Dialogic Brooktrout SR140 Fax Software is a host-based Fax over IP (FoIP) engine that leverages existing field-proven Dialogic Brooktrout fax technology to deliver the high levels of performance, reliability, and scalability of Dialogic Brooktrout fax hardware products.
In combination with solutions from Dialogic's software partners, Brooktrout SR140 allows organizations to deploy fax servers and fax server applications for document management, business process automation, and regulatory compliance with Sarbanes Oxley, HIPAA, and Basel II.
Integrates with VoIP networks
Can reduce long distance bills and lower administrative and maintenance costs.
Exceptionally low CPU utilization
It provides efficient, high-performance, host-based fax processing, leaving more processing power for other applications.
T.38 IP fax protocol implementation encapsulates Dialogic Brooktrout T.30 fax data stream
Leverages 20 years of experience with the T.30 stack which is constantly enhanced to maintain interoperability with new fax equipment and to enable a high degree of reliability and efficient fax processing.
G.711 fax pass-through
Can support fax on a VoIP network when a gateway or IP network operator does not support T.38, broadening the range of possible installations.
V.34 transmission speeds for both T.38 and G.711
Can process faxes at twice the speed of V.17 fax products, reducing long distance toll costs.
Voice play and record and DTMF detection and generation
Allows fax integration into IVR and call center systems for improved customer satisfaction.
Server virtualization support
It enables the deployment of fax server applications on virtual machines with leading server virtualization software, which increases data center efficiency and provides failover for mission-critical fax applications.
IPv6 supportProduct Highlights
It allows the flexibility to configure Brooktrout SR140 to support IPv4 only, IPv6 only, and two hybrid fallback modes - IPv4 preferred and IPv6 preferred.
- API support for collection of network quality metrics