Critical Links introduces edgeBOX 4.0.
Critical Links, a networking technology company, introduced on Monday (15 May) its edgeBOX 4.0 at VON Europe in Stockholm, Sweden.
According to the company, edgeBOX 4.0 is a cost-effective networking device providing converged voice and data network services for SMEs and branch offices without the need for specialist in-house IT knowledge. When deployed at the edge of a customer's network, edgeBOX enables a Managed Service Provider to remotely provision, support and maintain voice and data services such as an IP-PBX based on Asterisk, a VoIP gateway, using Digium's analogue and digital interface card, as well as security, QoS, WiFi, router and file storage, the company claims.
edgeBOX 4.0 reportedly features IVR, ACD, least cost routing, ENUM, call forwarding, call conferencing and queuing, DID, digital receptionist, incoming call routing and user management with call permissions. The PSTN gateway supports PRI and BRI for connecting digital lines and FXO/FXS for connecting analogue.
No pricing details were disclosed.
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|Date:||May 16, 2006|
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