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October 26, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 6:52pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Parsippany, New Jersey-based Dialogic Corp has a new range of Asynchronous Transfer Mode PCI adapter cards for computer telephony servers. It claims that the ATM cards will increase the number of calls servers can route from a local area network onto the phone system. Current systems are limited to 1,024 channels, and Dialogic claims it can improve the capacity to the equivalent of an ATM switch connected to the server. The cards come in 25Mbps ATM, and 155Mbps ATM, and are manufactured by Montreal, Canada-based InnoMedia Logic. Dialogic is bundling them with a specially written ATM computer telephony toolkit, and selling them to systems integrators, priced at $2,200 for the ATM/25 and $3,200 for the ATM/155. Shipments are promised by the end of the year.

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