The SmartNode 200 Analog Telephone
Adapter and VOIP Gateway series offers combinations of one to four analog telephonyports, allowing the connection of analog phones, facsimile machines, intercoms and other older equipment toSIP trunk, unified communications (UC) and hosted all-IP telephony services, the company announced in a news release.
The HT813 offers one FXS port for integration of analog telephones
and fax machines with VoIP services, one FXO port for call termination and interfacing with traditional PSTN networks, and an integrated NAT router, the company said.
Unlike analog telephone
service, which requires that customers add more than one line to make multiple calls at a single time, VoIP allows for more than one call on a broadband connection.
Using personnel from its reserve unit, ASO developed a workable alternative communications system for logistics data by creating a concept that utilized conventional analog telephone
circuits, with data modems added at each end.
- Cost savings with Least Cost Routing (LCR) - For calls between landline and GSM or between different GSM networks, which can be very expensive, the FreePBX dial plan can be configured with a prefix that, when dialed, will route calls placed from a SIP or analog telephone
over a GSM trunk.
The SmartNode 4400 preserves investments in analog telephone
equipment for enterprises and call centers in the ISDN world by connecting legacy PBX and phone equipment to a VoIP network.
More functional and interoperable than analog telephone
adapters, VoIP adapters pass VoIP features through to the handset, while enhanced features requiring a larger screen are accessed through a Web browser.
The SPH-200 connects to any existing analog telephone
jack and a 110vac outlet for a plug-in power supply.
-Employing IP hardphones, analog telephone
adapters, and softphones
The new offering integrates a VoIP analog telephone
adapter (ATA) and a wireless gateway in a single device, packaged with an AC adapter and RJ-11, RJ-45 and USB cables.
Viseon's mission is to work with carriers to enhance the consumer telephone experience by positioning VoIP as a premium service versus Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS), and ultimately replacing the analog telephone
by bringing digital telephony quality to the broader public.
The Multi-Service Processor[R] (MSP) family, including the MSP2015, MSP2020, MSP400 and MSP5000 devices, adds PSTN quality Voice-over-IP capabilities to residential and SOHO broadband gateways, analog telephone
adapters (ATA) and small enterprise class IP based PBXs.