Sangoma Transcoding Cards offers card options to transcode from 30 to 2000 calls simultaneously.
What is does VoIP Transcoding do?
- IP telephony applications commonly require the use of multiple voice codecs, used to digitally compress voice signals and save on bandwidth. For example, voice signals from the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) come in the form of the G.711 codec, but the VoIP terminal equipment and networks can support a variety of different voice codecs, such as G.729, G.726, G.723.1, G.722, iLBC, etc. Transcoding cards contain the processing that converts and mediate between endpoints supporting different codecs.
Sangoma Transcoding Card Options
- D100: Offers 30 to 400 transcoding sessions in a PCI or PCIe variant
- D150: Offers 30 to 400 transcoding sessions in a Stand-Alone Boxed Enclosure or PCI Mezzanine Card Option
- D500: Offers 400-2,000 transcoding sessions in a PCI or PCIe variant
Why Sangoma Transcoding VoIP Cards?
- Card options to handle from 30 to 2000 simultaneous transcoding sessions
- Units are field upgradeable