Multi-Link Introduces New Revision for ACP Out-of-Band Network Switch

New Generation of Product Enhances and Secures Network Support Applications. Multi-Link Inc., a Kentucky based DataCom equipment manufacturer, today introduced the new ACP Series 2.0 Out-of-Band Network Switch and Call Router.
 
 
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Sept. 5, 2012 - PRLog -- NICHOLASVILLE, KY, September 5, 2012 - Multi-Link Inc., a Kentucky based DataCom equipment manufacturer, today introduced the new ACP Series 2.0 Out-of-Band Network Switch and Call Router. Three new models (ACP-300, ACP-500, ACP-900) replace the popular and reliable Polnet ACP Series, a longtime mainstay for telco’s, utilities, and professional interconnects. The ACP Series 2.0 will start shipping the first week of September 2012.

“Over the past few years, our valued customers have provided insightful suggestions regarding the current ACP series, submitting enhancements and features that would make the product better, easier to install, more user friendly, and broaden the application potential," said Larry Anderson, Multi-Link president. “We used this input and have what we now believe is the most robust and versatile processor available on the market.”

“We noticed a demand shift in the market for our line-sharing equipment from traditional telephony applications over to IT network integration,” stated Scott Shelton, Multi-Link director of marketing. “The new ACP Series 2.0 has been specifically enhanced for IT/DataCom businesses providing remote network support, such as managed service providers. Network support applications are ubiquitous in Fortune 500 companies as well as all types of government agencies, and reach across industries such as Petroleum, Utilities, Telco, Foodservice, Banking, POS, and Retail. The ACP Series 2.0 Switch provides secure out-of-band network access, affordability, and no cost of ownership, so it’s easy to make a business case for deployment.”

Some notable new features for the ACP Series 2.0 Switch include hacker shield protection, simplified installation, caller ID store and forward, 12VDC input, and user assignable emergency barge-in ports for critical outbound transmissions. The traditional line-sharing functionality provides significant telecom cost savings. The ACP units allow up to nine telephony devices to share a single telephone line, eliminating costly phone lines and saving up to $400/month per site. Businesses with multiple remote sites can realize a significant ROI in 3 months or less.

Founded in 1987, Multi-Link, Inc. is a Kentucky-based manufacturer dedicated to the development and marketing of high quality DataCom devices, including remote power management and telephony switching equipment, for a wide variety of commercial and government applications. As the leading company in telephone line sharing products, thousands of companies employ Multi-Link devices to reduce their telecommunications cost through more efficient use of phone lines. Many customers have achieved millions of dollars in phone cost savings and most customers achieve their ROI in less than 90 days. Made in U.S.A.

Learn more by visiting www.multi-link.net or calling 800.535.4651.



Contact information:
Larry Anderson
Multi-Link, Inc.
122 Dewey Drive
Nicholasville,  KY 40356
800-535-4651 x226
landerson@multi-link.net

Scott Shelton
Multi-Link, Inc.
122 Dewey Drive
Nicholasville,  KY 40356
800-535-4651 x225
sshelton@multi-link.net
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