MediaPack 1288 is a solution designed for enterprises, hosted Unified Communications services and service providers migrating to all-IP infrastructure while protecting investment in legacy devices.
AudioCodes, a leading provider of converged voice solutions that enable enterprises and service providers to transition to all-IP voice networks, today announced the release of the MediaPack 1288 (MP-1288) high-density analog VoIP gateway. Scaling up to 288 ports on a single compact chassis, the MP-1288 has been designed to offer a cost-effective solution for VoIP and Unified Communications deployments where large numbers of analog devices (including phone, fax and modem) need to be supported.
The MP-1288 builds on the technology underlying AudioCodes’ field-proven MediaPack family of analog gateways to ensure high voice quality, resiliency and high availability while its small footprint reduces rack space requirements, cabling and power consumption. Fully supported by AudioCodes One Voice Operation Center (OVOC), the MP-1288 offers simplified and centralized management, configuration, administration and monitoring tasks helping to lower operational expenses.
“The MP-1288 addresses a major concern of enterprises and service providers when they migrate to all-IP, namely support for their large installed base of analog devices in cases where full replacement to IP Phones is not possible or desired because of financial or other reasons,” commented Yehuda Herscovici, VP Product at AudioCodes. “By deploying MP-1288 in their networks, large enterprises such as businesses in the hospitality industry, service providers and UCaaS operators can maximize the investment in their existing analog devices while enabling their users to enjoy the functional and cost benefits of an all-IP infrastructure.”
AudioCodes is a market leader with over 17 years of product development experience, focused on VoIP network products and technology. During this time, AudioCodes has deployed tens of millions of media gateway and media server channels in over 100 countries. ... Read more »