Call Density in Carrier-Grade Systems

This paper focuses on Call Density, or the number of calls a system can process in a given period of time. Call Density is in part a function of the number of ports in the system and the call duration, but it is also affected by other design factors such as efficiency of call setup and teardown, and efficient host CPU utilization. This paper will discuss why, and in what applications Call Density is most important. It will also show ways to test Call Density, describe steps Brooktrout Technology has taken to increase Call Density to carrier-grade scale, and provide results of performance tests conducted by Brooktrout Technology.

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