Comrex Upgrades Traversal Server Service with Switchboard

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Devens, MA - Jan 28, 2014 - Comrex has completed a major upgrade to its popular BRIC Traversal Server (or BRIC-TS) service for the Access and Bric-Link IP audio codecs. The newly retooled service has been rebranded Comrex Switchboard Traversal Server. Switchboard TS for audio is a feature that allows for presence notification, status and connection help (NAT Traversal) via a cloud-based service that is free to use for Comrex Access IP codec customers. The feature is included in all Comrex Access IP audio codecs and can be unlocked on Comrex Bric-Link codecs for a small license unlock fee.

Comrex will migrate all existing Bric-TS accounts to the new Switchboard TS on Jan. 28, 2014, and the changeover will be seamless for existing users. While customers will experience an improved graphical user interface, they should note two main improvements to the management tools in Switchboard. Specifically, Contact Lists and Shares have simplified the task of managing a large fleets of Access and Bric-Link codecs.

Complete and detailed instructions about changes to Switchboard TS are available online.

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