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Audio features
• Yealink Optima HD voice
• Full-duplex hands-free speakerphone with AEC
• Codecs: G.722 (Wideband), G.711 (A/µ), G.723.1, G.729AB, G.726, GSM, iLBC
• DTMF: In-band, Out-of-band (RFC 2833) and SIP INFO
• VAD, CNG, AEC, PLC, AJB, AGC

Directory
• Contacts synchronize with client
• Show favorite contact picture
• Support local contacts
• Support Global search, Compatible with exchange
• Smart dialing
• Call history: placed/received/missed/forwarded

Signing into Skype for Business
• Sign in: PIN Authentication/User credentials
• Signing in via BToE
• Signing in via phone web interface
• Web Sign-in
• Auto root certificate fetch

BToE features
• Click to call/Click to answer
• Audio device switch from IP Phone to PC
• wireless pairing with PC client
• As a PC Audio device Phone features
• Presence status synchronize with client
• Reset presence status, Privacy mode
• Phone Lock
• Favorite contacts sorting
• Favorite contacts click to call
• Call hold, call waiting, redial, mute
• Branch office support
• Call forward, call transfer, call park
• SFB conferencing (Microsoft CCCP)
• Boss/Admin function
• Common Area Phone (CAP)
• Calendar support
• Group call pickup

• Private line ring tones
• Hotline
• Music on hold
• Paging, Dial plan
• E911, Federation, Response group, Private line
• Ring tone selection/import/delete
• Visual voicemail, Message waiting indicator (MWI)
• Volume adjustment

Interface
• Dual-port Gigabit Ethernet
• Built-in a USB port, support Bluetooth headset (Through USB Dongle)
• Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af). class 0
• 1 x RJ9 (4P4C) handset port
• 1 x RJ9 (4P4C) headset port
• 1 x RJ12 (6P6C) EXT port: Supports up to 6 expansion modules

Display and indicator

• 7 800 x 480-pixel touch screen with backlight
• 24 bit depth color
• Modern Skype for Business interface, Full keyboard
• LED for call and message waiting indication
• Multilingual user interface
• Caller ID with name, number, picture
• Presence status control: available, busy, DND, be right back, off work, appear away

Network and security
• SIP v1 (RFC2543), v2 (RFC3261)
• LLDP-MED VLAN assignment
• IPv4/IPv6
• Proxy mode and peer-to-peer SIP link mode
• IP Assignment: Static/DHCP/PPPoE
• DNS Assignment: Static/DHCP
• HTTP/HTTPS web server
• Time and date synchronization using SNTP
• UDP/TCP/DNS-SRV (RFC 3263)
• QoS: 802.1p/Q tagging (VLAN), Layer 3 ToS, DSCP
• SRTP for voice, Transport Layer Security (TLS)
• EWS authentication
• HTTPS certificate manager
• Digest authentication using MD5/MD5-sess
• IEEE802.1X

Management
• Configuration: browser/phone/Auto provisioning
• Yealink Redirection and Provisioning Service (RPS)
• Auto Provisioning via Activation Code
• In-band provisioning
• In-Band Configuration Management
• QoE (Monitoring Reports)
• Single identity (active directory)
• Media Bypass, Firewall Traversal
• Reset to factory, reboot
• Package tracing export, system log
• Screenshot via URL
• Phone log click to upload
• View License status

Other physical features
• External Yealink AC adapter (optional):
AC 100

240V input and DC 5V/2A Output
• Power consumption (PSU): 2.0

6.4W
• Power consumption (PoE): 2.4

10.5W
• Dimension (W*D*H*T): 266mm*226mm*185mm*54mm
• Operating humidity: 10

95%
• Storage temperature: -10

Package features
• Package content:
– Yealink T48G Skype for Business Phone
– Handset with handset cord
– Ethernet Cable
– Stand
– Quick Start Guide
– Power Adapter (Optional)
– Wall Mount Bracket (Optional)
• Qty/CTN: 5 PCS
• N.W/CTN: 8.2 kg
• G.W/CTN: 9.0 kg
• Giftbox size: 324mm*263mm*128mm
• Carton Meas: 660mm*338mm*273mm


02/10/2017

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Unified Communications And Collaboration – DFT Communications #unified #communications #and #collaboration


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Unified Communications Collaboration (UC C) allows businesses and employees to communicate whenever, wherever and however they choose. Alteva’s UC C solution delivers its customers the ability to choose from multiple collaboration tools to deliver best in class end-users experience while giving businesses the tools they need to stay productive and efficient.

  • Call control and multimodal communications
  • Presence
  • Instant messaging
  • Unified messaging
  • Speech
  • Conferencing
  • Collaboration tools

Features

Alteva’s Collaborate Service Provides:

Audio Only Conferencing for up to 150 users

This is an “on-demand” audio conferencing service provides the capability to conference up to 150 parties simultaneously. A bridge number and unique password is provided to each subscriber on a convenient wallet sized card for easy access to the conference bridge.

Automated Event Conferencing for up to 500 users

This is an automated reservations-based conferencing service for large business meetings up to 500 simultaneous users. This service provides basic conferencing capabilities for day-to-day business calls that have larger participant numbers. This service is used when higher level coordination is needed for standard bridge calls. The web portal interface is provided for post call management.

38 Temple Street
Fredonia, NY 14063

Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm
Effective 7/31/17:
Monday-Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm

Customer Service:
(716) 673-3000

332 Fluvanna Ave.
Jamestown, NY 14701

Customer Service:
(716) 483-8000

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11/08/2017

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Unified Communications Solutions #uc, #uc #one, #unified #communications, #collaboration, #voice, #voice


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Unified Communications

Unified Communications – Driving Your Business Forward

Boost productivity, save money and work smarter. Ensure your employees are productive wherever they are by enabling them to easily and instantly chat and share information via desktop or mobile devices, whilst using a single business identity.

You need to focus on running your business. Let Exponential-e’s team of experts provide you with the backup and support you need. At Exponential-e we provide a fully managed service with 24 / 7 x 365 support. and issue regular updates containing the latest features and functions to ensure your service is future-proofed.

A great Unified Communications service needs a great Network and our private, secure and resilient one means we can eliminate the effects of packet loss, latency and jitter to ensure excellent voice and video quality – all backed up by our single end-to-end SLA.

Benefits

  • Increase productivity by enabling fast and fluid communication that boosts agility, speeds up idea-sharing, decision making and makes your company more efficient.
  • Give remote workers access to the same functionality as their office-based colleagues, enabling them to collaborate as if they were at the next desk.
  • Save time and money on travel by introducing UC applications like audio and video conferencing and desktop sharing over the Cloud .
  • Business continuity is assured by services and features delivered safely from the Cloud – so that communications are continuously available in the event of an on-site disaster.
  • Access the latest communications technology over the Cloud, without the need for investment in infrastructure, systems or equipment, and with impressive savings over legacy PBXs and phone lines.
  • Deliver new functionality in real-time to quickly meet changing needs, without having to recruit and retain expensive in-house technical experts.
  • Peace of Mind-as-a-Service because the Unified Communications service is delivered over our secure and private Network service reliability and great voice and video quality are assured. In case there is an issue we’re always here to help you with our 24 / 7 x 365 support .

Benefit from the simplicity of a Unified Communications solution from Exponential-e

Watch our video to discover more about our Unified Communications portfolio and how we can help you to connect your workforce – wherever they might be, and whatever device they may be using.


08/08/2017

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What is DevOps (Development and Operations)? Webopedia Definition #enterprise, #developer, #software,


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DevOps – development and operations

DevOps (dev elopment and op erations ) is an enterprise software development phrase used to mean a type of agile relationship between development and IT operations. The goal of DevOps is to change and improve the relationship by advocating better communication and collaboration between these two business units.

Why Do We Need DevOps in the Enterprise?

In the enterprise there is a need to break down silos, where business units operate as individual entities within the enterprise where management, processes and information are guarded. On the software development side and for those working in IT operations there needs to be better communication and collaboration to best serve the IT business needs of the organization.

DevOps Culture

One answer to breaking down enterprise silos is the move towards a DevOps-based culture that partners developers with operations staff to ensure the organization achieves optimal running of software with minimal problems. This culture is one that supports a willingness to work together and share.

The DevOps culture puts a focus on creating a fast and stable work flow through development and IT operations. One main goal of DevOps is to deploy features into production quickly and to detect and correct problems when they occur, without disrupting other services.

DevOps Principles

DevOps is not based on stringent methodologies and processes: it is based on professional principles that help business units collaborate inside the enterprise and break down the traditional silos. The guiding principles of DevOps include culture, measurement, automation and sharing.

DevOps is considered to be a new approach to the more traditional application lifecycle management (ALM) process.

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29/07/2017

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Educational Technology #engaging #activities,high #school #(grades: #9-12),language #arts,middle #school #(grades: #6-8),professional


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CATEGORY: Educational Technology

Posted May 2, 2017

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Posted September 13, 2016

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Posted April 6, 2016

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Posted September 10, 2014

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Posted December 19, 2013

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Posted December 14, 2013

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Posted November 1, 2013

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Posted July 29, 2013

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Posted June 5, 2013

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Posted April 29, 2013

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17/06/2017

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