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LinuxPR: AudioCodes selects Jungo's "GO-HotSwap" for Linux/Windows... in its TP-400 VoIP Board

Aug 18, 2000, 18:00 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Jungo Ltd. Announced today that AudioCodes, a leading supplier of packet voice enabling technologies and components has selected its "Go-HotSwap" Operating System Extension to provide "Hot Swapping" capabilities for its TP-400 VoIP Communication board product, thus being the first to market with a fully hot-swappable cPCI communication board under Linux and Windows operating systems."

"Jungo's "Go-HotSwap" OS Extension, which includes a powerful driver development toolkit, enables hot-swap capabilities for CompactPCI hardware on Linux operating system, and on any available system board. Using these tools, telecom/datacom vendors can now implement CompactPCI hot-swap capabilities on Linux and Windows, where these capabilities are not natively available."

"AudioCodes' TP-400 VoIP Communication Board is a high-density, CompactPCI media streaming board with capacity of 120 independent channels.The TP-400 board is powered by AudioCodes' VoIP DSP communication chips, which support industry standard codecs such as G.723.1, G.729A, G.711, and T.38, as well as AudioCodes' proprietary NetCoder along with silence suppression and state of the art echo cancellation. Voice, fax, and data traffic can be auto-detected by the board and the user can specify how to process each media type."

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