The innovative architecture utilised by the modular, hardware based maximiser 5 Series business telephone system from SpliceCom, rips-up the conventional rulebook, delivering un- paralleled Total Cost of Ownership and Management - whatever the size of your business.
5108 Call Server - Supports up to 8/12 Users
Extends the cost-effective reach of maximiser down to the remote branch office of larger organisations and meets the standalone telephony requirements of smaller businesses. Housed in a single, half-size enclosure, the 5108 provides physical connectivity for 4 analogue and 4 IP telephone extensions. A maximium of 8 extensions can be supported on the 5108, although this can be expanded up to 12 through the optional 5108 Expansion Licence. 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. Up to 8 IP Trunks are also supported. The integrated Voice Processing system comes with 2 voicemail ports (which can be further expanded to 4) and 500 hours of voicemail storage.
5100 Call Server - Supports up to 500 Users
From small to large, from single site to multi-site, from simple dial-tone requirements to sophisticated Unified Communications and web-based IT application convergence, the 5100 Call Server allows customers to “mould” maximiser into what ever they want it to deliver for their particular business. Providing connectivity for up to 4 Power over Ethernet (PoE) IP and 8 analogue telephones (which can be further expanded to 16), each 5100 Call Server is capable of supporting up to 500 IP, analogue or GSM/3G mobile extensions. The integrated Voice Processing system comes with 4 voicemail ports (which can be further expanded to 16) and 1,500 hours of voicemail storage. Supplied with an initial capability to support up to 4 Basic Rate ISDN telephone lines (two Basic Rate ISDN connections), trunk capacity can be expanded further via two further Basic Rate ISDN (BRI), two Primary Rate ISDN (PRI)/DPNSS or IP Trunks, up to a maximum of 68 of any combination.
5315/5330 Phone Modules
Provides connectivity for up to 15 or 30 analogue telephones, modems or fax machines respectively. Connectivity between the maximiser 5100/Soft PBX/XS Call Servers and the 5315/5330 Phone Modules is via the 10/100 Mbps Link Ports on the front of the modules. It is this LAN connectivity that enables Phone Modules to be located anywhere on the Ethernet network where a connection point exists. The Phone Module allows a single CAT 5 (or better) cable to replace up to 30 conventional pairs of copper cable. The provision of four further LAN ports, supporting Power over Ethernet (PoE), allows the distribution of local IP Phones as well. A USB interface enables the use of a USB WiFi adapter as an alternative to a wired LAN link.
5500 Network Service Gateway
Delivers full functionality remote site survivability in the event of primary IP link failure between sites for maximiser 5 Series, Soft PBX and XS based systems, offering local ISDN PRI/BRI or SIP breakout. Also provides connectivity for legacy services and devices for maximiser Soft PBX Call Servers. Providing physical connectivity for 4 analogue telephones, each Network Service Gateway is capable of supporting up to 250 users in the event of primary IP link failure. This includes local Voice Processing with 2 voicemail ports (which can be further expanded to 8) and 730 hours of voicemail storage. Supplied with an initial capability to support up to 4 Basic Rate ISDN trunk lines (two Basic Rate ISDN connections), trunk capacity can be further expanded through Primary Rate ISDN (PRI)/DPNSS or SIP services, up to a maximum of 34 trunks.