At this week's Networld+Interop show in Las Vegas, Mitel is demonstrating a PBX on a Windows NT server, and software that integrates the management of voice services with an industry standard LDAP directory.
Mitel claims its SX-2000 for Windows NT is the first single-box, full featured PBX running on an NT server. The NT based PBX system offers features such as call control, digital trunking, voicemail, auto attendant and call costing, as well as supporting the standard computer-telephony interfaces TAPI and TSAPI.
The system is designed for small to medium-sized companies with between 40 and 120 users. It is delivered as a pre-packaged solution running on one Intel server. Pricing will be between $950 and $1,350 per user, depending on the configuration.
OPS Manager for Windows NT combines the management of Mitel?s voice-over-Lan products with the use of an industry standard LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) directory. This means the same directory can be used for managing users of the voice and data networks. The software, which will ship by mid-summer, will be priced starting at $6,000 for a single site configuration.
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