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VoIPBOX BRI Voice over IP Gateway
|The VoIPBOX BRI is a full-featured, superior quality VoIP gateway which seamlessly integrates into your customer's telecom environment without any change to existing equipment footprint. The VoIPBOX BRI is the ideal solution for small and medium-sized enterprises looking to make the transition to alternative, sustainable cost-effective telecom infrastructures. The VoIPBOX BRI can be configured with one or two BRIs as Terminal Endpoints (TE) and up to four BRIs as Network Termination (NT) devices. This means that one single device can provide eight VoIP channels.|
Connect your IP-PBX to TDM or your TDM-PBX to IP and enjoy the benefits of VoIP.
Cost Effective Migration to VoIP
Invest in the outstanding value and maintain your current PBX
infrastructure. The VoIPBOX BRI includes a complete features suite without
requiring add-ons or upgrades.
In minutes, install the VoIPBOX BRI and make your first phone calls.
Just connect the cables and the power and physical installation is
complete. Then, use the VoIPBOX BRI's Quickstart tool or the integrated
Web-based GUI to complete initial configuration.
Save money on every phone call. VoIPBOX BRI's LCR (Least Cost Routing) features automatically identify the least expensive route to each destination, whether that is over a standard fixed-line network or over the Internet. Plus, VoIPBOX BRI's IntraStar technology provides transparent fallback to the PSTN if there is packet loss or a bottleneck on the IP network.Remote Survivability
Protect your ability to make phone calls. If your office is disconnected from its VoIP network server, VoIPBOX BRI can route both interoffice calls and PSTN calls. IP phones continue to function thereby sustaining your productivity.Guaranteed Voice Quality
Ensure superior voice quality. In addition to all the standard VoIP features – like echo cancellation and silence suppression – VoIPBOX BRI's premium feature set includes the best available DSPs, traffic shaping, and multi-level fallback. Voice speech compression codecs reduce bandwidth need and RTP multiplexing enables even further bandwidth reduction.
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Due to rapid growth and innovation in next generation network
communications, many enterprises have found themselves stranded with an
ISDN PBX which has not depreciated in value significantly enough to
justify its replacement. The installation and implementation costs of an
ISDN PBX represent a substantial investment, so it is no surprise that
many CFOs balk at the prospect of having to ditch their existing system
for an upgrade.
Extend your TDM-PBX with the power of VoIP
Suitable for home workers and employees who are on the road, the VoIPBOX BRI can be connected to your enterprise’s PBX via ISDN enabling you to receive external VoIP calls and also to establish calls via your own PBX where IP connectivity is available. What this means to your home workers/mobile employees is that they can use their internet enabled devices to dial-in directly to your PBX, where calls are then converted into TDM format and can be received normally on extension phones. This results in enormous savings in calls, both domestic and international.
In this scenario, the necessity of routing calls via ISDN can be negated if your service provider is equipped with a softswitch. IP access can also be leveraged for Voice and doesn’t require a second point of access (contract) for ISDN lines, resulting in cost savings and the potential for a single contract with one carrier. In addition, with SIP Trunking, the full range of TELES VoIPBOX BRI features can be utilized in the same way as the scenarios described above.
Optimize your telephony costs
Within a multi-site PBX branch network, where PBX systems within your enterprise are separated physically or geographically, the VoIPBOX BRI can utilize its Least Cost Routing (LCR) functionality to route calls via the internet to separate branch PBXs directly, eliminating the necessity to route calls via carriers and enabling free calls via VoIP as well as local break out calls.