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August 13, 2010

InnoMedia Intros EMTA 9528-4B for Providing Higher Bandwidth to MSO Networks Serving Enterprise Customers

By Raja Singh Chaudhary SIP Trunking Report Contributor

InnoMedia, Inc., a provider of enterprise Voice over Internet Protocol or ‘VoIP’ solutions, has announced the new enterprise class DOCSIS 3.0 4-port Embedded Multimedia Terminal Adaptors or eMTAs that features 8 downstream channel bonding, 4 upstream channel bonding, and 24 UGS SIDs, and will be helpful for delivering enhanced performance in advanced Multi System Operator or MSO networks.

The company has been offering its services in the United States, Singapore, Taiwan and China since the year 1995, and offers Internet and broadband access IP Telephony solutions to broadband service providers and distribution partners.

Named as EMTA 9528-4B, the new device by InnoMedia is the first 4-port eMTA that offers over 300 Mbps downstream, 120 Mbps upstream, and 24 UGS SIDs, the company says. It will enable high-speed data bandwidth that will fulfill the needs of enterprise markets and MSOs, who wish to have a competitive edge over their competitors.

The solution is an embedded 4 voice port eMTA device, and features a number of enterprise friendly and primary line VoIP features that have been specifically designed for DOCSIS 3.0 cable networks with PacketCable DQoS. Apart from offering various telephony business features, such as ground start/loop start and OSI for business Private Branch Exchanges or ‘PBXs,’ T.38 and G.711 fallback fax support, credit card modem transmission, foreign voltage detection, and DC open loop alarm triggering, the EMTA 9528-4B is also compatible with PacketCable 1.5 provisioning and provides a host of other call features as well, such as device-based 3-way calling, Caller ID, Call Waiting, Call Forwarding, Call Return, Caller ID Blocking, Call Trace and Automatic Callback. An internal battery backup powers the EMTA 9528-4B, which is able to support up to 4 hours of uninterrupted talk time when all 4 telephone lines are used simultaneously. To know more about InnoMedia EMTA 9528-4B, please visit

In July 2010, InnoMedia Inc. announced that it had successfully completed a customer trial of its ESBC 8528-4B, an integrated Enterprise Session Initiation Protocol or ‘SIP’ Gateway with Device-Initiated DQoS. The trial was conducted by Source Cable on a DOCSIS cable system. ESBC 8528-4B is part of company’s portfolio of enterprise VoIP products, which includes Enterprise SIP Gateways, IPPBX, IP Phones, multi-port eMTA, and ATAs with business features. The device has been endorsed by Clearcable Networks.

Raja Singh Chaudhary is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raja's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Juliana Kenny
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