5/19/2004 - Performance Technologies (Nasdaq NM: PTIX), a leading developer of platforms, components and software solutions for the communications, military and commercial markets, introduced the MTN2300, a media and packet processing subsystem. With 240 ports and fully supporting Performance Technologies' UniPorteTM Media and Packet Processing Software, it is the industry's highest density and most flexible VoIP solution in a PCI form factor.
Performance Technologies also announced that nPlusOne, a UK-based Internet telephony service provider, is using the MTN2300 and UniPorte Software to provide the underlying media processing functionality in its vXML Media Server platform.
In addition to supporting media gateway and server functions, the MTN2300 and all Performance Technologies media and packet processing solutions support functionality that enables IP-based applications such as auto-attendant, voice mail, interactive voice response, conferencing and unified messaging. The MTN2300 solution delivers industry leading port density and flexibility in a PCI card form factor, supporting universal port functionality such as fax, fax over IP and data modem termination. It also provides a scalable upgrade path for customers using the company's previous generation MTN2000 Series products.
"We were quickly able to integrate Performance Technologies' UniPorte Software with our own, allowing us to significantly shorten our time-to-market," said Aydin Kurt-Elli , director, nPlusOne. "Further, the field-proven packet voice quality and scalability of the MTN2300 platform gives us a reliable, flexible solution today that can scale with our customers' needs in the future."
With highly optimized media processing provided by Performance Technologies' MTN2300, the nPlusOne Media Server delivers unparalleled performance. SIP call control and voice XML-based call flow allow the server to interact with virtually any Web application server infrastructure for truly integrated voice and e-business systems.
"The introduction of the MTN2300 shows Performance Technologies' commitment to delivering scalable solutions for converging networks," said Sean Aruda, general manager of Performance Technologies' Voice Technology Group. "The addition of media server functionality to our UniPorte Software further enables OEMs such as nPlusOne to deliver revenue-generating, enhanced services platforms to the market."
The MTN2300 is available immediately. For additional information, please download Performance Technologies' white paper on "Enabling Media Services in a VoIP Network."
nPlusOne is a wholly owned subsidiary of Edinburgh Network Technologies Ltd. With decades of experience in the design and operation of SS7 and IP network infrastructure, hardware and OSS, as well as developer skills building the latest generation of voice services from scratch, nPlusOne have a talented and dynamic team. The telephony platform has been built using a distributed architecture for VoIP call control and media services, on top of a resilient IP network straddling PoPs in the United Kingdom and the United States. A number of global voice carriers are used from incumbent and competitive traditional carriers through to emerging VoIP interconnect partners.
About Performance Technologies
Performance Technologies ( Nasdaq NM : PTIX) develops the platforms, components and software solutions for the world's evolving communications infrastructure. Our broad customer base includes companies in the communications, military and commercial markets. Serving the industry for more than 20 years, our complete line of packet-based products enables equipment manufacturers and service providers to offer highly available and fully-managed systems with time-to-market, performance and cost advantages. Performance Technologies is headquartered in Rochester, New York. Additional operational and engineering facilities are located in San Diego and San Luis Obispo, California; Norwood, Massachusetts and Ottawa, Canada.
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