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VoIP Supply Adds AudioCodes HTTPS Fax Adapter to Its Product Portfolio
By Ashok Bindra, TMCnet Contributor
Last week at ITEXPO (News - Alert) in Miami, Florida, leading VoIP solutions provider VoIP Supply LLC revealed a new generation of advanced fax telephone adapter, the AudioCodes Fax ATA. This new HTTPS enabled adapter is a cost-effective, advanced fax product, which allows the connection of ordinary fax machines and multi-function printers to cloud based fax service providers such as eFax and to premise-based fax servers.
According to VoIP Supply, it has been chosen as the first distributor for the AudioCodes (News - Alert) FaX ATA adapter. The supplier said that it is fully certified to sell and support the FaX ATA product.
The company said that AudioCodes Fax ATA is an enhanced HTTPS Fax enabled version of the standard MP-202B ATA. It still retains the ability to connect voice calls, provide fully real-time audio feedback on fax call connections along with E911 support. In addition, added VoIP Supply, it combines superior fax reliability, security and cutting-edge features for end users and service providers alike. The HTTPS Fax enabled MP-202B, preserves the easy and familiar experience of the fax machine so that users can get rid of dedicated phone lines to their fax machines, the supplier said.
Traditionally, said VoIP Supply, those who used eFax services could not use their existing fax machine to send faxes. They needed to scan and send paper-based documents. With this new Fax ATA device, users of these services can send directly in the traditional manner through their existing eFax account, asserted VoIP Supply.
In a statement, Benjamin P. Sayers, president and CEO of VoIP Supply, said, “VoIP Supply continues to source and offer the new and innovative products that meet the needs of businesses today. The new AudioCodes Fax ATA demonstrates that commitment.” He added, “We see more and more businesses migrating to Internet based communications. The AudioCodes Fax ATA removes a major hurdle by enabling them to send faxes using services like eFax with their legacy fax machines.”
Ashok Bindra is a veteran writer and editor with more than 25 years of editorial experience covering RF/wireless technologies, semiconductors and power electronics. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves