With Iwatsu's PBX gateway, developed by MCK Communications
specifically for Iwatsu, your remote workers can now enjoy all the features
of ADIX APS, wherever they are located. That's because the PBXgateway
extends all the capabilities of ADIX APS to remote employees over circuit
or packet networks.
The PBXgateway can be configured to operate in either a managed IP packet
network or a point-to-point synchronous WAN environment over traditional
networks. In a traditional WAN environments, up to two EXTender 6000s
can connect into the PBXgateway running MCK's Remote Voice Protocol (RVP).
RVP relies on HDLC encapsulation over a serial port to transmit voice
Remote Voice Protocol over IP (RVPoIP)
To extend remote voice capability over a managed IP network, simply install
a PBXgateway at your corporate site and then choose a combination of remote
IP client units to meet your needs. Up to 12 users can be terminated at
the PBXgateway. Branch offices, teleworkers and remote call center agents
can be connected using standard IP network termination devices such as
IP routers, DSL or cable modems and cell phones. As long as the IP network
can be managed to ensure sufficient bandwidth and Quality of Service (QoS),
Iwatsu's solution will deliver high quality voice.
You can now extend full corporate PBX capabilities over IP networks, making
voice and data convergence a reality.
MCK's Remote Voice Protocol converts digital voice
and phone signaling into highly efficient data packets. Sophisticated
software features include a G.165-compliant echo canceller enhanced with
extremely robust double-talk performance, manufacturer-provided PBX protocols
and a range of industry standard voice compression options