Quintum Technologies, a leading innovator in VoIP technology, announced that their next generation of Tenor MultiPath Switch products has won
Internet Telephony Magazine Product of the Year Award for 2004, being cited for innovation and ease of use.
In 2004 Quintum introduced its new generation of Tenor VoIP Switches. The Tenor product line now supports both H.323 and SIP, and is available in both MultiPath Switch and gateway configurations. Their unique MultiPath architecture allows them to be installed seamlessly in line with the existing voice switching and IP routing infrastructure both on customer premises and at service provider POPs requiring no changes to the PBX or by the users. It also supports Patented SelectNet? Technology monitors calls for jitter, packet loss and latency, and automatically and transparently changes network connections mid-call whenever conditions demand. The gateway configuration offers the quality of reliability of Tenor products in a more cost effective form for those not requiring the intelligence of a MultiPath switch. This new generation of the Tenor product line is also supported by a new easy to use configuration tool and Tenor Monitor that provides real time monitoring of alarms, call events, and call detail records.
Tenors have continued to distinguish themselves in the industry by providing a high level of voice quality, reliability and rich feature set for VoIP deployment,? said Charles Rutledge, Vice President of Marketing for Quintum. ?The new generation, which consists of the Tenor AX, AS, DX and BX, has enhanced the feature set of the original Tenors so they offer even greater scalability and ease-of-management.
Each year INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine bestows its Product of the Year awards on companies that have demonstrated excellence in technological advancement and application refinements. Quintum has demonstrated to the editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY that its products or services are committed to quality and innovation while addressing the real needs in the marketplace, said Rich Tehrani, Group Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of INTERNET TELEPHONY.