Patton’s Cloud-Smart Euro-BRI/FXS VoIP Appliance Clears the Path to ALL-IP
“Simple analog telephony adapters—known as ATAs—are going obsolete,” said Peter Burkhalter, CEO, Patton-Inalp. “Nowadays companies that want to connect existing voice and fax devices in All-IP environments need a much smarter CPE.”
Most eSBCs are designed for SIP-to-SIP architecture—without consideration for legacy connectivity requirements, network survivability, security or QoS.
TDM-to-IP telephony is typically handled by an ATA. That approach means small offices need two to five devices to execute migration to ALL-IP.
Patton’s eSBC products are much richer.
They deliver secure, converged voice and data with up to 8 integrated BRI and/or FXS telephony ports. You get a stateful firewall with secure TLS/SRTP encryption for signaling and voice—plus configurable protections against toll fraud and denial of service (DoS) attacks.
A rich suite of failover and load-balancing mechanisms for TDM and LTE survivability ensure business continuity.
If that weren’t enough, an embedded PacketSmart probe provides such QoS/QoE performance metrics as Packet Loss, Jitter, MoS and more.
Even better news: a standard SmartNode 4141 VoIP gateway easily transforms into a rich-featured multi-functional eSBC appliance via license-key activation.
A carrier-grade dual image feature—rarely found in low-port-count devices—offers fallback/recovery capability for system-wide software upgrades. Patton offers the feature to service providers at no additional charge.
Recently Patton announced the new water-proof IP67-compliant CopperLink 1101 PoE Extender kits with outdoor enclosures that can extend 10/100 Ethernet and up to 15 Watts of 802.3af (or legacy) PoE up to 3,300 feet (915 meters).