- 16 to 64 x T1/E1/J1, 1 to 3 DS3, or 1 OC3/STM-1 in a 2U chassis—Highest system density in the market means the lowest cost per port; up to 66% rack and space cost savings
- 512 to 2,048 VoIP channels (field upgradable)—Simple field upgrade by 16 T1/E1 and 512 VoIP channels or 1 DS3 and 672 VoIP channels
- Increased system up-time—SS7 link redundancy, dual power supply support, field-upgradable components
- Low operating expense (up to 80% cost savings) significantly improves ROI—Low power consumption (150 W for the SN10200 at full capacity)
- Connect with confidence to diverse VoIP endpoints and IP fax—Extensive media handling support for wireline, wireless and fax codecs
Service providers are adding VoIP capabilities to their networks, whether to reduce costs when interconnecting with other carriers, to cost-effectively build out their network footprints, or simply to transport voice traffic across their IP backbones. This can be best accomplished using a SmartNode 10200 Series media gateway, that enables the delivery of VoIP services by bridging voice traffic between the public switched telephone network (PSTN)—based on time-division multiplexing (TDM)—and IP networks such as the Internet. Whether sitting at the network core or at the edge, SmartNode media gateways enable service providers to introduce VoIP into their networks while maintaining the quality and the reliability of traditional TDM networks.