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Upgraded SIP Gateway enhances intercom functions

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The software increases reach between systems.

N-SP80 master station

Images courtesy TOA Canada.

TOA Canada, based in Mississauga, Ont., has unveiled a new N-8000 Internet Protocol (IP) intercom system, which uses upgraded Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Gateway software to integrated with telephony systems, including TOA’s N-SP80 product line.

N-8000 SIP Gateway now provides enhanced two-way communications, increased reach between intercom systems and an improved paging function to door stations through the SIP master station.

“We have opened up the system to operate within five speech paths, but now dial specific desk stations, covering an unlimited amount of N-8000 locations,” explains product development engineer Ibrahim Chehade. “The other key transformation is a person can call to a specific extension in both directions and have the call display the extension from where the call originated show up on the other end.”

“By pressing a couple of dial pad codes, individuals can page to one or multiple zones,” says regional sales manager Warren Strem.

Moreover, door remote controls can be accessed through the N-SP80 master station across the gateway.

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