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Award-Winner: Telos VX Broadcast VoIP Phone System

System is scalable and uses Ethernet to share phone lines and connect system components

Photo by Jim Peck
Radio World this month profiles the recipients of our 2010 “Cool Stuff” Award.

Steve Church had a good NAB Show. He was honored with the NAB Engineering Achievement Award for earlier contributions to telco and and audio coding, even as he and his company introduced another cool product, what they call the first multi-studio VoIP phone system for broadcast.

The VX System is scalable and uses Ethernet to share phone lines and connect system components. VX works with any VoIP-based PBX or SIP-trunking Telco service to direct up to 80 lines of phone traffic. Via gateways, VX can also connect to traditional Telco lines including T1/E1, ISDN and POTS. VX is a robust multi-studio phone system with a minimal price point.

Shown from left are Michael Dosch, Tony Thimet, Oleg Krylov, Maris Sprancis and Ioan Rus.

Price: VX Engine $6,995, VX Director $995
Shipping: Third quarter
Info: (216) 241-7225 or www.telos-systems.com/vx/

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