VoIP technology provider Quintum Technologies announced today it introduced the Tenor BX Series MultiPath Switch. The company described the Tenor BX as a complete VoIP switching system for enterprises with ISDN Basic Rate Interface lines. Quintum explains that with the Tenor BX in place, enterprises will now benefit from a variety of valuable applications such as PBX extension, remote office connectivity, long distance consolidation and call centers. The BX is built on Quintums Tenor VoIP MultiPath switching platform.
The Tenor BX can support 2, 4, or 8 BRI S/T lines, and a good VoIP CPE access option for service providers that are deploying services to customers that have PBXs that support ISDN BRI trunks.
Eatontown, NJ-based Quintum said the series increases the breadth of the Tenor product line allowing support of ISDN BRI installations. The company is sure that the addition of BRI provides the opportunity for both enterprises and service providers to deploy the Tenor VoIP access solution to a variety of offices that support analog, T1, E1, PRI and BRI interfaces.
"We have had a lot of demand for the ability to extend Tenor based network to locations that support BRI," said Chuck Rutledge, vice president of Quintum Technologies. "With the addition of the Tenor BX product, Quintum further expands it ability to support a wide variety of PSTN connections, and it has all the advantages of the Tenor product line, most importantly, the ease of installation, and transparent deployment."
"It is difficult to find any VoIP solution that supports ISDN BRI and the Tenor BX was the perfect solution for our customers needing VoIP deployment", said Josef Bressner, president of Communiports AG. "We are able to support VoIP off of an existing ISDN BRI based PBX without any modification to the existing network, it deployed transparently."
The Tenor BX is currently available starting at $1600.
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