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Positron V-310 E1/T1 PRI Asterisk IP PBX Blade (1 PRI)
Positron Telecom V-310 Asterisk® IP PBX ISDN PRI Blade
Full Asterisk® IP PBX embedded in a single PCI Card
Compatible with any PC/OS including Windows, Mac, and Linux
Provides ISDN PRI E1/T1 port, support for both NT and TE modes
Hardware-based echo cancellation
2 year warranty against hardware defects
14 day money back guarantee
Positron Telecom V-Series IP PBX blades are leap forward in the telecommunications market. They are the first product of their kind to offer the full functionality of an Asterisk® IP PBX on a single PCI card with integrated telephony ports, hardware-based echo cancellation and an Ethernet interface. By integrating the Linux, Asterisk®, Echo Canceler, Ethernet (for PCI and LAN), Telephone ports (FXS) and Gateway functionality (ISDN PRI E1/T1) Positron Telecom have created the first standalone solution that can be installed in any PC with any Operating System - no special drivers are required.
The Positron Telecom IP PBX blades are ideally positioned for the SMB market offering a range of interfaces including FXO, ISDN and E1. The V-310 provides 1 x ISDN PRI E1/T1 port for connecting to an ISDN line or another PBX, and 1 x FXS port for connecting to a Plain Old Telephony (POTS) analogue telephone or fax machines along with hardware-based echo cancellation for all ports.
IP PBX Blade Technology
The Positron blades are operating system independent and as all processing takes place on the blade. No CPU or memory resources (other than power) are required from the host PC and multiple blades can co-exist within the same host PC providing a highly scalable architecture. Positron has developed a Master / Slave application that allows two identical boards to synchronize and monitor each other for the purpose of backup and automatic failover in event of a failure.
Positron’s blades are unique in the world of open source telephony, the blades are easy to install and configure with user friendly GUI (
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) so you don’t have to be a certified technician to use one. The products are priced at a level which provides a lower cost per port as well as increased reliability and security, improved quality of service, and the ability to gain features and capabilities that other vendors have not yet been able to deliver on a card or gateway.
The Positron blades offer an even more compelling ROI when deployed in a virtualized environment (e.g. VMware, KVM, Xen or VirtualBox) in that they deliver a true virtualized telephony system. The blade works seamlessly in a VMware environment because it uses Ethernet as the primary communication interface between the virtual server and the real server. Traditionally there has been a breakdown in the communication path between the application running on a virtual server and the media gateway which connects to the telephony network. This breakdown is caused by traffic passing through a virtual Ethernet card, an Ethernet card on the server, a switch and eventually the media gateway. Voice, is very sensitive to jitter, latency and packet loss and this architecture leads to all three.
The unique offering by Positron has the PCI card inside the server and connecting to the virtual server through Ethernet which provides the shortest data path possible, additionally terminating the RTP traffic on the card without CPU load on the host server. Positron is the only vendor capable of supporting this architecture.
Full Asterisk® IP PBX Functionality: Provides the full functionality of an Asterisk® IP PBX and Gateway on a single PCI card/blade
Interoperable and Easy to Install: Installs simply and quickly as an Ethernet adapter in any Operating System including Windows Linux, and Mac
Virtualization Support: True virtualized telephony system support compatible with VMware, KVM, Xen and VirtualBox
Failover Support: Master / Slave application that allows two identical boards to synchronize and monitor each other for the purpose of backup and automatic failover in event of a failure
Scalable Architecture: Multiple blades/cards can be installed in the same system with support for cross-board switching
Additional Storage: Single Compact Flash port to provide additional storage capacity for voicemail and call monitoring/recording.
SIP Application Support: Allows any SIP based application to speak directly to the card - no API integration required
No additional hardware setup or drivers required - unlike other card solutions
Provides full hardware-based echo cancellation for all ports/channels
V-310 provides an ISDN PRI E1/T1 port with support for both NT and TE modes
Single Foreign Exchange Station (FXS) port for connecting a phone or fax machine
1 x Ethernet LAN port to support the deployment of a separate Voice LAN for VoIP Telephone Handsets and ATAs
ISDN Signalling Support
EuroISDN (PRI or PRA) - Q.931/Q.921
NI1: National ISDN 1
NI2: National ISDN 2
4ESS: Class 4 telephone Electronic Switching System (AT&T)
5ESS: Class 5 telephone electronic switching system (Alcatel-Lucent)
DMS100: Digital Multiplex System 100 (Nortel)
Hardware based G.168 echo cancellation chip up to 128ms tail length
Telephone Interface: ISDN PRI E1/T1 port (RJ-45), One FXS (RJ-11)
Network Interface: 10/100 Mbps RJ-45, PCI
LED indicators: Power, Fault, Network, Link speed
Fully PCI 2.2 compliant: Auto-sense compatibility for both 5v and 3.3v PCI buses
Per channel fax/modem G.164 pr G.165 2100 Hz phase reversal tone disable
ITU-T G.165, G.168 (2000 and 2002) compliant
Dimensions excluding PCI bracket (H x L x W): 99mm x 170mm x 18mm / 3.89" x 6.7" x 0.7"
Weight of PCI card: 130g / 4.6oz
Environmental - Operating Range: 0°C to 40°C, Storage: -20°C to 85°C, Humidity: 10% to 80%
ROHS compliant: No lead in the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) or parts
Certificates: CE, FCC Part 68, EMC: FCC Part 15
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 29 December, 2010.
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