The POTS24 also includes support for MGCP- and SIP-based Softswitch interoperability. The same POTS24 can be used to communicate to a legacy circuit-switched Class 5 switch or alternatively, to a next generation IP-based Softswitch. With the POTS24 line card, service providers can deploy an IP broadband access system that can protect and take advantage of existing or future investments. Whether it is broadband ADSL2+, FTTH or POTS, the iMAP family is the ideal platform for last-mile service delivery. The POTS24 line card can be used with any of the iMAP family of carrier grade, integrated Multiservice Access Platforms: iMAP 9810 (3RU, 8 channel unit slots), iMAP 9700 (9RU, 17 channel unit slots). iMAP 9400 (3RU, 7 channel unit slots), MiniMAP 9100 (1RU, 3 channel unit slots). Provisioning, management, and diagnostics of subscriber ports can be accomplished from either the iMAP command line interface or the NMS. The AT-TN-143-A (POTS24) has been designed to survive the most rugged environmental conditions. It can be confidently deployed in either a central office or in outdoor enclosures withstanding extremes of heat, cold, and light exposure.
- 24 POTS ports
- Integrated ringing with 5 REN per line capability
- Selectable G.711 or G.726 VoIP CODEC
- MGCP and SIP call control protocols
- CLASS feature support
- Support for V.90 analog modem rates
- Currently available in North America only