Quintum this week at the Internet Telephony Conference & Expo is debuting two new products.
The VoIP gateway maker yesterday introduced Tenor AF, which can be deployed in a branch office. It comes with eight analog or trunk interfaces in a gateway or termination configurations. The device is smaller than the companys Tenor AS, but it provides twice as much capacity. It also includes Quintums newest configuration and management tools and can be remotely managed behind NAT firewalls, with the new Remote Management Session Server.
The Tenor AF gateway configuration lists for $1,000 and the termination configuration lists for $1,240.
The Remote Management Session Server, meanwhile, is intended to simplify the installation, configuration, management and upgrades of Tenors in remote locations. Quintum said it will help service providers, VARs, network administrators and integrators who need to manage remote Tenors in multiple network environments. The product starts at a list price of $4,750 for 100 Tenor registrations.
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January 22 2019 @ 22:01:08 UTC