidth used by the SBO protocol is very low compared to SIP & RTP. SIP and RTP use a lot of bandwidth compared to the voice data they transfer. SBO Multipath V.4 does this without degrading the voice quality because it does not touch the media part/voice data at all. Thus bandwidth consumption reduces.

Another feature of the SBO protocol is to support multiplexing. When the number of calls increases, bandwidth usage goes further down. This is vital for high scale termination businesses. This is how bandwidth consumption reduces further.


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