VoIP player Quintum Technologies said its Tenor line of VoIP switches and gateways will provide interoperability with Microsoft (News - Alert) Office Communications Server 2007.
The New Jersey- based company will offer a hybrid gateway that will provide a single box solution with an integrated Tenor gateway and Microsoft Mediation server, simplifying the interface with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.
The Tenor line offers customers the ability to integrate legacy and IP-based PBXs, analog endpoints, fax, modems and provides connectivity to the Public Switched Telephone network (PSTN).
Chuck Rutledge (News - Alert), vice president of Marketing at Quintum Technologies, said the solution is designed to “easily integrate” an enterprise’s existing voice and data network with Office Communications Server 2007 with “minimal effort and business downtime, which makes Quintum (News - Alert) the perfect fit for any enterprise looking to implement a unified communications solution.”
“We are very excited to have our line of Tenor gateways included in the upcoming launch of Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007,” said Rutledge.
Quintum, a Certified Partner in the Microsoft Partner Program, has customized configuration wizard for deploying Tenor with Office Communications Server 2007, as well as a dedicated support staff for 7x24 support to Microsoft customers, accordign to Rutledge.
The company has worked to assure that the Tenor products and the Office Communications Server 2007 software platform work easily and seamlessly together, said Rutledge.
In addition, Quintum Tenors embedded Unified Communications (News - Alert) Proxy (UC Proxy). The UC Proxy enables the Tenor gateway to provide “Any to Any” connectivity of standard SIP and legacy telephony equipment to the unified communications cloud, according ot the company.
Tenor’s UC Proxy also offers the ability to deploy multiple gateways off of a Mediation Server, and support connectivity to branch office gateways, including Tenor Survivable Branch Office gateways that provide back up for standard SIP networks.
Tenors are unique in their capabilities to integrate Office Communications Server 2007 with legacy analog equipment and traditional PBXs and IP PBXs, while supporting multiple gateways and branch offices off of a mediation server. They also assure emergency service connectivity for analog and IP telephony devices, as well as fax-over-IP and modem-over-IP functionality.
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