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[October 26, 2005]

IT EXPO News: Quintum Intros 48-Port Analog VoIP Gateway

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VoIP technology provider Quintum Technologies will soon be announcing a brand new line extension to their Tenor AX MultiPath Switches. The AXT 4800 is Quintum's newest Tenor. It offers 48 FXO connections to support VoIP applications requiring large numbers of analog telephone network connections, such as call centers and service provider termination services in geographies where analog trunks are common.

Quintum is one of the Internet Telephony Conference & EXPO gold sponsors and will be exhibiting its product suite at the show. The Tenor AXT 4800 will join the company's existing Tenor AX VoIP MultiPath Switch and Gateway products, which are available in 8, 16 and 24-port models.

"Many of our customers have requested increased scalability, and an improved management interface," said Chuck Rutledge, vice president of marketing for Eatontown, NJ-based Quintum Technologies. "The Tenor AXT 4800 allows service providers and call centers to now easily support the VoIP in high density analog VoIP environments."

Quintum's Tenor VoIP MultiPath Switches and Gateways can be used by service providers deploying VoIP-based services directly to enterprises requiring customer premise equipment at the edge in traditional, IP-PBX and hybrid enterprise environments.

The product will be generally available November 1 at a list price of $6,500.00

Quintum made news yesterday when it announced that its Tenor line of MultiPath Switches and Gateways had successfully completed interoperability testing with BroadSofts BroadWorks VoIP application platform.

The BroadWorks VoIP application platform enables a host of applications, including Hosted IP PBX, mobile PBX, residential broadband, and business trunking to fixed and mobile service providers. The Quintum Tenor provides intelligent VoIP connectivity for analog and digital voice systems as well as the PSTN.

"The BroadSoft BroadWorks VoIP application platform has a strong following in the industry, and we are very excited to support BroadSoft applications with our Tenor VoIP switches and gateways," said Rutledge yesterday. "BroadWorks users will now be able to take advantage of Quintums unique VoIP products as VoIP access CPE for their business customers."

If you are at the Internet Telephony Conference & EXPO taking place in the Los Angeles Convention Center in California this week, don't forget to stop by booth # 417 and meet the guys from Quintum Technologies and see live demos of their products!

Quintum Technologies, Inc.


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