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Patton Now Shipping 128-port FXS VoIP Gateway
The award-winning SmartNode™ SN4740 High-Density Analog FXS VoIP Gateway from Patton delivers reliable IP telephony for hospitality, apartment, transportation, mining, and campus requirements
Three Form Factors
The newly available higher port densities come in a 4U enclosure. The 1U and 2U models, offering 16, 25 and 32-port densities, have been shipping since early 2020.
VoIP for campus, MTU/MDU, hotel/motel applications
First announced early 2020, the SN4740 is designed to IP-enable large numbers of analog phones. The product gives hospitality, apartment-building, transportation, mining, and campus operations a quick and easy way to convert their phone system to unified communications (UC) and replace old-fashioned PSTN trunks with a state-of-the-
"This gateway goes the extra mile," said Burton A. Patton, Executive Vice President at Patton. "The SN4740 immediately provides dial-tone for a slew of analog phones already installed in hotels, apartments, military bases, parking lots, roadways, railways, mining tunnels, campus environments, you-name-it. The FXS lines can reach handsets more than 6 miles away from the installed gateway."
The SN4740 can extend each FXS line up to six miles or more. The device converts analog voice from traditional telephone handsets into a packetized data stream for transmission over a SIP-Trunking service.
The SN4740 supports message waiting indication (MWI). Many VoIP products do NOT support MWI. Yet the feature is essential for hotels, motels, multi-tenant-
Double the Power
A redundant power supply is an available option on every SN4740 SKU. For a system designer, integrator, or network engineer selecting a VoIP gateway manufacturer, the redundant power supply makes the decision an easy one.
Finally, as a SmartNode-brand product, all services can be provisioned, orchestrated, monitored, managed, and scaled up or down—in real time—all from the Patton Cloud.
In August, Patton introduced the world's first Dante AV encoder and decoder (https://www.patton.com/