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aztech V300ATA Voip adapter, 1x voiceport, 1x Pots,Router...

Dieses Thema im Forum "Andere VoIP-Hardware" wurde erstellt von ganjamen, 3 Aug. 2004.

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    leider noch nicht soo viele infos.

    soll ab quartal 04/2004 in deutschland erhältlich sein

    VoIP Analog Telephone Adaptor
    AZTECH V300ATA VoIP Analog Telephone Adaptor

    The V300ATA VoIP Analog Telephone Adaptor (ATA) products are standards-based communication devices that deliver true, next-generation voice-over-IP (VoIP) terminations to residences worldwide. The V300ATA series are mixed-environment adaptors that interface legacy analog telephones, fax machines, analog conference telephones and other analog devices to IP based telephony networks thereby allowing users and ISPs to protect prior investments in analog phones, fax machines, and speakerphones, and migrate to IP at their own pace. These products address the needs of small-office environments, and the emerging VoIP voice services whereby ISPs value add their ADSL or Cable Modem offering with VoIP services by turning their analog devices into IP devices.

    The V300ATA is installed at the subscriber's premises and supports one voice ports with a POTS bypass for using the existing POTS primary line. The V300ATA supports 2 10/100BaseT Ethernet ports. This adaptor can make use of existing broadband pipes such as digital subscriber line (DSL), fixed wireless and cable modem deployments. In addition, the V300ATA has an internal Ethernet switch which allows for a direct connection to another 10/100BASE-T Ethernet network via an RJ-45 interface, with single LAN connectivity for both the V300ATA and a co-located PC or other Ethernet-based device.

    By turning any analog telephone into an IP telephone, the V300ATAs addresses the needs of the emerging market of "second-line" residential voice-over-IP (VoIP) services. Broadband service providers can now deploy voice services quickly to grow revenues and facilitate the development of new services.