Systems from 16 to 32 VoIP channels (SIP or H323)
2 x E1-PRI or 2 x T1-PRI
Bi-directional calls (Inbound and Outbound calls)
In-line connectivity (3-leg topology)
PBX Compatibility: with IP systems and PABXs of leading manufacturers worldwide
Available 3U x 19" size
Management & Control:
Remote web-based- Local serial port
High voice quality
Fast and easy installation
Migration to VoIP Utilizing Existing Infrastructure
By integrating one of our VoIP PRI Gateways HG-6000 with existing PBX/PABX telephone systems, businesses of all sizes can benefit from:
Low-cost Voice over IP calls
Multi-site / Multi-branch connection
Expanded PBX capacity and capability
Substantial cost saving
Voip PRI Gateway Configuration
These PRI VoIP Gateways directly connect to any one of existing ISDN PRI, E1 PRI, T1 PRI (T2/S2 ISDN, RDSI) interfaces of the office PBX, and enable bi-directional traffic for both VoIP and PSTN, all in one compact box.
PSTN Access for VoIP Systems
For those companies who are considering migration to VoIP or have already migrated to VoIP and have an existing IP-PBX, Hypermedia's VoIP PRI Gateways offer the advantage of opening the IP-based switchboard directly to the PSTN networks.
In-Line Connectivity (3-Leg Topology) with LCR Functionality
Hypermedia's VoIP PRI Gateway can be situated between the PBX and the PSTN, saving the cost of an additional PBX E1/T1 port. In this configuration, it comes with two E1/T1 PRI interfaces featuring advanced Least Cost Routing (LCR).
3 Leg VoIP-PRI-PSTN configuration
Ideal for Telecom Distributors, Resellers and Service Providers
As a general guideline, we recommend installing our single E1/T1 PRI trunk PRI-VoIP Gateway in large organizations for creating an alternative, dedicated PRI trunk for VoIP access. We recommend implementing our 2 x PRI VoIP Gateway, with integrated LCR, for companies with a small scale PBX using a single PRI trunk.
Given the systems' flexibility, modularity and scalability, these advanced VoIP PRI gateways HG-6000 can be pre-configured to meet precise customer requirements so companies can easily expand the cost-effective systems to meet their evolving telephony needs over time.