A joint development between Mitel and Digital is set to bring telephony and messaging services together, using an Alpha Server 1000 running Windows NT.
The bundle, dubbed the Integrated Telecommunications Alphaserver, will coordinate voice and data, give multi-site communication abilities to users, the two companies said. The product will be initially available in the US and Canada in December, with Europe coming early next year. The server works either with existing telephone networks or as a standalone PBX.
The components include Mitel?s Mediapath Platform telecommunications cards and software, and Digital?s DECtalk and Exchange Server software, at prices starting at $26,761. The companies are offering a number of options including expansion to a maximum of 48 trunk lines and 96 desktop lines per Alphaserver.
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