Sangoma Announces Launch of STM1-Mux Multiplexer
September 04, 2012
Sangoma Technologies (News - Alert) Corporation recently announced the launch of the STM1-Mux multiplexer, the tenth product released by the company in 2012.
The Sangoma STM1-Mux has been designed as a standalone appliance which eliminates fiber network uplinks, allowing users to benefit from substantial reductions in cost. Instead, the user is provided with a simple and cost-effective appliance which effectively extracts T1 or E1 spans of on-premises networking equipment.
"Sangoma is keenly focused on innovation and growth, and as a result of the change in strategic vision implemented by chief executive officer Bill Wignall, we are on track to bring more than a dozen new products to market this calendar year,” said Frederic Dickey, director of product management for Sangoma. “Moving upward from previously sporadic new product introductions, to our current pace, enables us to leverage our engineering and technology expertise to nimbly respond to market needs in a time when technology and customer demands are constantly on the move.”
Developed as a part of the company's extensive portfolio of telecommunications solutions, the STM1-Mux multiplexer meets OC-3 and STM-1 networking standards while offering up to 84 T1 spans or 63 E1 spans with the additional capability to connect 2,016 simultaneous calls.
Working with other Sangoma solutions that support SS7 and SIP signalling and multiple transmissions standards, the STM1-Mux provides a complete platform capable of supporting multiple business applications.
Furthermore, the STM1-Mux offers direct cable connection support along with the Sangoma A116 thereby mitigating cross-connect wiring for different groups of 16 E1/T1 spans eliminated in high-density deployments.
Sangoma offers customers a comprehensive suite of solutions capable of supporting the interworking of an extensive range of disparate TDM and IP networks, clouds, protocols, services, devices and applications.
These solutions provide simple integration with open source and closed source IP PBX (News - Alert) applications, contact centers and unified communications systems, as well as service provider networks.
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Edited by Braden Becker