Rural VoIP Telephony - Market Requirements
As carriers continue to adopt VoIP, telephony access networks are converging to support both voice and data services. Many operators already deploy VoIP at the core of their network in order to transmit voice traffic over long-distances, while seeking to integrate VoIP at the access side.
A special case where VoIP is a major service enabler is in rural areas. In large countries, Telecom services in rural areas used to be dependent on cabling infrastructure. Today, satellite technologies allow carriers to provide easier coverage to rural areas, by using VoIP, to enable a single, IP-based, cost-effective satellite receiver to supply voice and data services.
Rural VoIP Telephony - AudioCodes Solution
AudioCodes Media Gateways are well positioned to provide VoIP services over rural satellite networks. AudioCodes VoIPerfect features provide the required robustness required to run over the low quality, high delay satellite links.
AudioCodes supports a comprehensive set of VoIP Access Gateways suitable for carriers needs in providing end customers with VoIP service over satellite networks. The Mediant 1000 and various MediaPack gateways support analog and digital interfaces and connect over an IP link to the core of the Service Providers’ network. They can be used to connect PBXs, telephones or fax machines for sending and receiving VoIP traffic the entire way to edge of the network. ITSPs providing Voice over Broadband (VoBB) services can find an ideal match with the MP-20x Telephone Adapter.
The AudioCodes IP Phone 300HD series meets a growing demand for High Definition VoIP solutions in end-user phones and terminals, providing high voice fidelity, advanced security and features and enhanced user interface. The IP Phone Series includes different phone models which adhere to the requirements of different types of users, and are widely interoperable with IP-PBXs, Softswitches and IP Centrex solutions.
Rural VoIP Telephony - Features
- Multiple protocol support (SIP, MGCP, H.248, H.323)
- Analog FXS and FXO, BRI, and Digital interfaces
- VoIPerfect quality
- Dynamic Jitter management
- Standard T.38 Fax support for high latency applications
- Multiple configurations
- Long haul support
- Onboard web management and EMS integration
- Programmable progress tones
- ThruPacket technology for bandwidth saving
- Remote payphones support
- TDM & SS7 tunneling
High Density Gateway
Low to mid-density VoIP gateway
Fixed Configuration Gateways
Entry Level HD IP Phone
Premium HD IP Phone
Element Management System
Carrier/Service Provider Applications – Quality, Cost-effective Solutions for Every Network
Release Date: Mar 13, 09
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Release Date: Nov 03, 08