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Latest Version / Release Date: 2.5.4 / Not Specified
The Pace ISDN Professional PPP provides simple and affordable video calling for small businesses and remote offices. It integrates camera, microphone and speaker system into a single compact module. It connects to in the least television for video output. This version is fully IP compatible requiring a connection with a maximum data rate of 512 kbps. It comes with a multi-function remote control and gives near CD quality sound and full motion video. Responding to an expanding hole in the market, modem manufacturer PMC Consumer Electronics has given its ISDN terminal adapter a make-over by adding together fax and voice messaging capabilities to its specification. The result is the Pace ISDN Professional. Pace ISDN Professional PPP hardware is fairly conventional. Connection to the host PC is, like an external modem, by the use of a serial cable.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The reasoning behind this is that the traditional market for ISDN products has been businesses that are more than likely already catered for by a centralized voice messaging facility or fax machine. For businesses, it is there to do fairly specific tasks - to connect to another ISDN device for file transfers, for example, or to enable video conferencing or to connect to the Internet. Although ISDN is not as popular in UK homes as in other European countries, it is now pushing its ISDN-compatible service, Highway. This is aimed squarely at home users and small businesses and both will tend to be attracted to a solution which includes voice and fax capabilities, like the Pace ISDN Pro. Two-channel 128K bits/second aggregation is available and a fast 230K bits/sec serial rate is supported if you have a suitably fast serial port fitted to your PC. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Pace ISDN Professional PPP errors before installing any driver updates.