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© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Aastra mobility Offer September 2012
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 solution Architecture A6xxd / A650c CAT-iq SIP Terminals - G.722 AM 7450 R2.4 SP1 Audio HQ RFP 35/36/37 CAT-iq Handover WLAN abgn Aastra 5000 R5.4 SP1 WLAN abgn RFP 43 WLAN / DECT Audio HQ A6xxd / A650c CAT-i SIP
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution Evolutions New infrastructure with new generation RFPs DECT RFP 35, 36, 37 CAT-iq (wide band audio) New RFP 43 WLAN (both capabilities DECT/WLAN) compatible abgn New terminals New range A612d, 622d, 632d New A650c terminal CAT-iq compatible (wide band audio) Evolution of the interface between Aastra 5000 and SIP-DECT in SIP standard Ad-hoc 3 party conference : managed by the OMM Evolution of the interface for DECT user management OM AXI between AM7450 / AMP and Open Mobility Manager (OMM) Increased integration Aastra 622d
© Aastra – 2012 New generation of DECT RFPs Compliant with wide band audio (CAT-iq 1.0) >G.722 support More powerfull processor 1Gbit compact flash allowing local boot of the RFP (no need TFTP server) Ports : >Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbits >USB 2.0 (indoor RFPs only) RFP 32/34 compatible (size/ screw) New DECT RFPs 35, 36, Indoor RFP 35Outdoor RFPs 36 and 37 RFP 36RFP 37
© Aastra – DECT channels, 8 voice channels and 4 signalling channels DECT CAT-iq 1.0 compliant (A650c only) DECT XQ compliant (reflective buildings) PoE 802.3af class 3 Or external power supply 230V AC LAN 1 Gbit/s New USB 2.0 port The RFP downloads its software : Via the Aastra 5000 TFTP server, or an external TFTP serveur Via its USB 2.0 port RFP 35 New indoor RFP Alimentation Externe Port LAN 1 Gbit/s Port USB 2.0
© Aastra – DECT channels, 8 voice channels and 4 signalling channels DECT CAT-iq 1.0 compliant (A650c only) DECT XQ compliant (reflective buildings) Integrated antennas (dipole) PoE 802.3af class 3 LAN 1 Gbit/s Protection IP 65 Dust & water Can be fixed on the wall or mast-mounted RFP 36 New outdoor RFP with integrated antennas
© Aastra – DECT channels, 8 voice channels and 4 signalling channels DECT CAT-iq 1.0 compliant (A650c only) DECT XQ compliant (reflective buildings) External antennas (dipoles or directionnels) PoE 802.3af class 3 LAN 1 Gbit/s Protection IP 65 dust & water Can be fixed on the wall or mast-mounted RFP 37 New outdoor RFP with external antennas
© Aastra – DECT channels, 8 voice channels and 4 signalling channels DECT CAT-iq 1.0 compliant (A650c only) DECT XQ compliant (reflective buildings) WLAN Access Point IEEE a, b, g and n (MIMO 2x2) Integrated WLAN antennas (2,4 GHz / 5 GHz frequency ranges) 1 to 4 BSSIDs (Basic Service Set Identifiers) per WLAN access point PoE 802.3af class 3 Or external power supply 230V AC LAN 1 Gbit/s Unique for DECT/WLAN New USB 2.0 port (similar usage than RFP 35) RFP 43 WLAN New indoor RFP DECT / WLAN Alimentation Externe Port LAN 1 Gbit/s DECT & WLAN Port USB 2.0
© Aastra – 2012 Current range Aastra 610d, 620d, and 630d is slowly remplaced & enriched Entry level terminal A610d A612d Mid level terminal A620d A622d High level and « PTI » terminal A630d A632d A new Aastra 650c terminal (wide band audio) SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution New range of DECT terminals DECT Terminal Aastra 622d
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution Range of terminals Aastra 6x2d Aastra 612d Emergency key Aastra 632d Aastra 622d Volume & Prog (3 sidekeys) Entry level IP 50 compatible Business IP 50 Compatible Industrial IP 65 compatible »Hands free full duplex »44 rings »Headset jack »Personal directory 200 contacts »Call logs »3 programmables keys »10 access for speed dial »Ambiant noise filter »Hands free full duplex »44 rings »Headset jack »Personal directory 200 contacts »Call logs »Vibrator »Prog. audio profiles »Bluetooth interface »7 prog. keys »10 access for speed dial »A632d –Alarm sensor for Man down, immobility, evacuation –9 level for ring volume (1 very loud) 3 soft keys Loudspeaker Navigation pad Backlit colour display 1 Hotkey (prog.) (622d/632d only) NEW
© Aastra – 2012 Aastra 612d Colour display More powerfull processor & RAM New software 5.0 / new ergonomics Aastra 622d More powerfull processor & RAM New software 5.0 / new ergonomics Aastra 632d Front and rear shells made of plastic dual injection More powerfull processor & RAM New software 5.0 / new ergonomics SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution Novelties of Aastra 6x2d range
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution New Aastra 650c terminal Aastra 650c is a new DECT IP/SIP terminal based on CAT-iq 1.0 standard Well suited for intensive users Wide band audio (similar to G.722) thanks to its new components (loud speaker, microphone, processor) Functionnaly equivalent to A622d terminal New accessories (belt clip, leather pouch) DECT Terminal Aastra 650c DECT Terminal Aastra 622d 1cm
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution A 60xd/c – SD Card (optional) micro SD card support (Aastra) for A62x/63xd and 650c Ease the repair process Local parameters are copied on the card So are IPEI and DECT subsciption Security Data on the card are ciphered Only an Aastra SD card can be used No other data must be copied on the card !
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution Release : new features Full SIP interface between Aastra 5000 and OMM New OM AXI Web Services interface between AM7450/AMP and OMM for user provisioning CAT-iq 1.0 wide band audio support VoIP codecs support : G.722, G.729 Integrated ad-hoc 3 party conference in OMM Free Seating between DECT terminals
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution Evolution of the interface with Aastra 5000 IP-DECT / OMM 2.1 ≤R5.4 SPx Aastra 5000 specific software SIP interface + extension in Aastra « DECT Stimuli » protocol >Offers management by iPbx for complex functions and display on DECT terminal >Call logs / missed calls via XML-interf. Aastra mobiles licenses Interface kept in A5000 R5.4 SP (installed base) SIP-DECT / OMM 4.0 ≥R5.4 SP1 Common software for SIP-DECT & A5000 IP DECT Full SIP interface + XML terminal interface >3 party conference in SIP by the OMM >Other complex functions (call waiting, forward, etc.), and call log access via XML interface Aastra mobiles licenses AM 7450 R2.4 SP1 RFP OMM 4.0 Aastra 5000 R5.4 SP1 RFP
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution Evolution of the user’s provisioning interface IP-DECT / OMM 2.1 ≤R5.4 SPx Interface based on file exchange between OMM and AMP of Call Manager A5000 / AX Series Offers automatic update of OMM 2.1 database for the DECT users declared in A5000 Interface kept in A5000 R5.4 SP (installed base) SIP-DECT / OMM 4.0 ≥R5.4 SP1 Use of the public interface « OM AXI » (application XML Interface) between OMM and Aastra 5000 / AX Series Call Manager Offers automatic update of OMM 4.0 database for the DECT users and the conference rooms declared in A5000 DECT users can be dynamic (for free seating) or static OM AXI interface is not locked for this purpose AM 7450 R2.4 SP1 RFP OMM 4.0 Aastra 5000 R5.4 SP1 RFP Abt. DECT Abt. Conférences Configuration XML
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution Wide band audio : CAT-iq (Cordless Advanced Technology - Internet and Quality) Calls are done in wide band audio when infrastructure + DECT terminals support CAT-iq 1.0 The G.722 audio codec is used This wide band audio function needs to be activated for a SITE. The SITE must contain new generation RFPs only to allow CAT-iq activation. Limitations : RFPs manage only 4 wide band audio channels (instead of 8 channels in narrow band) You must not mix CAT-iq sites and non CAT-iq sites inside a cluster Wide band audio is available only if all parties involved are compatible, eg. Call Serveur, caller and called are G.722 compatible The DECT-XQ activation and the CAT-iq activation are not compatible simultaneously
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution Codecs Support of Codecs VoIP : G.722 (10, 20, 30 ms) G.711 (10, 20, 30 ms) G.729 (10, 20, 30 ms) G.729 is licensed on OMM G.722 only with new generation RFPs (RFP 35,36,37,43) et le terminal 650c G.723 no more supported as from R4.0
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution 3 party conference by the OMM New function for 3 party conference in SIP Inside OMM Conf. ressources in the RFPs New generation RFPs only Put on Hold 1 1 Second call 2 2 Conference Menu 3 3 Both calls are Transfered to Conf. room Conference bridge in new generation RFPs Raccroché Remaining users stay in the conference untill they hang up
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution DECT Free-Seating Login / Logout in the DECT network Access by FAC 1 + extension + PIN code 1 DECT user must be configured with the right « dislodgeable» on A5000 side A user can’t log off on a IP/SIP Aastra terminal and log in on a DECT terminal Nota : 1 configured into the OMM Abo
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 & IP DECT 2.1 Solutions Releases compatibility A5000 R5.3A5000 R5.4A5000 R5.4 SP1 IP-DECT R 2.1 SIP-DECT R 4.0×× RFP 32/34 (1) RFP 35/36/37×× RFP 43 WLAN×× A610/620/630d (2) A612/622/632d (2) (3) A650c (2) (3) Notes (1) RFP 32/34 compatible with SIP-DECT 4.0, with 1 RFP 35,36,37 or 43 to host the OMM 4.0 software (2) A61x/62x/63xd/650c compatible with IP DECT 2.1 and Aastra 5000 TDM DECT (3) A622/632d/650c are not DOA in OMM 2.1
© Aastra – 2012 SIP-DECT 4.0 Solution Capacities OMM on RFPOMM on Server DECT RFPs DECT/WLAN RFPs A6xxd/c Terminals A142d Terminal Other terminals (GAP)500(no roaming over 256 RFPs) Conf. rooms3 / RFP 5 / dedicated RFP 3 / RFP 5 / dedicated RFP
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