Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, has announced AVST telephony server product line, a new line of telephony servers that offer a bundled, all-in-one voice and data communications platform.
The new telephony server product line features the CallXpress T-2000, CallXpress I-4000 and the CallXpress I-6000, which serve both small-to-medium businesses and enterprise size deployments of CallXpress, the company’s flagship unified communications technology.
The CallXpress T-2000 telephony server bundled package includes the CallXpress unified communications application, a Dialogic voice card or VOIP integration, server, and Microsoft Windows operating system. CallXpress T-2000 is configured as an entry level server with 4 voice mail ports and offers expansion capabilities of up to 48 ports supporting approximately 2,500 users.
For medium to large enterprises AVST has CallXpress I-4000 and the CallXpress I-6000 telephony servers. The CallXpress I-4000 and the CallXpress I-6000 include all features and capabilities of the CallXpress T-2000 plus dual Xeon processors, pre-configured RAID1, and redundant hot swap power supplies and cooling fans.
With the CallXpress I-4000 supporting up to 120 ports with 10,000 users, and the CallXpress I-6000 supporting up to 192 ports with 20,000 users, both servers deliver the highest levels of scalability, reliability and performance. Available in a rack mount form factor, both servers enable IT managers to save space by stacking the servers and using a single mouse, monitor and keyboard.
“Always striving to provide the most convenient and cost effective solutions in the market, we developed this product line to better serve our customers and reseller channel,” said Tom Minifie, AVST Vice President of Product Management. “The CallXpress telephony servers offer flexibility that give customers and resellers a single point of contact for all of their messaging needs. With this new line of products, AVST services an organisation’s entire communications package, saving customers and resellers the time and money previously spent on system integration and server qualification.”