Voice gateways: Audiocodes 500Li multi-service business router (MSBR)
Syserso Networks has been partnering with AudioCodes for many years. As a platinum partner, it can offer extensive product support in projects.
Point of contact for multi-service business routers (MSBRs) with leading core manufacturers in the VoIP environment
Customer workshops and support with product launches and marketing
Campus solutions with the MediaPack series (FXS-Konzentratoren)??
Branch network solutions with MSBR and hardware and software SBCs
One-box solution for connecting voice and data for corporate customers
Gbit data throughput for broadband in the FTTX environment
2nd level support with 3rd level backup via the manufacturer’s TAC?? for support in operating the network
The perfect one-box solution for ISDN migrations, SIP trunks, hosted PBXs, and cloud applications.
Flexible configuration means that a VoIP-ISDN gateway can be used via xDSL or Ethernet-WAN connections for ISDN migration, as well as for SIP applications with extensive SBC functionalities, including Microsoft Teams applications.?? Integration of the deeper SBC functions provides a high level of security for telephony solutions.
OEM applications such as SD-WAN, firewalls or virtual PBXs can also be operated on the voice gateway on the basis of NFV mechanisms. This means attractive added value because we can boost product solutions for corporate customercustomers.
The central Voice Operation Centre to manage voice routers and local SBCs up to the access SBC in the core network is another useful addition. From creating configuration templates and managing SBC licences to backing up and upgrading firmware, the Operation Centre software can improve overheads.
ADSL 2+/VDSL2/Super vectoring (35b)
2 x or 4 x S0 (optionally with 2 x FXS/FXO)
WiFi 802.11ac 2.46GHz or 5GHz
30 transcoding sessions
4 voice channels with 2 x BRIs and 8 with 4 x BRIs
Measured data throughput of 1Gbit<
Layer 3 routing and layer 2 bridging<
BGP, OSPF, RIP
Comprehensive SBC set of features for professional network operation for corporate customers and network providers (access SBC)
WAN redundancy due to fallback routing