LAS VEGAS (05/10/2000) - RAD Data Communications Ltd. unveiled a VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) compression system here today at the Networld+Interop (N+I) show.
The MegaPlex-2100H will allow service providers or enterprises to utilize voice compression services to send voice or data over a network, Motty Anavi, RAD Communications senior product manager, said today in an interview.
The technology, a chassis that customizes a network for data and voice channels, is designed to be compatible with legacy equipment and will support a maximum of three T1 lines, or 72 voice channels, Martin Lattman, president of RAD Data Communications, said in an interview here.
"We tell customers that they don't have to throw out all the old equipment," Lattman said. "We give them a migration path to enable them to implement the technology."
The technology will be available within the next four months, Lattman added.
RAD Data Communications can be reached at Mahwah, New Jersey at +1-201-529-1100, or at http://www.rad.com/.