Voice Mail Survivability for Comprehensive Survivability Solution
Along with the existing IP phone, Call Manager, and secondary master database survivability, IPedge now supports voice mail survivability for an end-to-end survivability solution. IPedge utilizes direct cluster networking technology in which each enabled node retains voice mail backup for every other node on the network. Advanced algorithms provide activity-based bandwidth optimization and overall voice mail reliability.
Easier Set-up With ADTRAN Gateway Configuration Wizard
With Release 1.5, IPedge's Enterprise Manager has now integrated its gateway configuration wizard for ADTRAN® gateways, making set-up faster and easier for users. Once the SIP trunk channel group and service definition information has been entered into the IPedge database, the wizard creates the configuration file. Toshiba also provides a separate gateway configuration wizard tool for AudioCodes gateways.
Simplification at the Core
Toshiba continues to deliver wizards and utilities in IPedge Enterprise Manager to simplify administration. IPedge now includes a Network DN Import/Export Wizard for importing and exporting the network DN table from Toshiba's Strata® CIX business telephone systems to IPedge systems and vice versa. IPedge also provides default system model database pre-configurations to get the IPedge system up-and-running within minutes.
In addition to the new features, IPedge also delivers multiple unified communications applications on a single Linux server, including call processing, voice mail and unified messaging, Call Manager unified communications, meet-me conferencing with Web collaboration and video, native SIP line and SIP trunk support, mobility, networking with other IPedge and/or Strata CIX systems, centralized administration, survivability, and feature-rich telephone endpoints.
•Flexible and feature-rich Unified Messaging; •Toshiba's Call Manager unified communications application; •Meeting application for audio/video conferences and Web collaboration; •Enterprise Manager browser-based system administration with centralized multi-site management; •Survivability and redundancy across the network; •Browser-based personal administration for individual users to program their own telephones; •IPMobility mobile phone clients; •uMobility Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC); •Contact Center solutions; •On-site mobility including Toshiba's wireless IP telephones; and •One hundred percent networking compatibility with Toshiba's Strata CIX IP converged systems.
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