A more intelligent way to implement
Analog line and trunk interfaces
Integrated H.323 gateway and gatekeeper
Up to 8 simultaneous VoIP calls
IVR/RADIUS AAA compliant
The Quintum Tenor gives businesses with
analog voice infrastructures an easy, cost-effective
way to capitalize on the power of Voice over IP (VoIP).
With its MultiPath architecture, the
Tenor connects to the data network through a 10/100
Ethernet interface, the voice network through either
PBX or phone, and the public switched telephone network.
From this position, the Tenor employs its patent-pending
SelectNet technology to monitor calls for jitter,
packet loss, and latency, and can transparently switch
mid-call to the voice network whenever conditions
With this unique switching intelligence,
the Tenor makes VoIP both easy and risk-free.
means greater flexibility.
With its MultiPath Call Routing, the Tenor can intelligently
route calls between the PBX, the PSTN, and the IP
network, to achieve the best combination of cost and
quality. The Tenor can also route calls over IP to
reduce costs, and then transparently "hop off"
to the PSTN, to reach off-net locations. No other
solution can match this flexibility.
means easier installation.
With its MultiPath architecture, the Tenor is the
only VoIP solution that can be installed without upgrades
to the existing voice or data networks.
means greater reliability.
The Tenor is designed to pass calls through to the
existing voice network in the event of system malfunctioneven
a total power failure.
means less network congestion.
With its PacketSaver technology, the Tenor reduces
bandwidth consumption up to 50%, by combining voice
packets from several calls into a single packet to
minimize packet overhead.
intelligence means greater security.
The Tenor VoIP MultiPath Switch also features a unique
technology that allows it to operate behind NATenabled
firewalls. The innovative NATAccess solution
overcomes the problem of NAT firewalls not correctly
translating internal IP addresses into public addresses
when a VoIP call is established with an outside party.
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