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1 MX-ONE 5.0 Communication Server Pre-Sales Presentation (for existing Partners)

2 MX-ONE 5.0 – Highlights Virtualization Focus on SIP Unicode
SIP extension services BluStar ecosystem MSRP Unicode Group capacity New hardware Power savings 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

3 MX-ONE Virtualization

4 MX-ONE 5.0 Highlights Enterprise communications in the cloud
06/04/2017 MX-ONE 5.0 Highlights Enterprise communications in the cloud Infrastructure Consolidation and Centralization – IT focus today Enhanced resilience and security in the cloud Virtualization – cloud enabler while maintaining business continuity and user experience. 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

5 Virtualization of the Enterprise Communication
06/04/2017 Virtualization of the Enterprise Communication Virtualization – cloud enabler while maintaining business continuity and user experience Enables new business models Virtualization of UC Collaboration platform for SME Leverage on LME offering to address SME segment Virtualized Unified Communication Collaboration Appliance perfect fit for SME UCC virtualized appliance on HP networking platform Aastra 700 Infrastructure Consolidation and Centralization Integrate to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) global strategy Reduce server footprint and energy consumption, lower TCO Migration to SIP trunking and network consolidation Increased reliability of the total solution MX-ONE Virtualization ideal to offer large system UC capabilities to small organisations – proof point A700 – AllInOne - UC solution in a box In Larger environments virtualization is a corporate strategy to reduce footprint/costs and simplify maintenance. Real time apps integrate in the same way as other IS/IT apps. Proof point MX-ONE and A5000 Virtualization as an enabler for organization to move away from CPE based implementation to private or public cloud SaaS as a complement to move from CAPEX to OPEX User on-demand services Key Points of Cloud Definition It’s not a single product…it’s a solution comprised of products It’s not something different…it’s an extension of virtualization Cloud Goals Simplicity through further abstraction Organization around consumers (Users) vs. providers Further capital savings through economies of scale achieved by Multi-tenancy Efficient use of resources (use what you need, release what you don’t use) Operational savings through User self-service provisioning using standard catalogs Financial transparency of costs through chargeback Unified Communications and Collaboration to Desktop Virtualization Desktop virtualization using VMware View offers IT tremendous benefits by moving desktops and applications into the cloud and delivering them as a managed service. IT administration is more automated and efficient, security is improved and the total cost of desktop ownership can be reduced by as much as 50 percent. End users can get a rich, consistent and high-performance desktop experience from any qualified device -- including mobile devices like tablets and smartphones -- whether in the Move from CPE to the private or public cloud On-demand services Aastra Cloud concept 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

6 Virtualization – Consolidation & Centralization
06/04/2017 Virtualization – Consolidation & Centralization Traditional communications environment Separate servers for TS Separate servers for UC applications This slide only to emphasize what was said in the previous slide, so don’t hang on this slide for long .. Basically, before virtualisation, you have different instances of the applications running on different servers. Takes up space and energy and requires a more complex maintenance process as they have to be handled individually. With virtualization in place, this situation will now change. Click VAN 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

7 Virtualization – Basic Setup
06/04/2017 Virtualization – Basic Setup Virtualized Communications Servers Virtualized Telephony Servers Virtualized UC Applications Server Benefits: Consolidate TS and application servers Reduce server footprint and facilitate data center management Real time apps in line with company IS/IT virtualization strategy This slide only to emphasize what was said in the previous slide Main thing to point out is that both MX-ONE Call control management and UC/UM applications are now virtualized and can reside on the same host. Reduced footrpint/energy, fits well into corporate IT strategy: e.g. Fits perfectly into the Virtualization environment just like any other application for the IT department . Business as usual. 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG 7

8 MX-ONE 5.0 Virtualization
Note VMware is not provided by Aastra VMware must be installed by certified partners/engineers Basic setup, server consolidation without redundancy Requires: VMware vSphere, Hypervisor: ESXi 5.0 Basic setup, server consolidation using MX-ONE server redundancy High Availability setups Allows smooth upgrades with low downtimes High Availability (HA) Provides failover between servers with impact similar to MX-ONE Server Redundancy Expected downtime reduced from around 5 minutes (n+1) to 30 to 60 seconds No loss of LDAP master High Availability (HA) + Fault Tolerance (FT) Provides synchronized server duplication, a passive executes the same actions as the active Provides full Hot-standby if an active server fails SAN (Storage Area Networks) and a Network infrastructure according to VMware specifications VMware vCenter VMware vMotion High Availability option Fault Tolerance option 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

9 Virtualization – VMware High availability option
06/04/2017 Virtualization – VMware High availability option Benefits Warm standby solution No Need for MX-ONE N+1 Redundancy Direct media calls maintained Valid for both Telephony Server and UC applications HA Cluster Telephony Servers V.5.0 guest machine running on top of VMware vSphere High Availability allows a warm standby solution, which means in the event that a physical server where the Telephony Server guest machine is running goes down, a downtime will happen due to the fact that Telephony Server guest machine needs to be initiated in another physical server. Although IP/SIP based direct media calls are maintained, during the initialization process ongoing media gateway (TDM) calls will be dropped. The VMware High Availability setup can be compared with MX-ONE Server redundancy that uses Linux High Availability (HA), In case a customer has the VMware´s HA in place, MX-ONE Telephony System will be setup as a standard system. VMware does require that the necessary SAN and network infrastructure are in place. The figure shows a standard MX-ONE Telephony System composed by four Telephony Server guest machines running on top of VMware´s HA infrastructure. Click: In case of host hardware failure or planned maintenance, the Telephony Servers guest machines running on top of the host machine are taken offline. The VMware HA mechanism will automatically initialize new instances of the same Telephony Servers guest machines in another available physical machine in the VMware´s HA cluster environment and the system is back in business. Typically, the outage is less than 2 minutes and all services are restored. Benefits to point out: This VMware option does not require any N+1 redundancy configuration in MX-ONE due to the fact that MX-ONE uses the High Availability provide by VMware. Although this example focuses on the SUSE Linux call control VMs, this also applies for Aastra’s Windows 2008 based UC/UM applications. VAN Storage (iSCSI SAN) 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

10 Virtualization – Fault Tolerance option
06/04/2017 Virtualization – Fault Tolerance option Benefits Hot Standby - Server memory mirrored via dedicated LAN link No down time or loss of calls / services 2 levels of back-up to offer true than ”5-nines” resilience VMware Fault Tolerance When Telephony Server guest machines are running in a VMware vSphere “Fault Tolerance” cluster, a transparent failover solution can be achieved. This means in the event that a physical server goes down, serivce is maintained and no calls will be dropped. The transparent failover is possible, according to VMware, because Fault Tolerance uses VMware vLockstep technology which guarantees the primary and secondary execute exactly the same x86 instruction sequences. Fault Tolerance requires that the hosts CPUs are compatible with vLockstep technology, including processor extensions. VMware requires that the SAN and appropriate parallel high speed network configurations are in place. Simply put, when MX-ONE Telephony Server guest machines are running in one Vmware physical host, equivalent Telephony Server guest machines are also running in parallel in a second physical host executing the same instructions. As the guest machines are synchronised, in case the primary server fails or is shutdown (for maintenance) the second machine takes over seamlessly (matter of ms) and becomes the new primary host. The figure below shows a standard MX-ONE Telephony System composed of 4 Telephony Server guest machines running on top of VMware´s FT infrastructure. Click: Therefore, when a failure in the primary server hardware happens, VMware´s FT mechanism in the secondary server will immediately notice it and it will take over starting to process pending I/O operations. The secondary machine will perform a “go live” operation and becomes the new primary. No service loss; no dropped calls. True hot standby is achieved. As part of the recovery process, after the secondary machine successfully takes over, VMware´s FT process selects a new host machine within the cluster that has available resources and creates a new secondary host machine. After that, the system is protected again in case of a new hardware failure. This secondary process takes about one minute or the time to start up the VM and re-sync the x86 memory processes. Proof point : Seeing is believing : propose them to see the Vmware FT demo we have in the demo hall during the breaks .. HA/FT Cluster VAN Very Fast Network Storage (iSCSI SAN) 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

11 MX-ONE 5.0 virtualized - Benefits
06/04/2017 MX-ONE 5.0 virtualized - Benefits IT Consolidation Reduce capital costs Infrastructure savings Lower power consumption Reduced cooling requirements Decrease physical space requirements Improve the efficiency and availability of IT resources Increase Reliability More reliable failover capabilities Can achieve true ”5 nines” level of resilience IT departments are more and more looking for alternatives to reduce the total cost of ownership and increase productivity, however in the last two decades, x86 architecture based servers have increased their numbers in the IT segment. Indeed, in a traditional x86 architecture only one or few applications share the same hardware. This meant the multiplication of servers which were each dedicated to a different back office applications (Mail servers, Web servers, Databases, CRM, etc.) to ensure enough resources to handle peak traffic. In most of the cases these applications do not use all the powerful of the server hardware and as a consequence causes waste of CPU, memory, etc. Additional servers, requires more power, cooling, physical space, maintenance, etc. which raises the TCO in data centers. Virtualization software companies address such issues by offering possible ways to optimize server efficiency. For instance, this can be achieved by sharing hardware resources between virtual machines (guest machine). Some of the benefits of this strategy are listed here. There are some things to keep in mind when going for virtualization. Some examples are: Network Complexity – mainly a requirement for more complex virtualization environments to enable decoupling of management and storage traffic from live traffic networks. Hardware costs (SAN, etc..) – this is mainly required to allow things like Vmotion or high availability or fault tolerance, as the storage needs to be de-coupled form the host HW. It is a key component to simplifying maintenance of server and enabling seamless transport of virtual machines between hosts (maintenance, HA or failover, etc…) Failover costs – there are fairly expensive SW options from virtualization vendors, but an organization’s need for increased reliability justifies the cost Integrate to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) global strategy 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

12 MX-ONE SIP Extension Services

13 Enhanced Multiple Terminal Service
AKA Forking Users with several terminals shall: be able to have up to 4 active terminals (logged on) actual maximum shall be set per user (existing functionality) be able to have the same extension number for log on to any of his/her terminals if the user has an active terminal of the same type, it shall be forced logged-off as dialled number to reach the user (on any of his/her terminals) delivered as CLI from any of his/her terminals have all active terminals ring simultaneously 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG 13

14 Enhanced Multiple Terminal Service
Supported end user terminals, any choice up to a total of four Arbitrary type of generic extension (DECT, virtual, H.323, 3rd party SIP, etc.) But, only one of each type - note that just one single SIP terminal is permitted if it is a third party phone Note that this is existing functionality with Forking Desktop SIP terminal, 67xx or BluStar BluStar for PC softphone Remote extension over SIP e.g. a mobile with or without AMCC SIP DECT Selected end users may log on up to 4 identical desktop terminals Controlled by user CoS Note that call control and monitoring with CSTA is not supported 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG 14

15 New MX-ONE Solution Licensing
06/04/2017 New MX-ONE Solution Licensing MX-ONE Telephony Server 5.0 One extension license per directory number (analog, digital, CAS, ISDN S0) One license per directory number (DECT, Mobile Extension) One user license per directory number (IP) The user license includes 1 device (SIP or H.323) Up to 3 additional IP devices can be connected to the directory number This means that up to 4 IP devices (3 SIP and 1 H.323) can be registered to one directory number Each extra IP terminal requires one terminal license One SIP video media license per directory number Upgrading, one IP extension gets one terminal 3:rd party SIP device 3:rd party SIP Device license (plus video media license to enable video for 3:rd party device) BluStar for PC 2.0 (capabilities set per user in MX-ONE) BluStar for PC client (New) BSC CTI– no extension (New) BSC softphone + video (New) Additional options: BSC Plug-in OSC/Lync (New) BSC Plug-in IBM Sametime (New) 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG 15

16 MX-ONE 5.0 Unicode Unicode is supported by MX-ONE and newer terminals
Aastra 6700i, 7xxx, 4223, 4225 Name and progress messages are supported Managers (e.g. MP) can enter names in unicode No translation of received/sent names If Unicode is sent to terminals without support Unicode ( F) cut to ASCII range (00-7F) Characters outside sent as ? Only English text files are created Translation is the responsibility of the CSUs 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

17 MX-ONE 5.0 - SIP Extension Services
Shared call/line appearance Supported only for the Aastra 6700i range of SIP terminals Similar to MDN on DTSs A line can be shared by several users Monitor status of the shared line Make and answer calls using the shared line from own telephone Simple move of a call between sharing users Call park pool Any party can park a call against a call park pool number (individual or huntgroup) The call park pool is configured with auto-park classified virtual SIPs ( ) User does transfer before answer to the call park pool Parking party needs display to see which individual the call is parked against So dont hang up too early Any party can pick-up the call using individual call pick-up If the parked call is not picked-up, the parking user, if generic, is recalled after 4 minutes (fixed) 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

18 MX-ONE 5.0 - SIP Extension Services
EDNs, Extra Directory Numbers (ADN phase 1) for Aastra 6700i phones Similar to ADNs for DTSs Can be defined on line keys 3 to 9 (if available on the terminal) Automatically follows logon/off status of Line 1 (ODN) Busy state is always individual for each line If ODN is diverted or initiates DND All EDNs are forced to DND Note that DND for SIP is not the same service as the existing for e.g. ATS/DTS 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

19 MX-ONE 5.0 - SIP Extension Services
DND, Do Not Disturb Individual and Group DND supported for A67xx Same traffic functionality but different invokation Treatment of calls to DND marked user/EDN can be configured Number unobtainalbe tone Skip own terminal in PN-list Controlled distribution to remaining PN entries with DND-flag e.g. For IDND Direct to VM for internal calls Direct to attendant for external calls For GDND Department nurses fixed phone Department nurses DECT IDND activated from own terminal or attendant Bypass only from operator/attendant (*60#) GDND activated from class marked extension Bypass from operator/attendant, Master/GDND programming extension (*60#) Automatic bypass for answer position 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

20 MX-ONE 5.0 – SIP Extension Services
Intercom for Aastra 6700i Configured with EDNs, linked pair wise with hot-line optionally auto answer set Pressing the EDN-key, a hot-line call is set-up to the corresponding EDN Signalled as internal call No display updates until answered With auto answer, the speech from the called phone is muted Intercom can be configured to include DTS using ADNs No muting by DTS May work with third party SIP terminals 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

21 MX-ONE 5.0 - SIP Extension Services
Simulated individual diversion for Aastra 6700i Not recommended for upgrading or migrating customers Shall not be used for advanced users with e.g. Boss-Secretary, MNS, SCA, EDNs or several terminals Provides a simple ”normal” divert feature by tweaking other services Class marked extensions gets One call list with no possibility to change or deactivate the list e.g. Own extension VM for internal calls Attendant for external calls A divert key and menu choices for diversion * Procedures are not supported Pressing the key or programming Follow-Me, ECF or Message Diversion Active diversion is indicated on the phone If key pressed or normal divert selected, phone is swtiched to DND mode If two different diversions are active, the key has to be pressed twice Manager Provisioning, simplified programming for most users Divert template created in MP with ODN (the text) as first entry Tick the ”simple divert” check-box The users default call list is generated automatically 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

22 MX-ONE 5.0 - MSRP (RFC 4975) Message Session Relay Protocol (MSRP)
Primarily to support sending of IM between SIP end points The session set-up is routed by MX-ONE Uses the call list of the adressed person Bypasses busy state Distributed only to call list entries marked as MSRP capable Only for internal sessions, not supported over SIP trunk 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

23 MX-ONE 5.0 - Feature Enhancements

24 MX-ONE 5.0 - Group Capacity
Expanded capacity for ACD/CTI/PBX groups (4.1 SP2 NPR) ACD/CTI groups per server (from 32) ACD/CTI groups per system (from 250) Number of calls in queue, per server (from 1000) Number of calls in queue, per system (from 1000) Number of PBX groups per server (from 500) MX-ONE 5.0 enhancements (NPR) PBX hunt group members per server (from 1000) PBX hunt groups per system (from 2500) Call pick-up groups per server (from 75) Call pick-up group members per server (from 1000) Call pick-up group members per system (from 3600) 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

25 MX-ONE 5.0 - Miscellaneous Features
CAC enhancement Will attempt to negotiate a lower bandwidth codec CTI group as answer position in Call List (NPR) Specify MGW for Operator Media Devices (OPERI) Specify own Area Code for MGW (LCLDI) Support for TR87, “CSTA 3 over SIP” Enhanced SNMP Agent parking of call in Supervisor silent Intrusion state (NPR) Supervisor must request Silent Intrusion again during speech for the inquiry call. A new CoS controls if Parking/Inquiry shall be permitted during intrusion Agent (call handling with CTI-group) number presentation (4.1 SP4 NPR) For calls via CTI group, a group class of service decides Calls from, controlled by new procedure, *89*groupnumber#, #89# Can be set with command extension_procedure -d abcde --proc "*89*abcde#" The data is reload/static abcde must be a defined CTI group 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

26 MX-ONE 5.0 - Miscellaneous Features
‘Contact Net Detector’ - Customer Identity via public ISDN trunk (NPR) Transfer in Intrusion state (NPR) Number log for DBC222 (NPR) TLU83 A-number via DTMF signaling ELU34, line ground supervision (block if grounded) Support for QoS value ”Expedite Forwarding” (NPR) MGU DTMF receivers connected in parallell Improved integration with ACS/InAttend Call history over SIP trunk (4.1 SP4) Customer Identity over SIP trunk Diversion bypass over SIP trunk SOM enhancements Conference, TCP/IP, Passive state timer, Multiple MGWs, Call Pick-up, Diversion enhancements, more error codes 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

27 MX-ONE Power Savings Save over kWh per year if you have 1000 terminals With 200 working days/year, 8 hours in the office per working day Stand-by mode for A7444 and A7434 Individual by power-off key Forced automatically by timer in config file Display is black Phone logged-off, calls will continue in the call list PC port is off Press power-on when you sit down at your desk in the morning PIN required for security, i.e. phone is locked for unauthorized use 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

28 MX-ONE Terminals and Hardware

29 Introduced with MX-ONE 5.0
BluStar 8000i Desktop Media Phone BluStar for PC 2.0 BluStar for iPad & iPhone (Q3) Aastra 6735i, SIP phone w Gigabit (Q3) Aastra 6737i, SIP phone w Gigabit (Q3) (Aastra 650c, SIP DECT / CAT-iq) Recently introduced: Aastra 7100a Aastra DT4x3 Aastra DT692 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

30 Aastra 6700i Series (SIP) Budget Functionality 6737i 6735i 6739i M675i
Expansion Module (3x20 progr. keys) 6757i 6755i M670i Expansion Module (36 programmable keys) 6753i 6731i 6730i 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

31 New SIP phones The 6735i and 6737i are new additions to Aastra’s Standards based SIP phone portfolio These new models are upgraded versions of two existing models Models are enhanced versions of our mid-range Standards-based SIP phones 6735i – is an upgraded version of the 6755i 6737i – is an upgraded version of the 6757i Upgrades include Dual Gigabit ports (versus dual 10/100 on existing models) HD hardware – handset, speakerphone and headset jack Increased power efficiency 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG 31

32 BluStar 8000i Desktop Media Phone
06/04/2017 BluStar 8000i Desktop Media Phone Dedicated and optimized desktop device Superior usability True HD video & audio UC & business applications Standards based, SIP & H.264 Integrated MX-ONE extension Lower functionality than 67xx True HD video conference and collaboration solution. Its way more than just a video phone (not to be positioned as low end video phone), which is why its called a “desktop media phone”. 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG 32

33 UC 4 All – The collaboration client takes you to the next level
Aastra BluStar for PC The new business collaboration client A single user interface across: Voice, video, directory/contact integration, IM, desktop sharing & conferencing Means to find the right person, check the availability, collaborate using your preferred method Collaboration from anywhere on any device & consistent user experience Integration with Microsoft OCS/Lync & IBM Sametime, using plug-ins Fully integrated with the Aastra MX-ONE call server Provisioned as a multimedia end-point in MX-ONE UC 4 All – The collaboration client takes you to the next level 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG 33

34 UC 4 All – The collaboration client takes you to the next level
Aastra BluStar for PC 2.0 Aastra BluStar highlights PC based SIP Softphone with HD voice HD video (peer to peer) Powerful audio processing Instant Messaging LDAP integration with global directory and integration with Personal Outlook Contacts: Progressive directory search Searches with local cache Favorite list and grouping of favorite contacts Click to call (“call to” links) Remote access via Session Border Controller (External proxy for SBC) Microsoft OCS/Lync and IBM Lotus Sametime plug-in integration Enhanced functionality with Jabra and Plantronics headset UC 4 All – The collaboration client takes you to the next level 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG 34

35 SIP-DECT Release 3.0 Initial support of new RFP family
SIP-DECT 2.1 feature set with new RFP family Mixed operation with old RFPs CAT-iq 1.0 support Support of the future 650c handset (not for NA) New G.729 license for all types of RFPs SIP-DECT XML Terminal API for Aastra 600d* / 650c handsets derived from the XML API for Aastra SIP Phones e.g. To manage the redial list and call log To manage the call forwarding indication, 1 display line in the idle display (e.g. presence state) To run applications * Requires 600d Release > 4.0 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

36 Handset features Generated by MX-ONE
Once registered with MX-ONE the 600c/d handsets will display the MX-ONE user name user number user profile info line and Use a new icon for call forward indication 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

37 Overview New RFP Models
Aastra‘s new RFP family Supports CAT-iq high definition voice for our new high end 650c handset (EMEA + Australia, only) G.722 support (G.723 support is discontinued) Comes with a new powerful CPU for more performance: Marvell (Kirkwood) 88F6281 (1.2 GHz, L2 cache 256KB) This will enable additional future security features: SRTP (RFC 3711) and secure SIP Has a 1GBit Flash memory enabling local boot without a TFTP server. (All new RFPs will be delivered with a defined SIP-DECT software on board) Is size and screw compatible with the old models Supports 1GBit Ethernet Supports the EU and the American DECT standards 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

38 MX-ONE New Hardware Introduction of new version of the MGU with a 5 PPM clock Introduction of ELU31/4 in ELU31/3 mode Enhanced sync characteristics will be released in Service Packs to 5.0 With the aid of these enhanced boards, significant improvement of DECT synchronization can be achieved No digital trunk connection required 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

39 MX-ONE Management Applications

40 MX-ONE 5.0 MP/MTS new functionality
Support for new MX-ONE 5.0 features Support for Aastra 6737i and 6739i BluStar 8000 video terminal deployment Support for BluStar for PC Support for ELU34/4 Load share/distribution of FW download for 6700i phones Setting of HTTPS parameters for 6700i phones AD field mapping on AD Search Domains UDF mapping in AD Accept * and # instead of A and B Performance enhancements Remember All selection as default in Extension list page On the extension list page, list server number for generic extension Improved EQU pos handling Longer input fields for descriptions MP support for ELU25 MP Web Services interface Document 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

41 Manager System Performance 1.0 - System management
Manages MX-ONE Performance data Windows application for simplified measurements and analysis Compatible with MX-ONE 4.1 and 5.0 Gathers and analyses Information about: Trunks, Routes Attendants Extensions Common resources Graphical User Interface Easy to read and customize traffic information Traffic analysis of major MX-ONE components, including Radio Base Stations and IP extensions Multiple MX-ONE nodes can be managed from a single Performance Manager application Manager System Performance (MSP) provides simplified measurement and analysis of performance data from MX-ONE. It also gives the MX-ONE administrator information about the overall performance of trunks, routes, operators, individual extensions and common system resources. 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

42 MX-ONE Deployment

43 Centralized System with Remote Units (IP-PBX with Local Call Control) HQ and remote sites can also be multi-server/gateway w or w/o redundancy ASU-E + MGU TS 1 (Server) WAN 2A 1A 1B 124A ASU-E + MGU Max 900 IP/ME or max 640 legacy users with ESU 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

44 Centralized Servers with Remote Media Gateways
100 ms roundtrip at 3 calls/sec TS for MGU-based MGs N+1 back-up WAN 100 ms roundtrip at 3 calls/sec TS for LSU-E based MGs Note: LSU-Es cannot be automatically updated with new software 100 ms roundtrip at 1.2 calls/sec 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

45 Inter Server Bandwidth (only the traffic dependant)
A very basic example with identical traffic patterns between all servers/gateways TS 1 (server) TS N TS 2 SG = total number of Media Gateways in the system OG= Own Media Gateways (2 for TS 1 and TS 2, 1 for TS N) B/W= (SG-OG)/SG * 0.22 kbit/s * users per server 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

46 Bandwidth for a Remote Server
The very basic case assumes that the traffic interest is the same between all servers in the system, i.e. In a large system, all traffic is between servers and the internal case where A and B are handled by the same server is neglected. 1000 users with 0.2 E and standard holding times generates 1.7 calls per second. This corresponds to 220 kbit/s interserver signalling Conclusion, each call generates 130 kbit data For a remote server with 1000 users and 10% calls to the main site 1.7 calls per second total 0.17 calls to/from main site Bandwidth for traffic to/from the remote server is then 0.17 calls/sec times 130kbit = 22 kbit/sec 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

47 Bandwidth Consumption, Remote Media Gateway
Result from a TDM-oriented measurement: 30 channels ISDN to 32 DTS, 2 calls/sec 9 kBytes from server, 4.5 kBytes to server 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

48 Summary

49 MX-ONE 5.0 Solutions Summary
06/04/2017 MX-ONE 5.0 Solutions Summary Enterprise communications in the cloud Infrastructure Consolidation and Centralization – IT focus today Enhanced resilience and security in the cloud Virtualization – cloud enabler while maintaining business continuity and user experience. BluStar Ecosystem – Multimedia Collaboration Aastra developments are addressing market trends Aastra strategic direction for portfolio evolution “BluStar” a common interface for consistent User Experience Native SIP enhancements Native Multimedia services for SIP users (Video and IM) Integration of BluStar Eco-System Multi-device licensing for SIP users Focus on advanced features for Aastra SIP terminals Strong integration with 3rd party products IT & System Management What’s new with Manager Provisioning Manager System Performance SNMP fault and alarms management 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

50 Thank you Thank you 4/6/2017 EN/LZT RG

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