[July 23, 2001]
Quicknet Upgrades Its Low Cost VoIP Gateway
Quicknet Technologies, Inc. introduced version 2.0 of its
MicroTelco Gateway voice over IP software, providing SOHOs, SMEs, and VoIP
resellers more robust features and everyday saving opportunities.
PBX-Call-Through offers businesses the
ability to connect their PBX to the Internet while making zero
change to their PBX configuration or having to retrain PBX users.
With no changes to the PBX configuration and no additional
training to users, MicroTelco Gateway is a low cost, money saving
solution in today's telecommunication market both in the U.S. and
overseas. The PBX-Call-Through feature handles voice and
fax calls by automatically Least Cost Routing all outgoing long
distance and international calls via the Internet -- selecting
the lowest rate per minute by destination. Local calls are
delivered locally and inbound calls are undisturbed.
Gateway works with any incoming analog phone line intercepts the
line before it reaches the PBX thereby saving on PBX ports and
leaving all PBX configuration and operational usage undisturbed.
MicroTelco Gateway works with any Internet connection, including
broadband and can function behind firewalls with its unique
automatic firewall configuration capability. In addition, if the
power is down all calls route via the PSTN providing automatic
backup for the highest possible reliability.
"MicroTelco Gateway 2.0 is a fantastic low cost way to build a
high quality, high reliability, 'zero change' gateway for voice
and fax calls over the Internet to save 30% to 95% on local toll
and long distance calling," said Stacey Reineccius, CEO of
Quicknet Technologies. "This product takes advantage of our high
performance, low cost, hardware offerings to provide the most
efficient and cost effective Internet telephony solution
available to businesses and providers alike."
Other new features include faxing capabilities allowing the
ability to connect fax machines to the MicroTelco Gateway POTS
ports for Internet faxing; and supporting a mix of PSTN and POTS for
the Internet LineJACK and Web-based administration capability.
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