Eicon Networks launches Diva Server Analog Range of Telephony Adapters
MONTREAL Eicon Networks Corporation announced the launch of the new Diva Server Analog range of telephony adapter and media processing products. The new Diva Server Analog products complement Eicon's Diva Server line of telephony adapters by adding analog trunk interfaces to Eicon's digital line of products.
The new Diva Server Analog telephony adapters are available in 4-port and 8-port variants, offering standard RJ-11 interfaces to connect to public and private switching systems via analog trunk interfaces. Sharing the system architecture that is common to all Diva Server adapters, the new Diva Server Analog products provide on-board CPU and Digital Signaling Processor (DSP) resources. Based on the latest industry standards, Diva Server Analog works in any PCI and PCI-X based server platform and demonstrates best-in-class system design, resulting in minimum power consumption and heat dissipation.
The Diva Server Analog also supports a set of programming interfaces. Whether using industry standard CAPI and TAPI, or the Diva Server API via the Software Development Kit (SDK. Up to eight Diva Server adapters of any type - Analog, ISDN BRI, ISDN PRI, or T1/E1 - can be installed and operate concurrently in a single PC or server.
As a communications platform, Diva Server Analog supports a broad variety of fax and unified messaging applications with up to 33.6 kbps fax speed, remote access, as well as for Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) solutions including voice mail, contact center, conferencing and speech-enabled IVR applications.
With the Diva Server V-Series Eicon Networks has established a range of products focusing on voice, speech and conferencing applications. Offering a feature set tailored to the needs of this target market, Diva Server Analog V-Series products offer a superior price-to-performance ratio. The following product variants are available in this range:
All Diva Server Analog products will be commercially available in October 2004.