The NT-4S includes four CO-facing ports to packetize the voice traffic coming out of conventional PBX equipment.
Add Hitachi to the ranks of VOIP gateway manufacturers.
The NT-4S from Tokyo-based Hitachi Communication Technologies Ltd. is a SIP (RFC3261) gateway with four CO-facing ports to packetize the voice traffic coming out of conventional PBX equipment.
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The compact device measures 210 millimeters by 166 mm by 40 mm, weighs 1kg and is equipped with a G.711 (uncompressed, 64 kbps) and G.729a (compressed, 8kbps) voice codec. It includes a G.165-compliant line echo canceller.
The 10Base-T/100Base-TX system is priced at $1,684. The company plans to sell 20,000 units annually, with shipment slated for July 14.
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