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analog telephony

The electronic transmission method used for carrying voice in the original telephone system. Analog telephony is still used in the last mile from the central office (CO) to the home or office. See POTS and analog.
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AudioCodes MediaPack 20x series analog telephony adaptors (ATAs) enable DOTVOX's customers to hook up legacy telephony equipment (such as PBXs, phones and faxes) to the hosted UC service simply and reliably.
The department wishes to conduct this consultation in order to select the best supplier for its fixed analog telephony needs: connection and traffic of the sites and lines connected in analog interface (detailed perimeter below) the main objective is to optimize the costs of these services while maintaining a quality of service similar or superior to that currently provided.
The MediaPack 1288 helps reduce capital expenditure by enabling customers to benefit from the enhanced features of hosted PBX systems while retaining their existing analog telephony infrastructure.
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The compact physical form factor, the high-quality SIP gateway software, and the fact that now both digital and analog telephony interfaces are supported make NetBorder Express Gateway 2.
The contract relates authority needs for functionality and services related to: Telephony Switch with the operator, reference features, mobile phones, IP phones, phones for analog telephony and related accessories, fixed and mobile operator services including mobile data and mobile broadband and optional telephony solution to DO advisory function.
According to the company, the partnership includes analog telephony cards (4-, 8- and 24-part analog cards) and digital telephony cards (single-, dual- and quad-span T1/E1 cards and ISDN BRI cards).
In evaluating vendors of digital and analog telephony cards for Asterisk-based solutions, Digium was an obvious choice," said Abdul Kasim, vice president, global business development and marketing, Critical Links.