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June 02, 2006

Quintum Intros Tenor VoIP Call Routing Server II

Michelle Amodio, TMCnet Associate Editor

Quintum Technologies has redesigned their Tenor Call Routing Server with cost and smaller applications in mind.

During GlobalComm (News - Alert), Quintum is announcing the Tenor Call Routing Server II (CRSII) which gives CLECs, ISPs and next-generation service providers intelligent and scalable management capabilities to administer their routing of calls across their VoIP networks.

The CRSII offers the ability to route calls in real time built on QoS-based routing that automatically routes calls around any portions of the network that are not supporting acceptable QoS characteristics, source-based routing, route quality, best pattern match, circuit routing, domain priority, and load balancing.

The CRSII also controls access to the voice network by disallowing endpoints, providing control over unauthorized access to your network resources.

Quintum officials noted that the CRSII is a valuable tool for service providers looking to improve real time call management control. “Quintum’s new Call Routing Server II provides these same benefits to smaller applications at a very attractive price point,” said Charles Rutledge, VP of marketing at Quintum in a statement.

For more information on Quintum and the CRSII, visit www.quintum.com.


Michelle Pasquerello is Associate Editor for TMCnet’s Online Channels. To see more of her articles, please visit Michelle Pasquerello’s columnist page.


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