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1 Presented by Glenn M. Reed Engineer PBX Systems Engineering Tampa Electric Company

2 TECO Energy is an S&P 500 energy company headquartered in Tampa, Florida. TECO Energy's five business units include Tampa Electric, a regulated electric utility serving more than 635,000 customers in West Central Florida; Peoples Gas System, Florida's largest natural gas distribution utility; TECO Coal, producer of conventional coal and synthetic fuel; TECO Transport, river and ocean waterborne transportation provider; and TECO Guatemala, owner of two power plants and an interest in Guatemala's largest distribution utility. TECO Energy is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TE. Who is TECO Energy

3 Who is Tampa Electric Tampa Electric has supplied the Tampa Bay area with electricity since Its West Central Florida service area covers 2,000 square miles, including all of Hillsborough County and parts of Polk, Pasco and Pinellas counties. The company has 4,400 megawatts of generating capacity and over 645,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers that depend on Tampa Electric for reliable power and value-added energy services. Tampa Electric Company is the principal subsidiary of TECO Energy, Inc. (NYSE: TE), an integrated energy-related holding company with core businesses in the utility sector, complemented by a family of unregulated businesses. Tampa Electric Company is a regulated utility with both electric and gas divisions (Tampa Electric and Peoples Gas System). Other subsidiaries are engaged in waterborne transportation, coal and independent power.

4 Telephone Network Overview 33 Nortel PBX’s – 3 CS1000M’s (81C’s) at the core Statewide 5-digit dialing 21 PBX’s Covered by ETM 50 PRI T1’s Covered by ETM 9 T1 ETM Appliances (7-3200’s, , & ) 21 ETM Analog Appliances (6-1010’s, ’s, & ’s)

5 Original Planned Use of ETM – Modem Security

6 Common Benefits of ETM Call Monitor T1 Health SNMP Trap alarms to our Harris Network Management System T1 Circuit number tracking History Reports with Usage Manager

7 We Output 5-Digit Caller ID to ETM

8 Call Masking and Emergency Response PSAP TECO 24 Hour Security Desk Remote PBX Ext. 45xxx 911 goes out Analog B CLID: Channelside Drive CLID: Source Number: +1(813) Destination Number: 911 Source Name: unavail Source Location: unavail Switch: ESA

9 Call Masking and Emergency Response / PSAP TECO 24 Hour Security Desk Remote PBX Ext. 45xxx Core Ext. 39xxx 911 goes out PRI w/ CLID ETM Call Masking 45xxx = CLID: Channelside Drive CLID: Source Number: +1(000) Destination Number: 911 Source Name: PERDOMO, RODNEY Source Location: CENTRAL Switch: TECO Plaza

10 Call Masking and 911

11 Call Masking and SIMRING Also referred to as PCA – Personal Call Assistant Feature of the Nortel Succession/Meridian PBX’s Release 3.0< Any phone number can ring simultaneous to desk phone

12 Call Masking and SIMRING

13 Call Masking and SIMRING

14 IPS Warnings

15 Call Recording Evaluating – Considering the benefits of expanding Record all 911 Calls out of our Corporate Headquarters Offering Security the ability to record harassment calls

16 Call Accounting Previously Used Symphony Telecenter Approximately 4,500 Directory Listings with Costing Information Synchronized link with SAP database Provides non-SAP info to our Online Corporate Directory (ext., location, etc.) Using International Costing by dividing Country Codes in the Dialing Plan

17 Call Accounting “What has been outstanding about the ETM system is the support, flexibility, simplicity, and control of the entire network. Its been a great tool and has been reliable. Support for Telecenter, our previous software, was not good. The application, though very robust, was too complicated and had too many problems. It relied on multiple modem lines to get the SSR's polling data, devices would stop polling when it reached capacity, and it required someone to constantly dial into the system to check if all of the collection devices were operating properly. In general, the old system was too complicated, with too little support, and offered no automated way to pull in data.” - Donna Pearson, Call Accounting Administrator

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