Splicecom Maximiser Hardware
Splicecom maximiser is a business telephone system catering from 4 to 100,000 IP or analogue extensions. Completely scalable in design and distributed in architecture, all maximiser systems are built around just four modules representing two core components - Call Server and Phone Module. Embracing open industry standards wherever they exist, all maximiser solutions appear to customers, employees and system administrators alike as a single system, no matter how many separate sites, homeworkers or mobile employees are encompassed. maximiser is configured and managed as a single system via a standard web browser. For very large scale Enterprise and Hosted/Managed requirements, maximiser XS utilises the core maximiser S8000 operating system supporting up to 100,000 extensions.
Supporting rich functionality including a one number, "go anywhere, reach me any how" facility, GSM mobile extensions, multi-site hot desking, voicemail, auto-attendant, unified messaging and call recording as standard, maximiser is just at home, and more importantly proves cost-effective, for simple 4 extension "dial-tone" PBX requirements as it does in fully converged, multi-site installations.
5100 Call ServerThe 5100 Call Server provides the foundation of the maximiser system and supports up to 500 IP or analogue extensions. It is supplied as standard with 4-16 voicemail ports and 1,500 hours of voicemail storage. Basic Auto Attendant is also included. Constructed on a Linux platform and built around an LDAP database, the 5100 Call Server also provides the call routing capabilities, voice processing, a SIP Proxy Server, H.323 Gateway & GateKeeper and integral Apache Web Server. Supplied with an initial capability to support up to eight analogue extensions, the 5100 Call Sever provides physical expansion capabilities to support eight further analogue extensions and four directly connected IP Phones. Higher densities of IP and analogue phones are supported through the addition of standard LAN switches and maximiser Phone Modules respectively.
Supplied as standard with 4 Basic Rate ISDN telephone lines, trunk capacity can be expanded via two further Basic Rate interfaces, dual Primary Rate ISDN 30 (PRI)/DPNSS, SIP and H.323 IP Trunks. In scenarios where support for more than 500 users is required, multiple 5100s can be linked together via the IP LAN or WAN to provided a single seamless system for up to 10,000 users.
5315 Phone ModuleProvides connectivity for up to 15 analogue extensions and four IP Phones with Power over Ethernet (PoE). Connectivity to the 5100 Call Server is achieved via the LAN or an IP WAN link. In addition, a USB interface is provided, allowing an external WiFI adapter to be fitted in scenarios where wireless connectivity to the Call Server is required.
5330 Phone ModuleProvides connectivity for up to 30 analogue extensions and four IP Phones with Power over Ethernet (PoE). Connectivity to the 5100 Call Server is achieved via the LAN or an IP WAN link. In addition, a USB interface is provided, allowing an external WiFI adapter to be fitted in scenarios where wireless connectivity to the Call Server is required.
5108 Call ServerThe 5108 Call Server is designed for both smaller businesses and remote offices of larger organizations providing physical connectivity for four analogue telephone extensions and up to 8 IP phones. A single Basic Rate ISDN (BRI) trunk (2 channels) is supplied as standard. This can be expanded through the addition of a second BRI interface. SIP & H.323 IP Trunks are also supported; with the 5108 capable of supporting a maximum of 8 trunks of any type (BRI, SIP & H.323) The 5108 Call Server also offers a 2-4 port voice processing system offering voicemail, auto attendant and meet-me-conferencing facilities.
XS Call ServerThe maximiser XS Call Server, is a super-scalable IP Telephony platform that scales up to 100,000 users.
The XS Call Server utilises Splicecom's existing 5 Series maximiser S8000 application suite running on Apple's high-reliability Mac Pro or Xserve Unix platforms. Offering all of the familiar maximiser architectural trademarks - distributed processing, cost-effective scalability, equal support for IP and analogue phones, independence from the underlying LAN infrastructure - the XS Call Server also allows multiple S8000-M Virtual maximiser Call Servers to run on a single Mac Pro or Xserve platform. Each Virtual Call Server is capable of running a different level of software if required. This makes maximiser XS perfectly suited for running Managed, Hosted and Multi-Tenancy IP Telephony applications in addition to meeting large scale Enterprise requirements.