Extend your IP PBX around the Corner or around the World
Quadro gateways were specifically designed as an efficient way to expand capacity on your Quadro IP PBX network. You can employ them as a modular approach to adding additional outside public telephone (PSTN) lines and ISDN lines.
Since they were designed to extend a Quadro, they had to be "smart" and affordable to small businesses. The result is a gateway that works in conjunction with Quadro IP PBXs or stands alone to offer more functionality than higher priced competitors' models.
The intelligent built-in call routing, blocking and forwarding are only the beginning. Quadro gateways generate call statistics, support multiple fax protocols and even include auto attendant and voicemail capabilities.
Epygi's gateways come in three flavors, connecting to the Internet via Ethernet, ISDN and optical fiber. The Quadro sits between your PBX and the appropriate line out of the building. Employees use the same phones they same way they always have. With Epygi's digital signal processor (DSP), sound quality will actually improve. And many long distance calls will be significantly less expensive or even free.
Call worldwide through a VoIP service provider to any phone: dirt cheap. Call another Quadro in your wide area network: free. Got branch offices in Brussels, Dubai, Boston and Sydney? Collaborate without worry. Call toll free anytime.
Quadro gateways can also direct VoIP calls to specific users with the assistance of built-in routing tables. Dial a single number and reach traveling employees automatically. Transfer calls between countries the way you would between desks.
Your Rome office's Quadro allows you to make calls in Rome as if you were local. Yet you're dialing from a Miami street corner. A strategically placed Quadro gateway can enable local dialing into any city. The box and a high-speed Internet connection are all you need to establish a "virtual" branch office.
The analog Quadro FXO and Quadro ISDN gateways can each be used as low cost, mini points of presence. In this configuration, you remove the IP PBX altogether by assigning VoIP network direct international dialing (DID) numbers from an Internet service provider directly to the Quadro's lines. Remember, the Quadro gateway offers many IP PBX features including auto attendant and voicemail on some models.
Like their counterpart Quadro IP PBXs, Quadro gateways are packed with network security features including a stateful inspection firewall (one that examines every connection traversing all interfaces to establish their validity), VPNs (virtual private networks) and data encryption. Your call is safe and private.
Perhaps your company has a relatively new traditional PBX system. You know VoIP is the future of business communication for all kinds of reasons. You want the cost savings and extended features of IP telephony.
But maybe, even though it's rapidly becoming outdated, you're still amortizing your old telecom investment. You haven't finished paying for the old stuff or it's part of a lease. You bought a service contract. And your staff is comfortable with their phones, voicemail and associated systems.
There is a cost-effective, reliable way to progressively evolve into the converged Internet world and still protect a legacy investment. And it's likely to be less expensive than the stopgap offered by your PBX manufacturer.
Epygi's Quadro gateways act as VoIP network translators and mediators. They translate calls placed through the public switched telephone network (PSTN) - the "regular" telephone system - into digital data packets that are compatible with VoIP. The Quadro Gateway family...