Ditech launches packet voice processor in smaller size

Networking

by CBR Staff Writer| 04 November 2008

Ditech Networks, a US-based provider of voice quality services to communications industry, has announced that its packet voice processor is now available in a smaller size, which is claimed to give network operators and enterprises flexibility to support VoIP, 3G and Web 2.0 services.

According to the company, its packet voice processor (PVP) now can be configured and deployed to support 1,000 sessions to 4,000 sessions at the network's edge, and up to 16,000 sessions in the core of the network.

Ditech's PVP product now is available in two platform options: 13RU, 14-slot chassis for up to 16,000 sessions; and 5RU, six-slot chassis for 1,000-4,000 sessions. Cards in the six-slot chassis can be redeployed in the 14-slot chassis as the demand for network capacity increases.

Karl Brown, vice president of marketing at Ditech Networks, said: The new low-density PVP chassis has all of the same functionality and performance of the higher-capacity product, but implemented in a way that offers network operators and enterprises more deployment options. Ditech's new form factor and session capacity ensures that PVP can meet the different network requirements of supporting the growth of IP voice services.

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