The combo is aimed at providing converged voice and data services for SMBs and enterprises.
Covad’s integrated access is an all-in-one phone and Internet service designed for businesses with up to 35 employees per location. The service is delivered over a voice-optimized T1 line and utilizes SIP trunking to support a wide range of IP digital and analog PBXs.
“Covad and ADTRAN have successfully tested the NetVanta 7100 and found it to work well with Covad’s integrated access service,” said Jake Heinz, vice president and general manager, Covad VoIP. “This combination offers SMBs and enterprise customers an affordable, all-in-one phone and Internet service delivered over a high-performance, feature-rich platform.”
In addition to a full-featured IP PBX, the NetVanta 7100 provides a multi-service access router, gateway, wireless access point controller, VPN and security features, and voice quality monitoring capabilities, along with a 24-port Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch.