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November 17, 2008

NET Quintum's Tenor DXi VoIP Gateway Card Integrated with Intel-Based Application Platform

By Tim Gray, TMCnet Web Editor


NET Quintum's has showcased its Tenor DXi card with a Converged Application Platform based on the Intel Celeron M Processor 370 operating at 1.5 GHz.
NET Quintum, a wholly owned subsidiary of Network Equipment Technologies (News - Alert), developed the solution to operate independently of the application processor, allowing all of the processor resources to be dedicated to the application. Taking such an approach helps to improve both efficiency and reliability, which are key indicators when making a platform selection, according to the company.

 
The New Jersey-based company developed a comprehensive line of intelligent Quintum Tenor VoIP access switching and gateway solutions that provide a robust gateway solution for Microsoft (News - Alert) OCS environments that includes ‘Any to Any’ switching, built-in SIP proxy services support for analog devices, and remote-office survivability.
 
This platform is based on the Intel Celeron M Processor 370 operating at 1.5 GHz.
 
"As more companies are focused on developing communications-based software applications, they are looking for powerful, yet cost-effective platforms to deliver their solutions," said Chuck Rutledge, vice president of Marketing for NET. "The combination of the Converged Application Platform and the Tenor DXi VoIP card provides a powerful convergence appliance."
 
The Tenor DXi operates independently of the application processor, allowing all of the processor resources to be dedicated to the application, thus improving both efficiency and reliability.
 
"Intel's Celeron-based platform enables third-party application development, integration and delivery," said Bill Tiso (News - Alert), director and principal engineer for Market Development, Embedded and Communications Group, Intel Corporation.
 
The Tenor DXi Integrated VoIP Gateway (News - Alert) supports up to 2 T1/E1/PRI spans and up to 60 simultaneous VoIP calls. It is built as a full length PCI Express x1 Adapter Card and integrates all of the features and functions of the rest of the digital Tenor product line of VoIP switches and gateways.
 
"When combined with the Intel Celeron M processor, gateway solutions -- such as Quintum's Tenor DXi VoIP Gateway Card -- address SMB and distributed enterprise requirements for a number of simultaneous VoIP calls," said Tiso.

To learn more about NET Quintun's Tenor solutions keep on eye on its Unified Communications (News - Alert) community here.
 

Tim Gray is a Web Editor for TMCnet, covering news in the IP communications, call center and customer relationship management industries. To read more of Tim’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Tim Gray

 
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