SYSTEL IP is a “call-in” system with multiconference capability that drastically reduces the costs for this type of communications. Further, it significantly improves the audio quality, increases the flexibility and integration with already existing telephone systems at the station. The investment required is very small and will be amortized very rapidly through simple saving of costs.
AEQ has continuously been offering innovative solutions and in line with the available technology: In 1994 AEQ developed the Systel 3000 conference system with control for digital telephone hybrids on conventional telephone lines in console multiplex format. Other manufacturers were offering call-queue oriented interfaces.
In 2004 AEQ launched the Systel 6000, with a new architecture: High quality ISDN lines with AudioCodecs, POTS, leased lines and point to point-to-point IP Audio (RTP). The system incorporated a 4-wire digital matrix that allows console format multiplex and multi-conferencing of up to 40 different channels.
Now, AEQ presents its third generation of SYSTEL talk-show and multi-conference systems. The system continues being built around a digital router and we are using lines from IP telephony systems implementing a flexible and dynamic control. Further, the call-in-queue is controlled simultaneously with the multiplex functions for the comfort of all users.