I could be wrong on this terminology but I've always equated that to clear channel signaling over IP. This might not be the exact term but it's an example of TDM over VoIP. Essentially the VoIP backbone is routing the traffic not on a call-by-call basis but to a predetermined route, ex. T1 to T1. Here is a document.
The benefits of TDMoIP is that you can integrate legacy TDM networks (such as PBX's, telephony systems, channelised transmission systems, encrypted bit streams) into IP networks.
All good in theory, the gotchas are that you need the IP network to be very reliable (every bit counts in TDM systems!) and very low latency (TDM has no real concept of delay and extra delay may cause issues such as echo on voice calls that were never apparent on the original TDM system)
Cisco have a similar product called Circuit Emulation Over IP (CEoIP) for E1, T1 and serial interfaces -
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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