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November 04, 2010

VoIP T1 Solutions Now Available from Allworx



The ideal communications channel for any large organization is a VoIP T1 solution as it maximizes the combination of the savings of placing voice on network and high-speed capabilities with optimal performance. Now, small businesses are also moving this direction as technologies are scaling to more economic platforms. 


A recent eWeek post highlighted the addition of the 48x VoIP T1 phone system and System 7.2 software upgrade to Allworx (News - Alert) suite of IP-based phone systems for small and midsized businesses. The 48x VoIP T1 offers support for up to 250 employees per site, making it one of the largest systems to date from Allworx, a subsidiary of Paetec Holding. By offering VoIP T1 and dual T1/PRI interfaces, the 48x is capable of supporting a mix of voice and data connectivity, four conference bridges up to 30 users per conference and up to 60 users in all conferences simultaneously, three FXO ports and five FXS ports. 

The 48x offering also includes full support for all Allworx VoIP T1 phones, is rack-mountable and offers an energy efficient design. VoIP T1 systems such as the 48x offer advantages over traditional systems as they converge voice and data over a single network. As a result, businesses can improve network efficiency and simplify management for all internal staff.Allworx devices are connected through routing instead of physical connections, allowing users to move phones within a building, or to bring the phone and capabilities to any Internet-based connection when traveling. 

"The 48x is the latest addition to our already robust line of communications products," said Chris Hasenauer, president of Allworx, in a statement. "As our customers grow, the 48x can expand with them while keeping the same intuitive interface and simple management that Allworx users have come to expect."

Allworx System 7.2 software upgrade offers support for the 48x VoIP T1 phone system, in addition to other numerous features, such as enhanced phone plug-n-play, which can assign a phone’s owner directly from the phone; improved E911 support to allow users to create multiple E911 CID numbers; a phone reboot all feature; multisite statistics to display the amount of traffic between sites; multisite diagnostics to test multisite functionality between different sites; and phone SNMP agent support and monitoring Web server connection architecture update.

As more and more companies are moving to all-IP environments, the demand for VoIP T1 lines and phone systems is increasing. Allworx is focusing on meeting this growing demand, creating solutions that provide communications solutions for today and tomorrow.


Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Juliana Kenny


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