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June 30, 2006

Quintum Redesigns Call Routing Server

Stefania Viscusi, TMCnet Assistant Editor

In a bid to increase cost efficiency and expand application support for their call routing server, Quintum Technologies announced recently the availability of their newly redesigned Tenor Call Routing Server, the Tenor VoIP Call Routing Server II (CRSII).
The Tenor VoIP Call Routing Server II (CRSII) now provides smaller applications with the ability to cost effectively manage the routing of VoIP calls across their network, in real-time—for increased voice quality and improved network efficiency.
The new design, which includes added control in routing capabilities such as real-time routing based on QoS, source-based, domain priority, load balancing and best pattern match, offers CLECs, ISPs and next-generation service providers with network assurance and cost justification.
Better management of routing is provided via new reporting capabilities including stats on all network data, email alerts for network failures or other operational conditions and control of network resource access.
An additional benefit provided by the new design was noted in a recent news release, "Each CCRSII offers a scalable centralized network routing management, allowing for multiple CRSIIs to be deployed within a voice network" and "each can support up to 72K Busy Call Hour Attempts (BHCA)."
For more information please visit: www.quintum.com
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