IP telephony applications usually demand the use of multiple voice codecs, which will digitally compress voice signals to decrease bandwidth usage. VoIP terminal equipment and networks support a variety of different voice codecs, such as G.729, G.726, AMR, G.723.1, G.722, iLBC, and more. You VoIP infrastructure has to mediate between endpoints supporting different codecs, and these digital signal processing tasks can be resource-intensive, and degrade the quality of the voice signals, by introducing too much latency and delay.
The D100-400E PCI Express voice transcoding card, up to 400 simultaneous channels of transcoding can be converted from one type of codec to another without introducing latency or straining host CPU resources. The card delivers up to 400 channels of any-to-any voice codec conversion, with unmatched quality* and since all codecs are fully indemnified, no additional licensing is required for their use**.
The D100-400E card will work with both Asterisk and FreeSWITCH. With compatible drivers, these applications are able to use the D100-400E as a seamless voice transcoding resource.
Sangoma D100-400E Features:
- Up to 400 concurrent transcoding sessions
- Field Upgradeable
- No Licensing Fees**
- Compatible with both Asterisk and FreeSWITCH
- Reduces Host CPU Load
- Simple API for Application Integration
- Integrated or in Dedicated Server
- Works on Linux and Windows
- PCIe form factor
- Small Foot Print
* Total port counts performance varies from codec to codec use and on the traffic mix at any given time
** Except for AMR and AMR-WB