AddPac, an industry leader in the development, manufacture, and marketing of extended range VoIP, Mobile, IP Telephony, Video Conference, IP broadcasting solutions, has developed complete performance oriented solution. Enterprise traffic control solution AP-TC1000 traffic controller is one of them. This traffic control solution is for QoS policy management, process/resource allocation, traffic monitoring/analyzing, traffic shaping and traffic prioritizing. It features two(2) port 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet interface and one(1) multiservice slot for various network modules. AP-TC1000 provides the service providers with the most technically advanced policy based traffic management helping them guarantee performance for their business critical applications. Combined with diverse AddPac's VoIP, Video, IP telephony solutions, it enables the enterprise customers to achieve the easy and efficient traffic management and bandwidth optimization leveraging the richest QoS service.
The collaborative IP communications such as VoIP, IP based video services are rapidly emerging as the future of communications expanding their market as customer's demand grows. Now more than ever, while service quality is getting crucial, questions still remain on the quality in broadband network to carry heavy volume traffic for various business critical applications integrated with hardware type video conferencing equipment, video phone, IP broadcasting equipment, network DVR equipment. Through the use of AddPac's advanced, policy based bandwidth management technology, AP-TC1000 delivers ideal QoS solution for the high-end IP communication application ensuring reliable and consistent service quality in a mixed, real network.
AddPac AP-TC1000 features LAN-to-LAN QoS routing using two(2) Fast Ethernet and optionally provides modular type WAN interface QoS router function. WAN interface modules that AP-TC1000 provides are V.35(1-port, 2-port, 6-port) interface, ATM(E1/T1, DS3, OC-3) interface and POS(DS3). AP-TC1000 supports IPv4/IPv6 dual stack and various basic routing protocols such as Static, RIP, RIPng, OSPFv2/v3, BGP4.