Race Communications begins deliveries of DIVA Server Analog boards.

Race Communications begins deliveries of new products — universal DIVA Server Analog server boards. DIVA Server Analog cards are installed in a server or workstation, connected to an office PBX or city telephone network via analog lines and, complete with software installed on the server, provide the functionality of a remote access server, IP telephony gateway, fax server, call center and many other voice and data applications.

The new boards are a logical continuation of the DIVA Server family, which was previously represented by boards for digital telephone networks with interfaces E1, ISDN PRI, ISDN BRI. Now users of various computer telephony applications have the opportunity to effectively implement such systems where connection to the telephone network is possible only via analog connecting lines. Different boards are capable of simultaneously servicing 4 or 8 connections.

DIVA Server Analog products are equipped with their own computing and DSP (digital signal processing) processors, which allows you to increase the performance of the system as a whole with minimal use of server or workstation CPU resources, and also provides high scalability of the solution. Universal server boards exchange data with a computer via the PCI-X bus with a clock frequency of 66 MHz and a supply voltage of 3 V, which allows you to increase processing speed and at the same time reduce power consumption and heat generation.

Versions of DIVA Server boards with index V have only voice processing functionality. These boards are not only more affordable, but also provide better network protection, since they make it physically impossible to penetrate from the outside using analog modems.

The recommended price for DIVA Server Analog boards is from $1012, depending on the number of ports and functionality. For partners — there is a testing program for software developers and integrators.

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