TollBridge Technologies Enables Clear Communications At NGN 2000; TollBridge and Carrier Partner to Demonstrate Voice-over-Broadband Solution at Conference.
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 30, 2000
TollBridge Technologies, the leading developer of high-quality voice-over-broadband solutions for a new generation of carriers, will be exhibiting and sponsoring a free phone bank for broadband voice calls at this year's NGN 2000 show, Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, in Washington, D.C. Visitors to TollBridge booth No. 212 can utilize the TollBridge-supplied bank of telephones to call anywhere in the United States using the TollVoice(TM) System. The calls will be made over GR 303 circuits supplied by BTI Communications. The system demonstrated at the show includes the following TollBridge products:
-- TB50, Integrated Access Device (IAD) that converts voice samples from multiple calls into packets and prioritizes voice and data traffic for transmission over any broadband access network -- TB55 IAD, similar to TB50 w/a build-in, integrated SDSL modem. -- TB200, a carrier-grade Local Exchange Gateway that translates packets back into voice and connects to Class 5 switches using the Bellcore GR-303 protocol and new emerging protocols such as SIP and MGCP; -- TollView(TM) Management Suite, including the graphical Element Management System (EMS) for end-to-end configuration, troubleshooting and performance management of up to 100 TB200 systems from HP OpenView(TM) on SUN Solaris(TM) platforms.
WHERE & WHEN:
Renaissance Hotel, Washington DC
Booth no. 212
The TollVoice enabled bank of telephones will be located in the
Founded in March 1998 and located in Santa Clara, Calif., TollBridge Technologies -- selected in May as one of UPSIDE's Top 100 Private Companies -- is the leading provider of high-quality voice-over-broadband solutions to the new generation of carriers. Synergy Research has named TollBridge the market share leader for five consecutive quarters. TollBridge's solutions change the economics of delivering voice services to small-business customers by allowing carriers that own Class 5 switches to use broadband access technologies, such as DSL, cable and wireless, to use alternative technologies in the local loop and deliver toll-quality voice and integrated data services.
TollBridge and TollVoice are trademarks of TollBridge Technologies, Inc.