[VoiceOps] Request for Opinions: High density ATA's

Matthew Yaklin myaklin at firstlight.net
Thu Mar 21 12:03:13 EDT 2019

When I read your email the first thought that popped into my head was a bunch of Calix E5-111s used for pennies on the dollar. They are simply ADSL/POTs boxes. 48 ports of pots. But each line registers individually. But at least the box is stupid dumb and you handle everything on the switch side. I would not want anything complex on site barring a distinct requirement. Of course just turn off the ADSL.

Why do you prefer that the lines do not register individually? Do you have a requirement for so much box intelligence in their closets?

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From: VoiceOps <voiceops-bounces at voiceops.org> on behalf of Ryan Delgrosso <ryandelgrosso at gmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2019 11:55:37 AM
To: voiceops at voiceops.org
Subject: [VoiceOps] Request for Opinions: High density ATA's

I have found myself with a number of hospital opportunities and
servicing the staff with IP phones is a no-brainer, however there is the
need for multi-hundred room connectivity for patient room phones and the
staff mandate is to keep it analog because "ip phones there will grow

I am looking for 24+ port density with amphenol connectors, and ideally
some kind of rudimentary internal routing so i dont need to register all
24 discreet ports and can route by some header (to or uri) within a
single registration.

Right now im looking at AudioCodes and the Sangoma Vega series. Obihai
would be my natural choice here but don't have anything that fits my
density requirements.

Any opinions on these or others I should consider. Anyone deploy these
and can speak to the experience?

Thanks in advance


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