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23 October, 2014

On our production line at BAS-IP appeared two novelties, SIP-servers BAS-IP SIP-PBX 16 and SIP-PBX-200.

In point of fact, SIP-server is the up-to-date IP mini-PBX. By its means you can make calls between internal and external subscribers both within the local network and outside it, being in any part of the world. BAS-IP outdoor panels and internal monitors, software clients for the desktop and portable PCs, clients that are used on mobile phones, also typical IP-gateways and IP-telephones can serve as subscribers.

With this SIP-server you can distribute incoming calls for several subscribers at a given time and for several subscribers at chosen time intervals, make calls to a group of people or search the calls inside the group, and also transfer them.

The operating principle of this equipment is really easy: firstly you should install purchased SIP-server at home or office then do some configurations on the frame relay access device, and once installed you are all set up to answer a call with video picture, open the door lock, watch the video and monitor the outdoor panel from anywhere upon condition that the computer or telephone is connected to the Internet. If set-up correctly you can view and run internal communications via the SIP-servers and software phones within network absolutely free. In case that the connection is made remotely, you would only pay for the internet use according to the provider tariff.

We are delighted about our first novelty BAS-IP SIP-PBX 16. It fits perfectly in a flat, country cottage or small office. The retail cost of this equipment is 210 Euro this is the small price for the SIP-PBX 16 model that gives you the possibility to make up to 16 connections with video picture. 16 SIP accounts are being pre-installed for this model.

Technical features:

  • Sound transmission supported codecs – G.711 (a-Law и μ-Law), ADPCM, G.722, G.723.1, G.726, G.728, G.729, GSM, ILBC, Speex
  • Video transfer supported codecs – H.264, H.263, H.263+
  • Support – DTMF RFC 2833, SIP Info, DTMF Audio

The second novelty is BAS-IP SIP-PBX 200. The recommended retail cost is 420 Euro, SIP server itself is perfect for installation in the middle-sized and huge office (or multi-apartment house), replacing completely the internal IP-PBX. The maximal quantity of simultaneously made up calls with video picture is 200 connections in the meantime. 200 SIP accounts are being pre-installed for this model.

Technical features:

  • Sound transmission supported codecs – G.711 (a-Law и μ-Law), ADPCM, G.722, G.723.1, G.726, G.728, G.729, GSM, ILBC, Speex.
  • Video transfer supported codecs – H.264, H.263, H.263+.
  • Support – DTMF RFC 2833, SIP Info, DTMF Audio.

SIP servers are available for sale from October 2014.