The Quintum Tenor gives businesses with analog or digital voice infrastructures an easy, cost-effective way to capitalize on the power of Voice over IP (VoIP). The Tenor integrates a gateway, a gatekeeper, intelligent call routing and supports a QoS all in one solution. With its MultiPath architecture, the Tenor connects to the data network through a 10/100 Ethernet interface, the voice network through either PBX or phone, and the public switched telephone network.
Patented SelectNetT Technology assures high-quality voice
The Tenor employs its patented SelectNetT Technology to monitor calls for jitter, packet loss and latency, and can transparently switch mid-call to the voice network whenever conditions demand.
More intelligence means greater flexibility
With its MultiPath Call Routing, the Tenor can intelligently route calls between the PBX, the PSTN, and the IP network, to achieve the best combination of cost and quality. The Tenor can also route calls over IP to reduce costs, and then transparently "hop off" to the PSTN, to reach off-net locations. No other VoIP solution can match this flexibility.
More intelligence means easier installation
With its MultiPath architecture, the Tenor is the only VoIP solution that can be installed without upgrades to the existing voice or data networks.
More intelligence means greater reliability
The Tenor is designed to pass calls through to the existing voice network in the event of system malfunction - even a total power failure.
More intelligence means less network congestion
With its PacketSaverT technology, the Tenor reduces bandwidth consumption up to 50%, by combining voice packets from several calls into a single packet to minimize packet overhead.
NATAccessT intelligence means greater security
The Tenor VoIP MultiPath Switch also features a unique technology that allows it to operate behind NAT-enabled firewalls. The innovative NATAccessT solution overcomes the problem of NAT firewalls not correctly translating internal IP addresses into public addresses when a VoIP call is established with an outside party.