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PCN UltraEdge VoIP System Now Available

 
November 28, 2012


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A provider of connectivity solutions for legacy copper wiring, PCN recently introduced the UltraEdge system for rapid, cost-effective deployment of VoIP and unified communication data networks.

The UltraEdge system has a single Ethernet connection to access the Internet or outside data networks. It requires limited IT knowledge for installation and enables access and transport for IP device connectivity at every edge.

Built on PCN’s patented “Dynamic Adaptive Channeling” data prioritization algorithms, the system boasts of maximum capabilities and feature rich applications. Utilizing any grade copper, the UltraEdge VoIP system easily interfaces to existing junction boxes, legacy PBX (News - Alert) consoles or other wiring infrastructure already in place.

A true IP networked solution, the system leverages PCN’s high-performance 19” rackmount multichannel server for 10/100 IP transport to every UltraEdge module, which enables access for VoIP-enabled phones or other devices. It also allows owners and integrators to instantly take advantage of legacy wiring, without worrying about running any new structured cabling.

In a statement, Jeff Davis, VP of Sales for PCN, said, “PCN provides its UltraEdge VoIP and unified communication systems and services largely to qualified network providers, system integrators, and large enterprise customers. They continue to tell us they need a solution that not only solves the IP integration problem across legacy copper for any wiring topology, but one that also allows them to continue using existing analog and digital solutions until their entire IP migration is complete. The PCN UltraEdge system does just that.”

Additionally, the UltraEdge VoIP system supports third party standard Layer 2 and Layer 3 Ethernet switching, QoS and a variety of network security features like port security, multi-level passwords, DoD protections, SSH and SSL for encryption.

In related news, PCN recently announced the completion and close-out of its latest growth round, totaling $5.25 million in financing. PCN is achieving increased growth in building, security, access control and other automation and control markets. The capital is being used for the hiring of additional human resources for customer project management, product marketing, strategic account management & technical applications support.

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Edited by Rachel Ramsey

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