Telco Systems bows new line of business routers

Telco Systems releases a new series of multi-service routers for businesses. (Pixabay)

Telco Systems announced it has released its new family of multi-service routers and integrated access devices, which is called the T-Marc R3305 series.

Telco Systems said the new router series enables service providers to deliver value-added services—such as VPN, telephony, and internet access services—to small office, home office (SOHO), small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and small to medium-sized enterprise (SME) customers and their enterprise branches.

For connectivity, the new router platform supports WAN, LAN and VoIP for deployment versatility and lower integration costs. It's also a dual-stack IPv4 and IPv6 router with backup and load balancing capabilities across WAN connections.


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Telco Systems said it has already received millions of dollars of orders for the new router series across Europe and the United States.

"In today's economy, telcos and managed service providers are looking to generate new revenues by expanding their portfolio of value-added services. Our new T-Marc R3305 series is an ideal solution for enabling service providers to unlock enterprise-class features to SOHOs, SMBs and enterprise branches," said Telco Systems CEO Ariel Efrati, in a statement. "We are pleased with the initial orders we have received and have strong expectations this new product release will attract additional orders from both existing and new service providers customers."

Telco Systems considers Audiocodes and Ribbon to be the main competitors for its new line of business routers.

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