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Computer Protocol Malaysia (CpIP) GWs

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    Nikola
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    Does anyone have tested Analogue VoIP GW from Computer Protocol Malaysia (CpIP).
    They are claming that his GW has interoperability with other Vendors (Cisco) and complete Billing Solution (Prepaid/Postpaid)

    If someone could give me some indication about quality of these VoIP GW and comparable results with other GWs?
    I am intending to start with VoIP business and need to purchase one complete but affordable solution.

    Thanks for any inputs

    #21558 Reply
    scott
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    is it really work with Cisco?
    the quality itself is good, but i didnt heard it works with Cisco

    #21559 Reply
    nikola
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    Hi Scott

    I have heard that CPM has SW (Open Platform) which enabling CpIP GW to work with Cisco.

    How do you know that quality of Voice is good?
    Do you have any comparation?

    #21560 Reply
    zero
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    CPM does NOT currently work with cisco, only E1 version of CPM, which is based on Natural Microsystems Fusion cards work with CPM and in one direction only.

    As about quality, CPM quality is good we have it, the main problem for us is that it has no enough configuration options to make it work with other gateways.

    #21561 Reply
    Maha
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    Is any carrier Looking CPM platform to do Sri Lnaka I ahve a 24 port ready.

    #21562 Reply
    loyd
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    could you pls tell me the address of the website of the Computer Protocol Malaysia ?

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