Win Enterprise introduces a new custom-built VoIP server that supports the Win Converged Application Platform. Win CAP is ideal for small-to-medium-size businesses and remote enterprise offices which are connected to central networks. It also enables OEM's to provide feature-rich IP PBX solutions at affordable entry-costs. The server is built following Intel Architecture specifications and it includes a low-power-consumption Pentium M CPU integrated with Intel IXP465 Network Processing Adapter. The IXP architecture is meant to free-up the CPU in order to handle application processing functions, such as transcoding incoming VoIP audio streams, local voicemail and local conference management, or storage and playback of voicemail content from e-mail feeds. This configuration is said to provide low-latency management of converged communications functions.
Win Enterprise claims that the VoIP servers will guarantee a smooth transition from analog to pure environments of the future and will provide an easily installed, secured, and managed off-shelf appliance that utilizes single communications network.
The VoIP server comes equipped with an i915GM motherboard, 1 GB of DDR2 RAM and the dedicated IXP462 Intel Network Processor card that has 128 MB onboard. Specifications also include:
￭ x1 10/100 WAN
￭ x4 10/100/1000 switched LAN ports
￭ One 32-bit/33 MHz PCI slot
￭ One MiniPCI Slot
￭ IDE Compact Flash Socket
￭ 2x SATA. - chassis support for 1X 2.5" SATA
￭ DB-9 serial port with support for console Re-direction
￭ Four USB 2.0 Ports - 2 externally accessible
￭ 2x HSS interfaces on low profile connectors
￭ Asterisk open-source software
Win Enterprise announces early November 2006 availability and prices starting from $1, 995 with quantity discounts as an option.