Patton High-Density VoIP Gateway Wins 2021 Product of the Year

2021 INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year::  SmartNode SN4740

Over the decades, Patton has won so many awards I can barely keep track of them all. This year, the SmartNode™ SN4740 High-Density Analog FXS VoIP Gateway has scored yet another prize for the brand.

Now in 2021, the prize-winning product from Patton delivers reliable IP telephony and unified communications for MTU/MDU and hotel/motel/hospitality environments.

SN4740 hotel application
SN4740 hotel application

In case you missed it, we have covered this product before in some earlier blogs…

>>UC for MTU/MDU or Campus…  [part I]
>>UC for Hotels… [part II]

VoIP for campuses, apartments, hospitality. First announced one year ago, the SN4740 is designed to enable unified communications (UC), SIP trunking, and IP telephony for hotels, motels, MTU/MDU or campus environments using analog phones.

SmartNode SN4740 Front View
SmartNode SN4740 Front View

Six Miles! Remarkably, the SN4740 can extend 128 FXS lines up to six miles or more while converting the analog voice from existing legacy handsets into a packetized data stream for transmission over the Internet using a SIP-Trunk service.

SmartNode SN4740 Rear View Showing RJ-21 Interface
SmartNode SN4740 Rear View Showing RJ-21 Interface

There is more. For further details, check the press release. . .

>>Patton Awarded 2021 Product of the Year by Internet Telephony
for its High-Density Analog VoIP Gateway

What do you think?

  • Would you prefer to keep your analog phones or can you afford to replace them with SIP hard phones?
  • Which benefits of transitioning to IP telephony are most attractive to your business?

Add your thoughts in the comments below…

W. Glendon Flowers
Product Marketing Manager | Patton LLC
Glendon is responsible for creating corporate marketing and technical content including press releases, web copy, white papers, case studies, educational and tutorial pieces as well as other publications. He serves as editor-in-chief for Patton's email newsletter and other outbound communications. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from UMUC and a Bachelor of Music in percussion performance from UMCP. Mr. Flowers is a single father with three adult daughters: Lauren, Hannah & Sarah (twins). He plays guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, and percussion and enjoys composing and arranging music and songs.

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