QuesCom 400 - Original Edition
Dedicated to enterprises and branch offices
QuesCom 400 - Original Edition fits easily into your telephony architecture and contributes to your business success.
Connected to your IP-PBX, it provides new services to reduce your phone bill and improve productivity. Fixed-to-Mobile convergence solution, the QuesCom 400 is a mobility appliance for SME's and Large Accounts.
2 PRI or 4 PRI
0, 4, 8, 12, ,16 or 20 GSM channels
Standard capacity: 16 VoIP
Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
Not just a way to save money
Convergence equipment for multi-network telephony systems, QuesCom 400 connects the enterprise’s different telecom networks, landline, mobile and VoIP.
By drastically reducing the phone bill, QuesCom 400 is paid off in a few months.
QuesCom equipment can be installed in a unique site or network connected. It is IP native and ready to support the enterprise’s modularity and centralized management.
ISDN, VoIP, GSM equipment
GSM capacity: QuesCom 400 allows from 0 to 16 simultaneous GSM channels. VoIP capacity: it allows a capacity from 16 to 32 VoIP channels in H.323 or SIP. ISDN cards: it includes an ISDN card, BRI or PRI. Connection to the PBX: it is connected either in pass-through on the ISDN links, or in IP. Grouping: a group of 5 devices can be managed as a unique system.
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Seamless LCR for optimum routing
Each call routes according to advanced routing rule to pass it out by the most cost effective network.
VoIP migration without changing PBX
For a single site enterprise, QuesCom 400 interconnects VoIP operators in order to make a SIP Trunk. For a multisite enterprise, QuesCom 400 interconnects all sites in IP. The enterprise can smoothly migrate to IP without changing its existing architecture. QuesCom 400 perfectly fits to heterogeneous PBX environments.
Failover between voice networks
Because it integrates the ISDN, GSM and VoIP networks, QuesCom 400 allows redundancy in case of failure on one of these networks failure. Routing rules can be configured in order to ensure service continuity. For example, if the ISDN operator access is defective, the equipment can automatically supply a failover link to GSM networks.