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PBX

  • Corporate-level call processing features
  • Full packet and circuit switching for maximum flexibility
  • TAPI support
The InstantOffice™ system provides a leading-edge PBX with all the sophisticated call control features your enterprise branch office or small to medium-sized business requires for corporate-level communications. Because this functionality is at the core of the Integrated Communications Platform, every InstantOffice voice and data application can fully leverage PBX capabilities—a powerful advantage for overall system performance.

Robust capabilities
The nonblocking digital PBX supports not only all standard call processing features, but also advanced inbound/outbound routing, tandem switching, and a uniform dialing plan with class-of-service access profiles for both packet- and circuit- switched calls. All this power translates into efficiency for your staff, who have streamlined call control available through both digital and standard analog phones.

Built-in support for new functionality
Moreover, as you upgrade and extend your InstantOffice platform with new communications capabilities, your integrated PBX will keep up. Any routing or switching feature you require for traditional voice services, IP telephony and fax can be similarly applied to data. The PBX will continue to support any application based on the Microsoft Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI) standard and enable you to adopt breakthrough capabilities like call processing over IP-based networks and distributed call centers.

Low-cost, flexible management
Finally, complete integration with the InstantOffice system means your PBX can be remotely managed and configured with a single, easy-to-use Web interface. With this ability, your centralized technical personnel can manage more PBX functionality—faster and with lower support costs.

InstantOffice PBX Specifications
System features
  • ANI routing
  • Authorization Codes
  • Automatic route selection (ARS)
  • Call detail recording
  • Digit insertion
  • Digit translation
  • Direct inward dial (DID)
  • Direct trunk select
  • DNIS routing
  • Fully SNMP instrumented
  • Hotline (ringdown)
  • Hunt groups for intelligent call distribution, including linear, circular, attendant, and ring all
  • Incoming caller ID
  • Individual user profiles
  • Message waiting notification: lamp, stutter dial tone, and key
  • Music on hold—WAV file, external CD
  • Power failure transfer
  • Station-to-station caller ID
  • TAPI
  • Telephone templates: analog and digital
  • Time-of-day inbound routing
  • Trunk groups
  • Uniform dialing plan
  • Voice over IP call processing
  • Fax call Processing
Telephone features
  • Autodial
  • Automatic line selection*
  • Transfer—blind and consultation
  • Block caller ID
  • Break-in*
  • Call forwarding—off premise, time-of-day
  • Call pickup: group and extension
  • Call return
  • Call waiting
  • Camp-on (callback)
  • Centrex flash
  • Conference
  • Direct Station Select/Busy Lamp Field (DSS/BLF)*
  • Do not disturb
  • Flash
  • Forward all calls
  • Forward calls—busy and no answer
  • Hold
  • Multiple line appearance*
  • Multiple message waiting indicators*
  • Outside lines
  • Page—system and zone*
  • Park—system, self, and directed
  • Redial
  • Shared line appearance*
  • Speaker/handset mute
  • System speed dial
  • Transfer to voice mail
  • Voice call (intercom)*
*available on digital phones only

Common system components
Resource switch card (standard with every chassis)
  • 12 analog phone ports
  • 12 10Base-T Ethernet hub ports
  • 6 analog trunk ports (including 2 power failure transfer ports)
  • Patented communications switch engine
  • 2 internal 56-Kbps modems (V.90 and K56)
  • Independent fault monitor subsystem
  • Compliance: FCC Part 15 Class A, FCC Part 68, IC CS-03, UL 1950, C-UL
  • Connectors: 50-pin RJ-21x (phone), RJ-45 (Ethernet), 3.5mm phono (line-in, line-out), 15-pin VGA
Optional expansion interfaces
Analog and digital station cards
  • 12- and 24-port versions available
  • Supports standard analog (Bellcore 2500 series), enhanced analog, and Vertical Networks digital telephones
  • Analog cards: -48V (onhook), -24V (offhook), REN 3B
  • Digital cards: Provides voice path, call control, and power over a single cable
  • Cable type and length: Category 3, 1000m maximum
  • Compliance: FCC Part 15 Class A, FCC Part 68, IC CS-03, UL 1950, C-UL
  • Connector: 50-pin RJ-21x
T1/PRI trunk module
  • 1- and 2-port versions available
  • Line rate: FT1 and T1 (64 Kbps-1.544 Mbps)
  • Framing: ESF, SF/D4
  • Line code: AMI, B8ZS
  • Integrated CSU/DSU
  • Compliance: FCC Part 15 Class A, FCC Part 68, IC CS-03, UL 1950, C-UL, ANSI T1.101 (MTIE), ANSI T1.403-1995, AT&T TR62411, AT&T TR54016
  • Connectors: RJ-48C, dual bantam (monitor jack)
T1/PRI trunk module w/drop and insert serial interface
  • Line rate: FT1 and T1 (64 Kbps—1.544 Mbps)
  • Framing: ESF, SF/D4
  • Line code: AMI, B8ZS
  • Integrated CSU/DSU
  • Serial interface: V.35 DCE
  • Compliance: FCC Part 15 Class A, FCC Part 68, IC CS-03, UL 1950, C-UL, ANSI T1.101 (MTIE), ANSI T1.403-1995, AT&T TR62411, AT&T TR54016, CCITT V.35
  • Connectors: RJ-48C, dual bantam (monitor jack), DB-60
Analog trunk module
  • 4- and 8-port versions available
  • Loop start, ground start, and DID versions available
  • REN: 0.56 B
  • Impedance: 600 ohms
  • Compliance: FCC Part 15 Class A, FCC Part 68, IC CS-03, UL 1950, C-UL
  • Connector: 50-pin RJ-21x

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