For Service Providers

REDCOM Server 1600

Powerful and efficient server for service providers

A compact, powerful, and ruggedized Intel®-based computing platform, proudly engineered and assembled in the USA by REDCOM.

REDCOM Server 1600

REDCOM Server 1600 is the ideal platform for running REDCOM Sigma® software, enabling carriers to quickly roll out new services as an adjunct to an existing core switch from REDCOM or third party vendors.

REDCOM leveraged decades of hardware design experience to build Server 1600 to withstand the test of time. The system uses extended lifecycle components and is backed by a three-year hardware warranty from REDCOM.

Key features

REDCOM Server 1600 uses extended lifecycle components and meets MIL-STD-810 specifications for temperature, altitude, vibration, and shock resistance.

  • Backed by a three-year hardware warranty from REDCOM
  • Fourth generation Intel Core i7 processor with four dual-threaded cores running at 3.2GHz
  • Full processing speed across an extended operating range (0° to 50° C)
  • Operating system agnostic
  • Ideal server for virtualization: supports hypervisor platforms such as VMware®, KVM, and Xen
  • Dual 2.5” SATA drive bays supporting removable solid-state drives (SSD) to minimize moving parts
  • Four 1-Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • Intel DPDK technology
  • Dual Power Inputs
  • Built-in AC power supply
  • Wide range of power input 90–264 VAC
  • DC input 18–36 VDC
  • Run AC, DC, or both for redundant power

A fully integrated IP call controller

What do you get when you combine our Server 1600 hardware with our flagship Sigma® call control platform? A rugged, reliable, and fully integrated IP call controller that can scale to support service providers of all sizes.

  • Can be deployed as a stand-alone softswitch or as a UC complement to an existing core switch
  • Virtual PBX or Voice Mail adjunct
  • Industry-leading security
  • Flexible translator
  • Versatile media services (including transcoding and transrating)
  • Secure conferencing engine
  • Unified communications
  • Standards-based interoperability