XOP Networks’ products are built upon state-of-the-art hardware and software components and are designed to meet the needs of small, medium and large enterprise and CLEC/IOC service provider customers – worldwide. All of our products are based on Linux Operating System. Our products support both monolithic and distributed architectures.
For monolithic architecture, our products scale from 8 to 480 ports in a single industrial grade server chassis. This architecture is suitable for small, medium and large enterprise deployments. The ports can be TDM or VoIP or a combination of the two. In high availability environments, these products can be deployed in Master/Slave or Master/Master load shared configurations. In such deployments real time database replication is used to keep the databases of two servers synchronized.
For distributed architecture, our products scale from 48 ports to 10,240 ports. This architecture uses third party TDM to IP gateways front ending our high density SIP/VoIP Servers. The distributed architecture is suitable for larger Telcom deployments. In high availability environments the TDM to VoIP gateways can be dual homed to two redundant VoIP/SIP servers operating in a load shared manner. Based on the gateway used our products can support analog FXS, analog FXO, TDM CAS and PRI interfaces. In addition, this architecture can interface with SIP trunks natively.
All value added services supported by XOP Networks’ platform can be accessed from the legacy TDM networks or from the packet networks or from both.
All products support a web based, intuitive administrative interface that can be accessed via the LAN/Internet. Services requiring end user interaction provide an easy to use subscriber web portal.
These applications are available packaged in application specific platforms, viz., Digital Collaboration Bridge (DCB),Voice Mail Server (VMS), Group Alerting and Conference Server (GACS), Ringdown Firebar Conference Server (RFCS) or all in one Universal Services Node (USN) platform.
The flexibility of our product architecture allows one or more applications to dynamically share the available ports or be deployed in segregated manner. The segregated approach allows the platform to be partitioned, e.g., a 96 port system can be deployed as 72 port Audio Conferencing Bridge and 24 ports of Voicemail.
Besides the standard applications, XOP Networks can also provide custom value added service applications for its customers.
Mr. Sukanto Aich
Mr. Sukanto Aich
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