Microtel announces RAD VMUX voice trunking gateway.
UK communications solutions provider Microtel has announced the availability of the RAD VMUX voice trunking gateway from RAD data communications, an Israel-based access products manufacturer.
According to the company, the VMUX compresses up to 16 full E1/T1 circuits over a single E1/T1, serial or packet-based IP uplink, so that 30 voice channels require less than 256kb/s of bandwidth. The product reportedly uses RAD's TDMoIP technology to emulate voice circuits over IP, MPLS or Ethernet networks, eliminating the need for E1/T1 voice connections between locations. The VMUX provides transparent support for any standard or proprietary signalling protocol, including SS7, ISDN PR1, Q.Sig, and DPNSS.
The VMUX features the TDMoIP framing and aggregation technique that delivers superior bandwidth-efficiency, down to 4kb/s per channel and supports voice activity detection (VAD), silence suppression and comfort noise generation (CNG), the company claims.
No pricing details were disclosed.
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|Date:||Feb 20, 2006|
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