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Adtran Brings VoIP to small and medium business

Montreal-based Adtran Inc. today released the NetVanta 7100 office-in-a-box, an offering that provides voice, data ...


April 3, 2006  


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Montreal-based Adtran Inc. today released the NetVanta 7100 office-in-a-box, an offering that provides voice, data and Internet communications through a single device.

The NetVanta 7100 is a SIP-based PBX that also includes a 24-port Power over Ethernet switch, IP Router, IPSec Virtual Private Network, inspection firewall and Quality of Service to prioritize voice traffic.

It is targeted at companies that don’t have the resources to support a large, complex system but still want features and benefits such as VoIP applications, internal voicemail, auto attendant and a built-in firewall.

“Market research supports the fact that many SMBs will be making the transition to VoIP within the next 18 months,” said Paul Zink, Adtran’s director of enterprise networking.

The product is being demonstrated at the VON Canada tradeshow taking place in Toronto this week.