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Next Generation DECT R4 for Integral Enterprise Jörg Richter
© 2009 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved.2 Overview Description Avaya’s next generation DECT solution for CM and IP Office – High end phone with liquid protection and BlueTooth headset support – Cost effective low end phone – Centralized management server DECT is Avaya’s voice-only inbuilding wireless solution – Mature technology with high voice quality – Price effective, easy to deploy – DECT-only frequency band at 1.9 GHz, protected by FCC and European regulations Complete solution, no interoperability issues – Wireless telephones 3720 (low end) and 3725 (high end) – Wireless transmitters RBS (Radio Base stations) with internal and external antennas, Outdoor housing separately available – AIWS (Avaya Inbuilding Wireless Server) for centralized management, Hardware/Software/Licenses in one bundle Standard: centralized management for up to 120 phones Enterprise: centralized management for up to 1000 phones DECT R4
© 2009 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved.3 Solution View – Network and System Topology Integral Enterprise ISDN DECT RBS Avaya Inbuilding Wireless Server (AIWS) UpN Integral 5 Intranet Advanced Charger Rackmount Charger
© 2009 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved.4 DECT Phones Avaya 3720 (Low cost office handset) – Black and white display – Loudspeaker / hands free – Graphical user interface – Four way navigation key – 5 built-in UI languages – Advanced replacement, no SIM card needed anymore – Standby 180h, Talk Time 16h (under optimal conditions) Avaya 3725 (High end office / medical handset) – Color display – Loudspeaker / hands free – Graphical user interface – Five way navigation key – Bluetooth headset interface (Bluetooth 2.0, handsfree profile) – Liquid and dust protected (IP 44) – Multi-functional button (alarm call, answer call, etc.) – Advanced replacement, no SIM card needed anymore – Standby 120h, Talk Time with BlueTooth Headset 13h, w/o Bluetooth Headset 20h (under optimal conditions)
© 2009 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved.5 ISDN DECT Radio Base Station (RBS) New RBS RM627 (internal antennas) and RM637 (external antennas) 100% compatible with legacy RBS (RM617 etc.), mixed installations possible, legacy DECT handsets (D3 etc.) can still be used Old site survey toolkits can still be used (except when doing measurements with external antennas) Support for messaging via NovaLink MACS remains unchanged No support for legacy DECT2 board, all other DECT boards are supported Encrypted communication between RBS and DECT handsets now possible (only with RM627 and RM637, not with legacy RBS)
© 2009 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved.6 Which charger for what? Basic Charger – Charges one DECT phone (3720 and 3725) – Charge time: 4 h 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 h Rackmount Charger – Same functionality as advanced charger but for six DECT phones (3720 and 3725) – Charge time: 4 h Multiple Battery Charger – Charges six batteries (3725) – Charge time: 4 h
© 2009 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved.7 Avaya Inbuilding Wireless Server (AIWS) Software Download Via Advanced/Rackmount Charger Centralized Handset Configuration Via Advanced/Rackmount Charger Virtual SIM Card Avaya Inbuilding Wireless Server (AIWS) Intranet Advanced Charger Rackmount Charger
© 2009 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved.8 Using charging cradles for configuration Laptop and USB connection – Possible with advanced and rackmount charger PDM AIWS LAN PDM Web browser and AIWS – Possible with advanced and rackmount charger
© 2009 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved.9 INTELLIGENT COMMUNICATIONS
© 2005 All rights reserved for Avaya Inc. and Tenovis GmbH & Co. KG INTEGRAL Mobility DECT D3 mobile.
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