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4-port VoIP Asterisk Card,Supports Up 4FXO/FXS/IP PBX System Ports,Suitable Enterprise Call Center
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Product: Views:594-port VoIP Asterisk Card,Supports Up 4FXO/FXS/IP PBX System Ports,Suitable Enterprise Call Center 
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Last updated: 2017-10-26 06:01
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Model Number: TDM400P Asterisk card Brand Name: Houyuan Key Specifications/Special Features: Card is fully compatible with all analog Digium and other similar analog cards and modules with no changes to the driversFXO modules are used to plug existing analog telephone lines into your phone systemWith the Asterisk card TDM400P, open-source Asterisk PBX software and a standard PC, users can create a small office home office (SOHO) telephony environment which includes all the sophisticated features of a high-end PBX/voice mail platformScalable and effective SOHO solution, target applicationsFeatures:Small office home office (SOHO) applicationsGateway termination to analog telephonesAdd inexpensive analog phones to existing PBXs
  • Wireless point to point applications between Asterisk servers
  • Services and features:
    • Supports 1-4 FXO/FXS with PCI interface
    • Supports Asterisk, FreeSWITCH, Dahdi, Zaptel
    • Supports Trixbox, Elastix, Askozia
    Applications: PBX/voice mail/IVR/call center/call park/call pickup/call transfer/call forward/caller ID/call waiting/call conference
    Specifications:
    • Configuration
    • Hardware requirement:
      • 500MHz Pentium III 64MB RAM 3.3V or 5V PCI 2.2 slot
      PCI card dimensions: 120mm (height) x 135mm (length)
    Shipping Information:
    • Lead Time: 1 - 2 days
    Main Export Markets:
    • Eastern Europe
    • North America
    • Mid East/Africa
    • Central/South America
    • Asia
    • Western Europe
    • Australasia
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