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Rhino Ceros1U-500GB-ST Knowing that Rhino products are ready to perform right out of the box means that you can spend more time developing important customer relationships. The Ceros 1U comes preloaded with Linux and Asterisk, along with all the necessary configurations for the specific installed Rhino hardware. All that is needed is to customize extensions and other outside system environment configurations.
The Ceros 1U chassis was designed with VARs in mind. The chassis comes with no external markings or silkscreening, and comes shipped in two cartons -- an outside carton that can be discarded so that a pristine, inside carton can be cleanly shipped to your end customer. Rhino Equipment Corp. offers you a complete line of low cost PCI plug-in cards including Single T1/E1, Dual T1/E1, Quad T1/E1, Quad FXO analog, Octal FXS/FXO and 24-port analog mixed mode analog interfaces. And don’t forget the full line of Rhino Channel Bank products, for large scale analog FXS or FXO applications. Rhino designed products are tough. In the rare case of trouble, our technical support staff is ready to give you the support you need, when you need it. Our 5-year, limited warranty means that you can be confident that Rhino will always work hard in your Open Source Telephony application.
Q: How many concurrent calls can the Rhino Ceros1U-500GB-ST handle with current RAM? Also, will it peer with an Avaya S8400, Panasonic KX-NCP500, and Toshiba Strata CIX40?
A: The amount of concurrent calls with be based on technology as well as software and hardware restrictions. This system is natively SIP, but will also support analog, and TDM cards for those type of connections. The other PBX's you mention would either have to be SIP enabled, or you would need to setup some type of tie-line connection with analog or TDM boards. So, to answer your first question, it depends on what type of connections you were looking to do. It supports 120 Concurrent SIP calls.