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Prosody X telephony card for voice, fax and signalling

The Prosody X telephony card is available in PCI and PCIe board types. The product range provides feature rich, hardware-based telephony resources, with call control signalling for the PSTN and IP networks. Prosody X offers a comprehensive set of functionality and can be configured to be a telephony card, voice board, a fax card, a trunk card, a VoIP card, an SS7 signalling board or any combination of these – but with just one API to learn.

Prosody X is used to create a wide range of enterprise and telco level service applications, including interactive voice response (IVR), conferencing, messaging, unified communications, fax bureaux, and media servers.

  • Fully featured to support a range of telephony solutions – IVR, call centres, fax broadcast, conferencing, VoIP and military applications
  • Extensive range of protocol stacks for both TDM and IP networks – including SIP, H.323, MRCP, SS7, ISDN and CAS, via software selectable E1/T1 interfaces
  • High density – Up to 720 telephony processing channels per board; add further boards/chassis for larger systems
  • ‘Best in class’ on several performance metrics – channel count, cost effectiveness, reliability, longevity
  • Designed to be IP-centric – whilst retaining the ability to connect to legacy TDM networks, if you have a need
  • Offloads processor intensive activity from your host PC – allowing more headroom for your application
  • Available in a range of form factors – suitable for any installation type and offering features such as automatic failover and redundancy schemes
  • Distributed architecture – multi-board systems and platforms can be controlled remotely via Ethernet, enabling the distribution of resources where you need them

Find out more about the signalling stacks and the full range of worldwide protocols supported on the signalling and protocols page

  • Form factors – PCI, PCIe
  • Channel count – up to 720 per board
  • Protocols – SIP, H.323, SIGTRAN, SS7, CAS, ISDN PRI, DPNSS, QSIG, INS1500, NI-2, DASS2
  • Telephony resources – record, playback, fax, conferencing, CPA, IVR
  • Speech technologies – echo cancellation, barge-in, silence suppression for TTS and ASR
  • 23 voice codecs including – G.711, G.723.1, G.729, G.722, AMR
  • Resilience features – high availability can be achieved by adopting automatic failover and redundancy schemes
  • Operating systems support – Windows and Linux (32/64-bit)
  • Contact centre
  • Conferencing
  • Messaging
  • IVR solutions
  • Media server
  • Voicemail
  • Auto attendant
  • SIP trunking
  • Fax bureau/server
  • PBX
  • Unified communications
  • Voice portal
  • Voice broadcast
  • Prosody X telephony card for voice, fax and signalling
  • Prosody X telephony card for voice, fax and signalling

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