PIKA Technologies Broadens Product Line for European Computer Telephony

OTTAWA, CANADA - PIKA Technologies Inc., a manufacturer of hardware and software subsystems for application developers, announced that it is expanding its breadth of voice interface cards for the European marketplace. PIKA Daytona MM-series analog loop start and audio logging cards now conform to telecom, safety, and EMC/EMI legal and performance characteristics as required by European Directives. Daytona MM cards are suited to a wide range of computer telephony (CT) applications requiring analog network interfaces. Daytona MM cards, available from 4 to 24 analog line circuits, are configurable to meet the developers' needs as: *Trunk; *Station; *Combination trunk and station; or *Audio logging cards. Daytona MM cards, available in PCI form factor and H.100 compliant, have switching and digital signal processing (DSP) capacity for every channel. These cards represent a scalable and cost effective single-card solution for conferencing, voice portal, audio recording, and PC-PBX applications. "Conformity to European Directives means Daytona MM cards can be connected to the European public network," said Maarten Kronenburg, Commercial Manager EMEA, PIKA Technologies. "The ultimate advantage is developers can accelerate the design of voice applications for the European market. We look forward to expanding existing relationships, as well as creating new partnerships."
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