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Avaya Phones Цифровые телефоны серии 14хх Цифровые телефоны серии 24хх IP телефоны серии 16хх IP телефоны серии 96хх DECT телефоны серии 37хх WiFi телефоны.

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1 Avaya Phones Цифровые телефоны серии 14хх Цифровые телефоны серии 24хх IP телефоны серии 16хх IP телефоны серии 96хх DECT телефоны серии 37хх WiFi телефоны серии 36хх Видеофоны А-175 Avaya vs Cisco

2 Avaya 1400 Series Digital Deskphones

3 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series Digital Deskphones Design, keys and user guidance similar to IP phones Mix of new generation IP/Digital Phones Feature set similar to 24xx, 54xx or T3 White backlit displays; high quality hands-free Stand foot adjustable in two positions (standing / flat) Wall mountable (optional) Integrated head-set interface Available in black SW requirements: – Avaya Aura TM CM or later – IP Office R 6.0 or later – Integral Enterprise at least E07 or IEE2

4 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved , 1408, 1416 Series Digital Deskphones Avaya 1408 Avaya 1416 Avaya 1403 (IPO only) Phone for Walkup or simple Everyday User 3 buttons with LED (red/ green) and paper label Backlit display 2 lines Phone for Everyday user 8 buttons with LED (red/ green) and paper label Backlit display 3 lines Headset Interface Phone for Navigators, assistants, managers 16 buttons with LED (red/green) and paper label Backlit display 4 lines Headset Interface Option 32 Button Modul

5 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series Digital Deskphones Avaya 1408 Telephone set for Everyday user Display 3 rows by 26 characters (181 x 40 Pixel) Backlit display Call / Message waiting indicator (red LED) 8 administrable buttons – with dual LEDs (red, green) Four-way navigation cluster button Three contextual softkey buttons Volume button – (separate volume levels in the handset, headset, speaker, and ringer) Fix buttons for Avaya-Menu, message waiting, redial, transfer, conference Headset interface and headset button

6 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series Digital Deskphones Avaya 1416 Telephone set for Essentials users Display 4 rows by 26 characters (181 x 56 Pixel) with adjustable display angle Backlit display (white not green) Call / Message waiting indicator (red LED) 16 administrable buttons – with dual LEDs (red, green) Four-way navigation cluster button Three contextual softkey buttons Volume button – (separate volume levels in the handset, headset, speaker, and ringer) Fix buttons for Avaya-Menu, message waiting, redial, transfer, conference Headset interface and headset button Extensible with 2x 32 Button Module DBM32 (Optional) With CM earlier then 6.0 only one Module supported

7 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series Digital Deskphones 32 Button Module DBM32 For max. 32 administrable buttons Signalling through Led-Keys (red, green) Requires Power Supply Type 1151C1 or 1151C2 (corresponding power cord is required) At CM / IP Office phone SW R04 required

8 Avaya 2400 Series Digital Deskphones

9 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series Digital Deskphones The 2400 series digital telephones simplify access to important features with: – Up to 10 fixed feature keys with global-ready icons: Hold, Conference, Transfer, Drop, Redial, Mute, Volume Up/Down, Speaker, Message and Feature (to access additional dial pad features) – Up to 24 programmable call appearance/feature keys that are electronically labeled – 4 menu/display navigation keys (2410 and 2420 only) Call log (48 entries on 2410; 100 entries on 2420) Local speed dials (48 with 2410, 104 with 2420) Two way speakerphone (except 2402) Message waiting indicator Built-in headset jack (except 2402) 8 personalized ring patterns Hearing aid compatibility Investment protection with downloadable firmware (except 2402) Wall mountable with included desk/wall mount stand Local language customization for phone menu (except 2402)

10 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series Digital Deskphones

11 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series Digital Deskphones

12 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Migration Digital Deskphones (8 Call Appearance and Feature Buttons) larger display, paperles on the road map xx new 6402D 24xx (16 Call Appearance and Feature Buttons) If 4-line display und 16 LED-buttons are enough, 1416 can be used

13 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series Digital Deskphones Avaya 1403 (for IPO only) Telephone set for Walkup or Everyday user Display 2 rows by 18 characters (128 x 25 Pixel) Backlit display Call / Message waiting indicator (red LED) 3 administrable buttons – with dual LEDs (red, green) Volume button – (separate volume levels in the handset, speaker, and ringer) Fix buttons for Avaya-Menu, redial, transfer, conference

14 Avaya 1600 Series IP Deskphones

15 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series IP Deskphones A Familiar, Functional Interface The 1600 Series IP Deskphones combine the best of past and present. Fixed keys – familiar to any phone user – provide easy access to the most common features. Meanwhile, flexible softkeys provide contextual guidance and prompts for ease of use and efficiency. Clear Sound, Clean Looks The 1600 Series IP Deskphones offer clear, clean audio that will more than satisfy the most discerning users. All models come with an integrated 2-way speakerphone. The phones streamlined industrial design reflects its function as a true business-class communications device. Protect Your Investments with SIP SIP support on the 1603SW-I IP Deskphone extends your investments even further with enhanced manageability, serviceability, and integration with Avaya Aura Session Manager 6.0, Avaya Aura Communication Manager 6.0 and Avaya Midsize Business Template

16 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series IP Deskphones Supports 3 administrable feature buttons. Each button includes dual LEDs (red, green) providing explicit status for the user. Includes fixed feature keys for common telephone tasks including conference, transfer, drop, hold, mute. 2-way speakerphone. 2 lines by 16 character display, backlit for easier viewing in all lighting conditions. Secondary Ethernet 10/100 port for a collocated laptop or PC available on the 1603SW-I. SIP Support on the 1603SW-I provides a low cost basic SIP phone option and integration with the Avaya AuraTM environment. Avaya 1603-I and 1603SW-I IP Deskphones are designed for the Walkup user and the Everyday user. Theyre ideal for locations such as common areas in offices, stockrooms, lobbies, or drop-in desks. Visitors – including customers – are examples of Walkup users who need a phone with a simple, familiar interface. Its also perfect for the Everyday phone users for whom a phone is not the one critical piece of their communication needs. For Avaya IP Softphone users on Communication Manager and Phone Manager application users on IP Office, this is the perfect desktop companion.

17 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series IP Deskphones Supports 8 administrable feature buttons. Each button includes dual LEDs (red, green) providing explicit status for the user. Includes several fixed feature keys for common telephone tasks including conference, transfer, drop, hold, mute. Includes high quality, 2-way speakerphone. Supports a broad portfolio of Avaya wired and wireless headsets through its integrated headset jack. 100 number capacity contacts and call log applications that can enhance productivity and personalization. Context sensitive user interface along with 3 softkeys and a 4-way navigation cluster – ideal for scrolling through the local contacts list or call logs. The 3 line by 24 character display is backlit for easier viewing in all lighting conditions. Avaya 1608-I Everyday users typically rely on several forms of communication including voice and – and while they require a quality telephone, their telephone use is relatively light or straight- forward in nature. Cubicle workers and sales staff within a retail store are examples of Everyday users for whom the 1608 delivers a productivity-enhancing telephone.

18 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series IP Deskphones The Avaya 1616-I IP Deskphone supports 16 administrable feature buttons on the phone itself – and a 32-button expansion model provides access to a total of 48 feature keys or speed dial buttons. Each of the buttons features a dual LED (red, green) providing explicit status for the user. For a familiar look and feel, the 1616-I includes several fixed feature keys for common telephone tasks including conference, transfer, drop, hold and mute. In addition, the 1616-I includes a high quality 2-way speakerphone, and supports a broad portfolio of Avaya wired and wireless headsets through its integrated headset jack. Context sensitive user interface along with 3 softkeys and a 4-way navigation cluster – ideal for scrolling through the local contacts list. The viewing angle of the display on the 1616-I is adjustable and measures 4 lines by 24 characters. Additional caller related information is displayed with active appearances for easier call handling. The display is backlit. Avaya 1616-I The Avaya 1616-I IP Deskphone is designed for the Navigator type user. Receptionists, assistants, and managers are examples of Navigator users – people who answer incoming calls, transfer customers to different departments or extensions, and monitor several line appearances throughout atypical day. For the Navigator user, the 1616-I provides the most 1- touch line/feature/speed-dial buttons without the need to scroll through on-screen lists.

19 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series IP Deskphones 32 Button Module BM32 For max. 32 administrable buttons Signalling through Led-Keys (red, green) At CM / IP Office phone SW R04 required

20 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series IP Deskphones 1603, 1603-I1603SW, 1603SW-I1608, 1608-I1616, 1616-I ColorBlack HandsetYYYY StandWedge Dual position flip Wall-mountableYYYY Standard dialpadYYYY Adjustable tilt DisplayNNNY Display size 2x16 characters, 128x25 pixels 3x24 characters, 181x40 pixels 4x24 characters, 181x56 pixels Permanently-labeled feature buttons: Speaker, Mute, Volume, Menu, Hold, Conference, Transfer, Drop, Redial YYYY Permanently-labeled feature buttons: Headset, Phone, Call Log, Contacts, Message NNYY Permanently-labeled Navigation Cluster (Up/Down, Left/Right, OK) NNYY Message Waiting IndicatorYYYY Administrable Buttons33816 SoftkeysNN33 BM32 button module supportedNNNY Headset supportedNNYY 2-way speakerphoneYYYY Ethernet line interfaceYYYY Secondary Ethernet interface - 10/100 Mbps (For 1000Mpbs, use Gigabit Ethernet Adapter for 4600 Series IP Phones ) NY* Y

21 Avaya 9600 Series IP Deskphones

22 © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved Series IP Deskphones WalkupEverydayEssentialNavigatorAgent 9650C 9650 SBM L 9630G 9640 /9640G 9620L /9620C C 9670G 9620L 9641G NEW 9621G G NEW 9641G 9608 Button Module 12

23 Avaya 9601 IP Deskphone Cost-effective SIP phone 4-line monochrome display 2 Lines with dual red / green LEDs Fixed-feature buttons Built-in microphone and full duplex speakerphone Compatibility with the same wired and wireless headsets as other 9600 Series IP Deskphones, including Bluetooth & DECT Built in 10/100 Ethernet switch with a port for a users laptop or PC. A red LED on top right provide s an instant alert for calls, messages, etc. Everyday Profile Walk Up New

24 Avaya 9608 IP Deskphone Cost sensitive functional phone targeted at small to large enterprises Customers migrating from digital to IP Access to 8 lines LED buttons on each side of display Monochrome graphical 8 line display with a white backlight Ethernet interface for LAN connectivity 10/100 Mbps Second Ethernet interface 10/100 Mbps Headset Interface and Speakerphone Supports the new 2 x 12 button module and the original 24 button module PoE Class 1 G.722 Standards-based wideband Codec New Everyday Profile

25 Avaya 9611G IP Deskphone Access to 8 lines LED buttons on either side of display Ethernet interface for LAN connectivity 10/100/1000 Mbps 2 nd Ethernet interface 10/100/1000 Mbps Headset Interface Speakerphone 3.5 color display with a white backlight Integrated Gigabit USB Interface Supports the new 2 x 12 button module and the original 24 button module PoE Class 1 G.722 Standards-based wideband Codec New Everyday Profile

26 Avaya 9621G IP Deskphone Color Touch screen; 4.3 diagonal display with white backlight Supports version of Avaya Flare Experience Wideband audio codec to delivering exceptional audio performance (headset, handset, speakerphone) LAN connectivity 10/100/1000 Mbps 2 nd Ethernet interface 10/100/1000 Mbps PoE Class 2 Does not support button module New Essential Profile

27 Avaya 9641G IP Deskphone Color Touch screen display Supports version of Avaya Flare Experience Wideband audio codec: exceptional audio (headset, handset, speakerphone) LAN connectivity 10/100/1000 Mbps 2 nd Ethernet interface 10/100/1000 Mbps USB interface Integrated Bluetooth * PoE Class 2 2 x 12 button module & original 24 button module New Essential Navigator

28 2 x 12 Button Module Two pages with 12 buttons giving a total of 24 available buttons New quick-labeling feature button located under the display Dual color LEDs /buttons 12 row graphical display Three 12 button modules can be simultaneously connected to any one of the new 9600 Series IP Deskphones (except the 9621G) New Navigator Profile Button Module

29 Avaya 9620L/9620C IP Deskphone 3.45 diagonal display w/ backlight (C= Color) 12 Call Appearances or Administrable Feature buttons Full-duplex speaker phone, wideband handset and wideband headset port Flip and Wedge stands Contacts: (250 entry) with hard button Call log (100 entry) with hard button/LED for missed call indication Ethernet (10/100) line interface with secondary Ethernet interface POE 802.3af compliant class 2 device 9620C only 1 USB interface, 1 Module interface, 2 Adapter interfaces Everyday Profile

30 Avaya 9630G IP Deskphone w Button Module 3.8 diagonal display with backlight Supports 24 Call Appearances or Administrable Feature buttons Gigabit Ethernet device Full-duplex wideband speaker phone, handset and headset port Flip and Wedge stands Forward button and Application Contacts: (250 entry) with hard button Call log (100 entry) with hard button/LED for missed call indication Ethernet (10/100) line interface with secondary Ethernet interface POE 802.3af compliant class 2 device Essential Profile

31 Avaya 9640/G IP Deskphone 3.8 diagonal display with backlight Supports 24 Call Appearances Full-duplex wideband speaker phone, handset and headset port Supports Flip and Wedge stands Forward button and Application Contacts: (250 entry) with hard button Call log (100 entry) with hard button/LED for missed call indication Ethernet (10/100) line interface with secondary Ethernet interface POE 802.3af compliant class 2 device G.722 Standards-based wideband Codec Essential Profile

32 Avaya 9650/C IP Deskphone 3.8 diagonal display with backlight Supports 24 Call Appearances or Administrable Feature buttons Full-duplex wideband speaker phone, handset and headset port 8 feature access buttons (Aux shift) – to access 2 nd set of 8 feature keys) Contacts: (250 entry) with hard button Call log (100 entry) with hard button/LED for missed call indication Ethernet (10/100) line interface with secondary Ethernet interface POE 802.af compliant class 2 device G.722 Standards-based wideband Codec Navigator Profile

33 Avaya 9670G Backlit Display6.4in / 16.3cm 4:3 screen – Sharper image than expanding quarter-VGA (QVGA) to larger size – 640x480 pixels Full-duplex wideband speaker phone, handset and headset port Communication Protocol: H.323 USB Ports Gigabit Ethernet Bluetooth Headset Interface QoS Support: p/Q DiffServ POE 802.af compliant class 2 device G.722 Standards-based wideband Codec Essential Profile

34 Features *9611G*9621G*9641G* L/9620 C 9630G9640 / G9650 / C9670G User TypeWalkup/Ever yday User Everyday User Essential User NavigatorWalkup UserEveryday User Essential User Essential User & Navigator Essential User Wideband AudioNoYes HeadsetYes NoYes Speaker PhoneYes Buttons or Touch Screen 3 buttons LED 8 buttons w red green LED Touch screen NARed LED6 with red LED 3 lines with red LED 8 or 16 additional buttons with red LED Touch screen Display Size (inches) 2.4 x x x x x x x x x 3.8 Display TypeMonochrom e Color Grey scale ColorGrey scale C=color Color touch Administra-tive Buttons -24 No1224 Softkeys USBNo YesNoYesNo Yes Bluetooth with external adapter Yes NoYes Yes integrated (H.323) Gigabit SupportYesNoyesYes No integratedG = integrated Yes adapterIntegrated 2 nd Ethernet line interface Yes POE Class Call Control Protocol SIPH SIP H.323H SIP H.323 Web Browser Support Yes Colour Choicegrey grey or custom grey, red, yellow, blue grey, red, yellow, blue, white, silver Custom Face PlateNo Yes

35 Avaya 3700 Series DECT R4

36 DECT R4 (NAR, EMEA and APAC*) Next generation DECT solution for Communication Manager and IP Office Endpoints – 3725: high end phone with liquid protection, BlueTooth headset support, and text messaging (SMS) – 3720: cost effective low end phone Avaya In-building Wireless Server (AIWS) – Centralized management server with software download over-the-air – Application integration and text messaging (SMS) from phone-to-phone and from web-to-phone Wireless transmitters RBS (Radio Base stations) with internal antennas and external (EMEA only) antennas * NAR and EMEA: full availability. APAC: see country list.

37 37 High end office / medical Color display Text messaging (SMS) Graphical user interface Five way navigation key Bluetooth headset interface Liquid and dust protected (IP 44) IP DECT and ISDN DECT compatible Low cost office handset Black and white display Graphical user interface Four way navigation key IP DECT and ISDN DECT compatible DECT R4 (IP & ISDN) Centralized Management Software and configuration download from central server (AIWS) via intelligent, network attached cradles Download over-the-Air (IP DECT only) Virtual SIM card Text messaging (SMS) from phone to phone and from web interface to phone (IP DECT only) Avaya 3720 Avaya 3725

38 Which Charger for What? Basic Charger – Charges one DECT phone (3720 and 3725) – Charge time: 4 hours Advanced Charger – Charges one DECT phone (3720 and 3725) – Supports easy replacement of telephones – Connected to configuration tool PDM (Portable Device Manager) via USB or Ethernet – Charge time: 4 hours Rackmount Charger – Same functionality as advanced charger but for six DECT phones (3720 and 3725) – Charge time: 4 hours Multiple Battery Charger – Charges six batteries (3725) – Charge time: 4 hours

39 Avaya 3600 Series WiFi IP

40 Avaya 3641 and 3645 IP Wireless Telephones – Improved usability and durability – Extended talk time, gang chargers – Lightweight – Health care, retail, mfg verticals – Common accesories – App integration via OAI – Works with existing Avaya Voice Priority Processor and Avaya 3600 Series – Requires CM 2.2 or CM 3.x. CM 4.0 support coming later in – a/b/g – 3645 offers Push-to-Talk, larger ear cups, rubberized grips Avaya 3631 IP Wireless Telephone – Superior user interface – Standards-based, low cost – Does not require AVPP or other network server – Office environment, more casual VoWLAN use – Requires CM 3.X or higher – b/g VoWLAN Solutions

41 Increased Productivity – Enhanced PTT channels & Operation – Lithium-ion Battery Packs: Standard 4/80h Enhanced 6/120h Ultra Enhanced 8/160h – Speakerphone with vertical stance – Enhanced vibration – Single, Dual, & Quad Chargers – In-charger dialing Environmentally Friendly – WEEE & RoHS Compliant Investment Protection – Supports Avaya digital, analog, and IP interfaces – Software upgradeable over the air VoWLAN Solutions Avaya 3641 / 3645 Feature Summary Enhanced Usability – Small/Lightweight form factor – NavKey cluster w/4 softkeys – 128x96 pixel display – Side volume keys – Improved sound quality (TIA810B) – Easy battery removal – Battery/signal strength indicators – Five user selectable profiles – Backlit display – Headset Jack Improved Durability – IP-53 Design (Liquid/dust) – MIL 810F Design (Shock) – Clips, cases, lanyard

42 VoWLAN Solutions WiFi Phone for broader Office Market – Relatively low cost – Standard durability, talk time Graphical User Interface adopted from one-X Deskphone Edition – Color Display (128x128 pixels, 65 colors) – Navigation Keys – Soft Keys CCMS/H.323 Protocol: Feature Rich 4620 Emulation Standards-based, no QoS server required – b/g – Works with standards-based i and e compliant wireless LANs – Tested on Cisco, Aruba, Meru Avaya 3631 IP Wireless Telephone

43 VoWLAN Solutions

44 Avaya A175 Series VideoPhone

45 I/O Ports – One 10/100 Fast Ethernet RJ45 jack – HDMI out for the addition of a 2nd larger monitor – Two USB 2.0 host ports – One built-in USB slot to add on the rear side – Auxiliary AC power adapter jack – Speaker Out jack – Microphone In jack b/g Wifi connectivity (802.11n supported in R2) SD slot for additional memory located on the top side/edge of the unit Integrated Bluetooth – Headset, Handsfree Removable Li-polymer battery; – Minimum 3-hours of operation Integrated dual mid/high frequency range speakers Dual integrated microphones Home and Auxiliary Buttons On/Off button (on side) Auxiliary AC power 50 Watt, 12Volt Supply – Energy Savings Compliance – International AC plug/cables available Mobile Hardware with HD Video 11.6 WXGA (1366x768) LCD display with white LED backlight Projective capacitive touch panel capable of swipe/flick 5Mp HD video camera; Auto focus, electronic shutter – Green LED indicator in on mode Memory: 1 GBytes DDR2 SDRAM and 4 GByte Flash Product Specs Overview Portable Hardware 45

46 Notification Bar Alerts Presence Reminders Status Date & time Media menu Contextual Fan (Calendar, Apps, History) Contextual Fan (Calendar, Apps, History) Contacts Fan Expanded contact Index (left and right) How will Avaya deliver this new experience? Title Bars 46

47 Many Contextual Experience © 2010 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved.47

48 48 Base Station I/O Ports – Two Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports (10/100/1000 Mbps) – RJ11 Headset Audio – Two USB 2.0 host ports – Auxiliary AC power adapter jack – Speaker Out jack Integrated low frequency high fidelity speaker with sealed acoustic chamber Handset/Cradle 7KHz Wideband 96xx Handset Standard handset cord Connecting cable to Base Station Front Back Handset/Cradle Avaya Proprietary and Confidential. Product Specs Overview Base Station and Handset/Cradle Hardware 48

49 49 Project Overview Software Content Release 1 Aura CM/SM Integration – SIP AST Features consistent with Avaya 6.0 server releases – Security and core functions similar to 96xx SIP 2.6 Android/Linux based Operating System Communications App – Avaya Voice & Presence – Avaya IM using AAPS (XMPP), p2p, MS OCS integration – Avaya Video Conferencing via H.263, HD p2p via 720p H.264 – Social Networking (Twitter & Facebook) Core Apps – NGCP UI – Unified Contacts (MS Exchange, Gmail, PPM, Social Networking, LDAP) – Unifies history for voice, video, IM and social media – Enterprise calendar – Multi-modal Collaboration client – Tools (setup options and configuration) – Welcome Wizard for initial setup – Help and Tutorial (ties to online Avaya documents url) – Login (local and/or Single Sign On (SSO)) Non-Custom Apps (Android) – Enterprise client – Full function web Browser – MS Office & pdf document viewers – Voice Recognition (English) – Gallery – Clock – Music Player Release 1 New, Unique, Efficient User Interface Core Services – Enterprise Presence with OCS support – Local NGCP Search Service I/O and Devices Support – Bluetooth & USB Headsets – USB Mouse & Keyboard Networking – LLDP, VLAN – 802.1X – Wifi & wired – Syslog, SNMP V3 PC Integration – SSO through SIP directory – File Access – Share applications or desktop for collaboration Audio – Typical voice codecs (narrow and wideband) – Harmon Kardon Audio acoustics – Full Audio In/Out Jacks supporting external speakers Android applications SDK Multiple Language support in the UI (12 languages) Google Maps access Smartphone Integration – Contacts Sync – via MS Exchange – Extension to Cellular and Bridging HDMI output for 2 nd screen (duplicate window) 49

50 50 Avaya Endpoint Compatibility Guide 50 Y = Current Offer; F = Future Offer ; * = Selected models; Y/F* = Basic interop. today/Full interop. planned

51 51 Avaya Endpoint Compatibility Guide 51 Y = Current Offer; F = Future Offer ; * = Selected models; Y/F* = Basic interop. today/Full interop. planned

52 Avaya vs Cisco

53 Avaya 1608 H.323 vs. Cisco 7911 SCCP 53 Cisco phones use proprietary SCCP not industry standard H.323 VendorModelLinesNavigation Key SpeakerHeadset10/100 Switch List Price Avaya16088Yes2-WayYes $249 Cisco79111No1-WayNoYes$225 1 Line 2 Way Up/Down Fewer Buttons Fewer Features

54 Avaya 9601 SIP vs. Cisco 7911 SIP 54 VendorModelLine KeysNavigation Key SpeakerHeadset port 10/100 Switch List Price Avaya96012 lighted 5 total Yes2-WayYes $220 Cisco79111No1-WayNoYes$ SIP Class 1 Power 7911 SCCP/SIP Class 2 Power 2 Line Keys Lighted 5-Way Navigation Key Headset

55 55 New Avaya 9608 and 9611G vs. Cisco / / / GigE w/ Color 10/100/1000 List $299 List $470 List $455 Contact Center recommended Only High End Cisco Phones have Navigation Keys 7945, 7965 and Way Navigation Key Contact Center recommended List $370

56 vs Buttons 8 Buttons Does not support Expansion Module Class 2 Power Supports Expansion Module Class 1 Power Contact Center Recommended

57 G vs Non-Color Not GigE Color GigE 8 Buttons6 Buttons Contact Center Recommended

58 G vs. 7945G Color GigE Supports Expansion Module Only 2 Buttons Color GigE No Expansion Module 1 st phone model with Navigation Key 8 Buttons Contact Center Recommended

59 G vs. 7965G Low Tech No Touch No Apps Class 3 Power High Tech Touch with Apps Class 2 Power

60 G vs. 7975G Low Tech Touch No Apps Class 3 Power High Tech Touch with Apps Class 2 Power Contact Center Recommended

61 61 Green(est) IP Phones Power Saver – Automatic backlight off option via the settings file – Power restored by touch of any button similar to your laptop device New capabilities – More granular power allocation using LLDP MED Extended Power TLV – Backlight off icon Results in reduced energy requirements – Fewer $$s (energy bills, port utilization on servers, UPS, Air con,..) – Smaller carbon footprint NOTE: Cisco Phone use on/off power causing dangerous delay in E911 calling

62 62 Enhancements Embedded Apps – Speech based dialing (local to phone) – USB contact import Customization – Custom screen saver – Commoditized process for custom faceplates Usability – Programmable softkeys – Intelligent search (narrows as characters entered) – Pairing incoming callers with contacts – Team button, mute icon, call handling refinement, emergency button Networking – 802.1x supplicant support – 3 rd party trusted certificates – Guest Login Customized Faceplates available on 9621 and 9641 Call Larry Speech Dialing

63 63 Tolly Report Rates Cisco Power expensive Endpoints can comprise 80% of the power costs in an Enterprise Solution

64 64 Cisco Endpoints higher in power and cost

65 THANK YOU 65


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