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Aculab Launches ApplianX

MILTON KEYNES, UK - Aculab launched ApplianX, a range of products designed for network infrastructure roles in the converged networks of enterprises and service providers.
Posted Mar 20, 2007
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MILTON KEYNES, UK - Aculab launched ApplianX, a range of products designed for network infrastructure roles in the converged networks of enterprises and service providers.

ApplianX will include a range of voice and video IP gateways, SIP trunking gateways, media servers and related equipment.  The portfolio of products will be available in both enterprise class and carrier class presentations of configurations, with capacities of up to four trunks in a 1U server and 80 trunks in a cPCI, carrier class chassis.

ApplianX products share a number of common features.  This includes the 19" rack-mount presentation.  Configuration and administration is facilitated by the use of an integrated HTML Web server for remote configuration and monitoring, plus support for SNMP, RADIUS, CDRs, and event logging.  

The first two products available are the ApplianX IP Gateway and ApplianX VoiceXML Media Server.  The ApplianX IP Gateway comes with one, two, or four E1 or T1 trunks supporting a wide variety of E1 and T1 protocols and approvals, plus PBX integration protocols DPNSS and Q.SIG.  The ApplianX VoiceXML Media Server is a standards-based media service platform for service center and enterprise installation that is able to attach to either TDM or IP (SIP) networks and execute applications written to VXML 2.0 and CCXML 1.0.

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