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Callpilot platform 703t - 1002 rp - what is the difference?

Callpilot platform 703t - 1002 rp - what is the difference?

Callpilot platform 703t - 1002 rp - what is the difference?

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Can someone tell me what is the difference between a 703t and a 1002 rp CallPilot?  I believe the RP to be a rack mount, and the 703t to be a tower.  Are there any other characteristics that would make a difference?  Thanks much

Mike

RE: Callpilot platform 703t - 1002 rp - what is the difference?

The 703t server is the CallPilot midrange-capacity multimedia telephony server.

The 703t server has a capacity of up to 96 voice channels (less if fax or speech recognition channels are provisioned) and 1,200 hours of storage.

The 703t base model comes populated with:
- One MPB96 card (in a PCI slot) for 96 MPU of DSP capacity. No additional MPB96 cards are required.
- One RAID controller (in a PCI slot).

The 1002rp rackmount server is the CallPilot high-end capacity multimedia telephony server.

The 1002rp server has a capacity of up to 192 voice channels and 2,400 hours of storage.

The base model comes populated with:
- One MPB96 card (in a PCI slot) for 96 MPU of DSP capacity. No additional MPB96 cards are required. For high capacity, up to three MPB96 cards can be installed in a 1002rp, providing a maximum of 192 channels and 288 MPUs.
- One RAID controller (in a PCI slot).

Hope it helps.

Erwin

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