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Vocal Launches VOIP Adapter Design

Jack Decker (jack-yahoogroups@withheld_on_request)
Wed, 27 Apr 2005 15:26:12 -0400

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- VOCAL Technologies Ltd., a developer of integrated
software and silicon solutions, announced today the release of their
new Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA) reference design, which allows for
enhanced VOIP performance and telephone functionality.

ATA's designed to the new specifications would be able to communicate
with remote standard telephones located up to 1000 feet away over
standard existing telephone wiring without disrupting existing
services. With the addition of just over $3 of hardware and
downloadable software modules, the, standard VOIP telephone service
can be enhanced to provide class 5 switch services, such as multiple
incoming lines, conferencing, internal dialing, distinctive ringing,
and a host of other services. This would results in a Bill of Material
cost of close to $22 for a standard 2 by 2 (2 LAN ports, 2 telephone
ports) ATA.

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