Quintum Announces Survivable Tenor

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Quintum Announces Survivable Tenor

In a special edition of the company’s newsletter Tenor Notes, Quintum Technologies today announced the launch of a new Survivable Tenor to support all legacy equipment, local PSTN connectivity, and survivability of all VoIP endpoints of the local IP telephony network. It’s designed for enterprises deploying VoIP in IP-PBX branch offices, or service providers deploying hosted IP-PBX services CPE and IP Centrex CPE.
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