DGI Technologies Introduces Digital Trunk Interface Card Designed for International Markets; DTI-3200 Provides Customers the Latest Technology At Reduced Cost.
RICHARDSON, TX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 5, 1999--
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DGI Drummond Group Inc. Technologies (DGI), a premier supplier of long-distance and cellular switching products, announced today the availability of the DTI-3200 Digital Trunk Interface Card for E1 networks.
Designed for international markets, the DTI-3200 allows users of Motorola(a) EMX EMX - A programming environment for OS/2 by Eberhard Mattes <email@example.com>. EMX supports programming in C, C++ and Objective C. It works with gcc, g++, gdb, libg++, .obj linkage, DLL and headers. Version 0.8g.
Europe. US. switching systems Switching systems (communications)
The assemblies of switching and control devices provided so that any station in a communications system may be connected as desired with any other station. , originally manufactured by Alcatel(a) USA (formerly DSC (1) (Digital Signal Controller) A microcontroller and DSP combined on the same chip. It adds the interrupt-driven capabilities normally associated with a microcontroller to a DSP, which typically functions as a continuous process. See microcontroller and DSP. Communications), to utilize the latest digital techniques to upgrade their systems at a significantly reduced cost.
The DTI-3200 card is based on DGI's field-proven DTI Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI)
A refinement of magnetic resonance imaging that allows the doctor to measure the flow of water and track the pathways of white matter in the brain. card technology. It offers total compatibility for use in Motorola and DSC standard E1 DTF (Digital Tape Format) A high-performance magnetic tape technology from Sony that was based on the helical scan transport and cartridge shell of Sony's highly successful 1/2" Digital Betacam. shelves and frames, as well as all DGI E1 shelves and frames. This compatibility, along with the additional benefits, allows the DTI-3200 to prolong the life of a customer's existing equipment. The DTI-3200 also significantly lowers operating costs and expenses by reducing power consumption and heat dissipation.
"We are very excited to offer an alternative to international business users of Motorola EMX switches," said Lyle Coffman, president and COO of DGI. "DGI products are designed using the most advanced technology, offering effective and competitive telecommunications solutions, that are supported by highly experienced individuals committed to exceptional service."
In addition to being pin-compatible, the DTI-3200 card provides two standard E1 interfaces with Alternate Mark Inversion (AMI) or High Density Bipolar 3 (HDB HDB Housing Development Board (Singapore government agency)
HDB Heidelberg, Germany (Airport Code)
HDB Hydrostatic Design Basis
HDB High Density Bipolar (AT&T) 3) line coding to allow use in a wide array of voice and data applications, for both wireline and wireless networks. The DTI-3200 utilizes low-voltage Electronic Programmable Logic Devices (EPLD See EEPLD. ), Digital Signal Processors (DSP (1) (Digital Signal Processor) A special-purpose CPU used for digital signal processing applications (see definition #2 below). It provides ultra-fast instruction sequences, such as shift and add, and multiply and add, which are commonly used in math-intensive ) and Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI VLSI: see integrated circuit.
(1) (Very Large Scale Integration) Between 100,000 and one million transistors on a chip. See SSI, MSI, LSI and ULSI.
(2) (VLSI Technology, Inc., Tempe, AZ, www.semiconductors. ). These technologies require fewer components resulting in more space on the card for future enhancements such as integrated echo cancellation, which will be the next feature addition. -0-
Features and benefits of the DTI-3200: -- International Telecommunications Union (ITU) standard E1 compatibility to interface with a broad range of existing equipment. -- AMI and HDB3 line coding formats to allow tailoring to additional network configurations. -- Compatible alarm and error monitoring plus switch selectable loop-back settings for diagnostic purposes. -- Reduced power consumption and heat dissipation to lower utility and operating expenses. -- Latest low-voltage EPLD technology to extend product life. -- Total compatibility to prolong equipment life and reduce life-cycle cost. -- Improved quality and reliability producing fewer outages and improved customer satisfaction. -- Lower cost plus ability to add future enhancements prolongs life and reduces cost and valuable floor space.
Availability and Cost:
The DTI-3200 is available directly from DGI or through 2nd Source Cellular, an authorized distributor of DGI's products. The DTI-3200 costs approximately $5,000 depending on purchase volume. This price is 50 percent less than what customers currently pay.
About DGI Technologies:
DGI Technologies, Inc. develops and sells new upgraded expansion products to long-distance and cellular telephone companies that utilize DEX tandem and EMX cellular switching systems originally manufactured by DSC Communications Corp. With DGI products, customers can upgrade their switching systems, saving money and significantly extending the life of their equipment. Further information is available on the World Wide Web at www.dgi-tech.com.
(a) Indicates a mark of Motorola, Inc. and Alcatel USA.