TelcoBridges (News - Alert), a supplier of hardware and software for telecom resellers, system integrators, solution developers and service providers, has launched the Tmedia TMG800 and TMG3200 VoIP/Media gateways.
The NEW TMG3200 2U VoIP/Media gateway hits performance levels of between 75 and 90 completed calls per second (CCPS) for SIP-SS7 and SS7-SIP when using TelcoBridges text CDR and Routing Scripts. The NEW TMG3200 hits rates of between 165 to 230 call per second (CAPS) for SIP-SS7 and SS7-SIP.
Compared to Dialogic’s (News - Alert) latest BorderNet 2020 Integrated Multimedia Gateway that claims to achieve "call rates ranging from 36 to 52 calls per second when connecting mobile or fixed line subscribers to mobile VAS and cloud-based services,” TelcoBridges TMG hits performance levels between 70 percent to just over 100 percent greater than those of Dialogic, company officials said.
"With the convergence of services toward IP host-based platforms, our customers are requesting more and more performance from their gateway solutions,” said Carl Boulanger, CTO, TelcoBridges, in a statement. “We are certainly proud of the outstanding performance in BHCC or BHCA that our Tmedia products can achieve for the relay of every protocol, and we are dedicated to pushing our products again to new thresholds of performance in the near future.”
TelcoBridge offers gateway systems with capacity from 1 to 1024 T1/E1s, 1 to 48 DS3, or 1 to 16 OC3/STM1, regardless of the size of the business. These gateways address carriers’ needs for bridging TDM to IP, IP to TDM and IP to IP voice, data and signaling, while ensuring the highest density and highest performance for the greatest value.
“From call centers to tele-voting going through SS7 to VoIP applications, gateway performances will always be an important factor having an impact on the price and simplicity of the overall system,” Boulanger added.
Recently TelcoBridges formed partnership with Smart Network Solutions (News - Alert), an IP Solutions integrator and a value-added distributor for the United States and Latin America, to establish a secure channel of distribution for its Tmedia family of VoIP gateway products and its TB Support Services.