Grandstream Networks Releases 24-Port FXS Analog Gateway
The GXW4024 is the ultimate low-cost and high performance gateway for hosted VoIP network or SMB migrating their legacy analog phones to IP infrastructure. It is an ideal IP enabler for SIP trunking analog phones, faxes, traditional PBXs or key systems and can create a powerful hybrid business phone system when combined with Grandstream's new IP-PBX, the GXE502x series.
Like its sister models in the Grandstream GXW series, the GXW4024 gateway enables small and medium businesses to integrate traditional phone systems into a VoIP network and efficiently manage communication cost. It offers superb audio quality, rich feature functionality, advanced security protection using SRTP & TLS, flexible dialing plans, and a compelling price-performance ratio.
It is auto-configurable, remotely manageable and scalable. In addition, it supports 2 SIP account profiles, caller ID display or block, transfer, forward, do not disturb, T.38 fax, conference, and comprehensive voice codecs including G.711, G.723, G.729A/B/E, G.726, and iLBC.
The MSRP of the GXW4024 is $749.00 USD. The new GXW4024 is fully interoperable with leading IP-PBX and Softswitch systems
"The GXW4024's superior voice quality, packed feature set, remote manageability, and unrivaled price really sets the product ahead of the competition," said David Li, CEO of Grandstream. "The GXW gateway series from Grandstream offers SMB and SIP trunking service providers a powerful and affordable hybrid solution to allow businesses to enjoy the benefits of VoIP communication immediately today by reusing their existing legacy phones and wiring infrastructure."
The GXW4024 will be available through Grandstream's distribution channels worldwide in late February 2008. For more information about the Analog Gateway Product Series, please visit www.grandstream.com.