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High Density 16-Port E1/T1 Astribank Announced by Xorcom


Specifically designed to meet the requirements of Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLEC) and other VoIP Providers, this compact 19" 1U chassis supports up to 480 digital telephony channels

January 21, 2010 – (IT Expo) – Miami, Florida and Misgav, Israel – Xorcom, a privately-held manufacturer of business telephony interfaces and appliances based on Asterisk open source software, announces that it has developed a high density version of its award-winning Astribank™ telephony interfaces solution for Asterisk-based PBX. The new device will be on display at booth D-07 in the Digium Asterisk World pavilion at the Miami Beach Convention Center, from January 20 through January 22.

Compact Unit Supplies Hundreds of Digital Channels
Service providers and other implementations requiring a large number of PRI ports will appreciate the high density E1/T1 Astribank. It supports up to 16 PRI ports for up to 480 E1 channels (or up to 384 T1 channels) in a compact, 19" rack-mountable chassis. This modular, expandable unit features built-in redundancy, as each four-port module works independently, and the entire unit is powered by Xorcom's dedicated multiple redundant power supply unit.

About Xorcom
Founded in 2004, Xorcom is a privately-held IP-PBX manufacturer. Xorcom harnesses the power of Asterisk® Open Source IP-PBX – the most rapidly growing telephony platform in the world – to design and produce leading-edge hardware telephony solutions for commercial installations. Today, Xorcom offers the widest and most flexible range of solutions and hardware platforms in the Asterisk market. System integrators, telecom equipment manufacturers, and customer premise telephony and VoIP providers use Xorcom products to provide added value to their end users.

Contact Info
Linda Elisha, +44 1273 270 270 - Emertec Ltd.
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