With rapid growth of Internet and telecommunication technology in past few years, voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) is one of the most prominent telecommunication services that have garnered the attention of consumers around the world because of its low cost and high flexibility.
Media5 Corporation (News - Alert), a provider of IP-based multimedia communications solutions has released the Mediatrix C7 Series of multi-function VoIP devices.
Mediatrix C7 Series includes Analog Adapter, Gateway (News - Alert) and QoS control in a secure and powerful platform. It is developed for companies with branch and remote offices seeking to implement a cost-effective VoIP solution that is reliable, secure, and delivers the best possible voice quality.
The Mediatrix C7 Series VoIP adaptors are high-quality, cost efficient VoIP gateways that support a wide variety of applications requiring connectivity between analog devices and trunk lines from the local carrier with IP networks.
Andres Torres, Product Line Manager for Mediatrix products said in statement, “The new Mediatrix C7 Series sets a new standard for quality at an affordable price. It is designed to be easy to install, easy to maintain, and deliver rock-solid reliability. It is perfect for small and medium-sized enterprises.”
The C7 Series can link any standard FXS/FXO connection to the IP network to offer a VoIP solution with the clarity of toll-quality voice. The signal quality of the VoIP system depends on networking conditions, coding processes, speech content.
The solution also provides security features such as TLS, SRTP, certificates management, and HTTPS designed to bring enhanced security for network management.
Eric Todd, Chief Technology Officer at NETXUSA (News - Alert), a premier distributor of advanced VoIP solutions, “Media5 has always provided best-in-class and feature-rich VoIP solutions. The Mediatrix C7 Series is the latest example. Our partners and customers will appreciate the quality and value that the Mediatrix C7 delivers.”
Edited by Ashley Caputo