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PCN introduces new segmented infrastructure for VoIP deployments


PCN introduces new segmented infrastructure for VoIP deployments
Enterprise PCN, one of the leaders in providing connectivity application for legacy copper wired infrastructures, has announced the release and immediate availability of company’s UltraEdge system for fast cost efficient implementation of VoIP and Unified Communication digital information processing networks.
Having single ethernet connectivity to the Web or data network from outside sources, the UltraEdge system demands particularly minimal IT knowledge and experience for deployment and installing and empowers access and bearing for VoIP connectivity at every layer and level. By implementing cooper wire of any grade, the UltraEdge VoIP system smoothly conjoins to already existing junction gateways, legacy PBX interfaces and consoles, or paired wiring deployment already deployed. Delivering maximum operational capabilities and feature ample engines, the system is a real IP networking platform leveraging PCN's HD quality Multi-Channel Server (PCN3485-MCS4) for 10/100 IP transport each UltraEdge console, which empowers access for VoIP built telephones or other applications. Operating in an alternate format, compared with the trivial media converters, every particular UltraEdge module is a real Ethernet switch where every end point has dynamic outreach for Ethernet ports (up to three). Again, just as an opposite solution to usual DSL extenders and converter applications, the PCN UltraEdge product is configured on PCN's certified "Dynamic Adaptive Channeling" technology of digital prioritization, working 500 times per second in on-line scanning, viewing and handling physical context of legacy copper searching for discrepancies and shifting IP data to its most optimal position on the attached wire. This solution provides the noise immunity of DSL, supported by a remote stretching. When paired together this not only enables more reliability an power of a VoIP system, but brings up access to IP from as far as locations up to 1500 feet and much more, than other solutions. Yet there are absolute dominance of legacy copper that is not much usable for IP built Ethernet systems and where operating new inbuilt cabling is either too costly, or demands significant interruptions and impediments to daily business operations. This is essential for government possession buildings, hospitals, historic sites, campuses and offices that are attached with the Cat-3 or even older cooper wiring. "PCN brings up its UltraEdge VoIP and UC platforms and deployments massively to endorsed and qualified providers, enablers, and large corporate clientele. The UltraEdge VoIP platform supports high-speed Ethernet-on-demand concept across any grade copper wiring architecture. This consists with the multi-drop, so called daisy network, point to point and others ensuring access in the most remote parts of a building or construction. Davis also stated, "Customers like the feature, when they can smoothly install the multi-channel router at relayed obsolete PBX locations or at other connections wiring; and then just drop a plug-and-play UltraEdge console disregarding the place to acquire immediate availability to high-bandwidth VoIP networks." The solution dynamically supports third party standard Layer 2 and Layer 3 Ethernet gateways, QoS and an array of network security tools such as port security, multi-level passwords, DoD engines, SSH and SSL for effective coding. When paired with PCN's physical level technologies the deliver sophisticated VoIP and Unified Communications engines that are more reliable, more effective and extremely promising.


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