Mediatrix introduces new VoIP access devices
Briefs | 05/28/2007 5:37 pm EDT
Sherbrooke QC-based Mediatrix Telecom has introduced a new series of VoIP access devices that have the ability to connect four, eight, 16 or 24 analog phones and faxes to a broadband modem or LAN and based on a single platform. The Mediatrix 4100 allows for cost-effective VoIP deployments in medium-sized branch offices and multi-tenant applications. "Mediatrix's experience in manufacturing advanced VoIP solutions has enabled us to rollout a new family of VoIP access devices to our customers that has been optimally architected with the features, scalability and flexibility that meets a wide variety of VoIP requirements," Philippe Babin, director of product line management, said in a news release.