Board supports up to 600 concurrent VoIP sessions - Embedded.com

Board supports up to 600 concurrent VoIP sessions

McFarland, Wis.—AMTELCO XDS is offering a VoIP board that is designed to function as a cost-effective H.100 and T1/E1 TDM to VoIP gateway.

The XDS H.100 PCI VoIP board allows for 96 to 600 concurrent VoIP sessions, depending on the DSP configuration.

The XDS VoIP board includes two 1-Gbit Ethernet ports, and four T1/E1 ports with PRI, ISDN 30, and Q.SIG protocols available. The board currently supports the following encoding protocols: G.711, G.723, G.729A, G.729B, G.729A/B and G.726.

The XDS VoIP board encodes/decodes, packetizes, and routes data between the T1/E1 or H.100 bus, and either of the two Ethernet ports. Common Ethernet features are supported.Software drivers are available for Microsoft Windows, XP, NT and Server, Linux, UnixWare, Solaris, Gentoo Linux 2006.0 (kernel 2.6), and Fedora Core 3 (kernel 2.6) operating systems.

Pricing: $8,400.
Availability: From stock.

AMTELCO XDS, www.xds.amtelco.com

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