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© Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG – 2013 Sales Presentation Updated as of Release 2.1 [depl-1658 v2.10] Aastra 400 and Aastra BluStar Ecosystem All-in-one Business Communications Solution for SME
© Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG – 2013 Aastra 400 and Aastra BluStar Ecosystem 06 - Enterprise Networking
© Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG – 2013 Aastra 400 Networking Solutions Aastra 400 offers several methods to build up enterprise communication networks Aastra Intelligent Networking AIN using the existing VoIP-ready data network Private SIP networking using the existing data network QSIG networking using private or leased lines Virtual networking using the public ISDN network Multiple AIN networks can be aggregated to a large global network using Private SIP Networking January, 2013Aastra 400 Sales Presentation 3
© Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG – 2013 Aastra 400 Network Evaluation (I) January, 2013Aastra 400 Sales Presentation +++: excellent++: good+: basic-: not supported Network attributesAINSIP QSIG (PSS1) Virtual (ISDN) Telephony feature set Number of network nodes41100not limited Interworking with other Aastra call managers Interworking with Non-Aastra call managers Centralised network management Centralised network services (billing, operator, directories) +++ (OIP)++ + Fix network costs None with existing VoIP ready network None with existing VoIP ready network Rental costs for fix lines None (public ISDN network) Variable communication costs Free site-to-site calls Costs per call Licence requirements (Call manager)AIN licences SIP access channel licences QSIG channel licences - 4
© Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG – 2013 Aastra 400 Network Evaluation (II) January, 2013Aastra 400 Sales Presentation Network-wide services SIP (WAN) QSIG (fix lines) Routing Direct Dialing Plan DDI, Overflow routing, Least Cost Routing LCR Direct Dialing Plan DDI, Overflow routing, Least Cost Routing LCR, Break-out, Break- In Call forwardingCFB, CFNR, CFU Three party Inquiry, Hold, Brokering, Call transfer, Recall, Conference IdentificationCLIP, CLIR, CNIP, CNIR, COLP, CONP User Comfort Dialing by name Do not disturb, Deflect/reject call during ringing Dialing by name, Do not disturb Deflect/reject call during ringing Call Completion Busy Subscriber CCBS Transmit DTMF signals T.38 protocol for FoIP (Fax over IP) n.a. Security Authentication between nodes, Secure VoIP (SRTP, TLS) Peer-to-peer connections using fix lines no public access 5
© Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG – 2013 Aastra Intelligent Networking AIN Use the existing data network for voice Networks with up to 40 locations “Free of charge” calls within private network Central Operator with Busy Lamp Field Centralised services such as billing, directories, management... Distributed teams, network-wide DECT roaming etc. Users have access to all telephony features irrespective where they are Mobile/home workers simply need internet access January, 2013Aastra 400 Sales Presentation 6
© Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG – 2013 Private SIP Networking Private SIP Networking is a complementary offer to AIN Co-use of existing VoIP ready data network Free site-to-site calls Up to 100 nodes, peer to peer architecture Interoperability with other Aastra platforms (e.g. Aastra MX-ONE, Aastra 5000, IntelliGate) MD-5 authentication Secure VoIP January, 2013Aastra 400 Sales Presentation “Private SIP networking allowing very flexible and secure multi-site communication. Support of Aastra and non-Aastra communication servers” 7
© Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG – 2013 Private SIP Networking SIP networking features: Calling name presentation (incoming / outgoing) Call Hold and retrieve, Call Transfer Conference calls PSTN Break out Fax over IP T.38 transmission between network nodes January, 2013Aastra 400 Sales Presentation SIP trunk Location 2 Location 1 WAN 8
© Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG – 2013 QSIG Networking Aastra 400 can interwork with any communication system that supports the Q.SIG standard Aastra 400 Q.SIG features: Calling name presentation (incoming / outgoing) Call Hold and retrieve, Call Transfer Conference calls Call Completion to Busy Subscriber CCBS Existing PBX’s, even from other vendors, can be re-used when connected with Aastra 400 -> investment protection January, 2013Aastra 400 Sales Presentation ETSI QSIG ISO PSS1 Aastra 400 Any PBX supporting QSIG 9
© Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG – 2013 Thank you! Aastra Telecom Schweiz AG January, Aastra 400 Sales Presentation
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