Business Telephone Systems

Avaya IP406 R2 Office Platform

The Avaya IP Office platform is the ultimate in converged voice and data technology. IP Office brings a combination of voice and data applications formerly reserved for only the largest corporations. Cutting edge customer service with easy to use tools is now available to the smallest of businesses.

IP Office has a full range of communications tools that have been integrated into this cost effective platform. Remote LAN access, Computer Telephony Integration , customer relationship management, high-speed internet access and voicemail are just a few of the communications needs of the small to medium enterprise delivered by Avaya's IP Office family.

The IP406 V2 Office can be ordered in four trunk configurations Quad BRI, single/dual PRI (T1), single/dual PRI (E1) and 4 x Analog (loop start) trunks. A spare expansion slot is available to add an additional trunk card (Analog, BRI or PRI).

Avaya IP406 V2 Office base unitOptional internal upgrades allow for the support of up 12 x V.90 modem calls and a 5, 10, 20 or 30-channel Voice Compression Module (VCM). The VCM module supports 5, 10, 20 or 30 simultaneous Voice over IP sessions. These can be used for either providing networking between sites over a Wide Area Network or supporting IP Telephones and Soft phones. An IP extension only uses the compression module whilst on a call to a non-IP extension/line. Hence, it is possible to support more extensions than the capacity of the VCM.

Through support of up to six external Expansion Modules, IP406 V2 can be enhanced to support a mixture of Analog, Digital or IP Handsets to maximum of 190.

IP Office can be used to network 2 locations together reducing costs and streamling communications.

The IP406 V2 Office is the new 406 hardware. The IP406 V2 Office base unit is 19" rack mountable. and supports as standard.

Note: A data channel is used whenever a call is made from the IP network to an exchange line (Central Office). For example, four people surfing the Internet will use a single data channel since they all share the same line to the ISP. Two people remotely accessing the Office LAN from home will use two data channels since they have dialed in on separate lines. IP extensions do not use data.