Press Release Summary:
Interfacing with ePMP and PMP 450 APs through point of Ethernet connection, C3 VoIP-150 connects analog telephones to digital VoIP telephone system. Two voice ports support separate phone lines, while secure and automated provisioning using HTTP/HTTPS/TFTP allows flexible configuration and provisioning. For interference-free voice quality, dynamic network monitoring minimizes jitter artifacts such as packet loss. Advanced call features include 3-way conferencing, call hold, and call forwarding.
Original Press Release:
Cambium Networks Announces C3 VoIP-150, Analog Telephone Adaptor Enabling VoIP Networks
- New product interfaces with wireless broadband platforms PMP 450 and ePMP to enable VoIP service -
ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill., -- Cambium Networks(TM), a global leading provider of wireless broadband solutions, today debuted C3 VoIP-150, a new analog telephone adaptor (ATA) that connects analog telephones to a digital voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephone system. Service providers currently using ePMP and PMP 450 can seamlessly integrate this new hardware in their networks to offer subscribers VoIP service and realize a new revenue stream.
"As a long-term customer of Cambium Networks, we are thrilled to be able to offer our users a new service through C3 VoIP-150 that will improve their telephone experience and allow them to continue using the phones they already own," said Kevin Grace, CTO and co-founder, Nextlink Broadband. "We have been pleased with our investment in Cambium Networks equipment since day one, and this addition to its portfolio helps us reach more customers and organically grow our business."
C3 VoIP-150 is the first ATA in Cambium Networks' portfolio. Like its field-proven, wireless broadband solutions, C3 VoIP-150's specifications ensure a superior end-user experience:
-- Two voice ports support separate phone lines, thereby connecting legacy telephones to IP-based networks.
-- Secure and automated provisioning using HTTP/HTTPS/TFTP allows flexible configuration and provisioning options.
-- Dynamic network monitoring reduces jitter artifacts such as packet loss in offering clear, interference-free voice quality.
-- Advanced call features include three-way conferencing, call hold and call forwarding.
-- Comprehensive voice codecs support G.711, G.722, G.723 and G.729A/B and allow providers to be compatible with different VoIP platforms.
By interfacing seamlessly with ePMP and PMP 450 through a point of Ethernet (PoE) connection, C3 VoIP-150 easily and economically bridges the gap between existing Cambium Networks equipment and standard telephones. It ensures the highest priority for voice transmission, ensuring excellent audio quality for service providers, enterprises, telephone operators and WISPs deploying this turnkey solution.
"We understand service providers' need to offer new services to remain competitive and increase their revenue per user. C3 VoIP-150 fulfills this need, gracefully merging new VoIP and existing analog technology for operators and end users," said Scott Imhoff, VP of product management, Cambium Networks. "Having tested and certified the network with a number of VoIP providers, we are confident in the C3 VoIP 150's ability to provide superior service and voice quality across fixed wireless broadband networks. We look forward to hearing feedback from our customers on this new product, and will incorporate this in future releases."
C3 VoIP-150, ePMP, PTP 650 and PMP 450 will be exhibited tomorrow at Cambium Networks' booth at Animal Farm 8 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
About Cambium Networks:
Cambium Networks is a leading global provider of wireless broadband solutions that connect the unconnected. Through its extensive portfolio of reliable, scalable and secure wireless broadband point-to-point (PTP) and point-to-multipoint (PMP) platforms, Cambium Networks makes it possible for all service providers; enterprises; governmental and military agencies; oil, gas and utility companies; Internet service providers; and public safety networks to build powerful, easily sustainable communications networks. The company currently has over four million of its access and backhaul radios deployed in thousands of demanding networks in more than 150 countries. Headquartered outside Chicago and with R&D centers in the U.S., Ashburton, U.K. and Bangalore, India, Cambium Networks sells through a range of trusted global distributors. For more information, visit: www.cambiumnetworks.com and www.connectingtheunconnected.org.