platform consists of analog, digital, wireless, and
Voice over IP phones all integrated within a common
system. The system is completely digital at
the core and makes use of Digital Signal
Processor (DSP) technology, allowing for easy
upgrades and enhancements via. software change
rather than hardware change.
its smallest size, the Axxess
is configured to support 4 lines and 16 digital
stations. With an integrated
"in-skin" (installed inside the main
control cabinet) voice mail system, the Axxess
is built to support a small company environment.
To meet growth expansion needs, more line and
station cards can be installed, up to 128 ports (a
combination of lines and stations) within a single
cabinet. Up to 8 cabinets can be combined for
a total maximum count of 1024 ports at any one
location. Up to 63 locations can then be
"networked" to support up to 40,000 total
combined lines and stations.
strength of the Axxess
is its ability to function in a fully integrated
manner with a wide variety of applications.
Examples include voice mail and unified messaging
with call record, Caller ID capture and display menu
support. Other applications include a full
call center suite, computer control of phone
instruments, and soft-phone products.
Open Architecture Interface (OAI) turns the system
into an open development platform allowing the
"endless expansion" of the system's
capabilities. With the largest developed base
of 3rd party applications of any system platform,
expanded capabilities of the Axxess
include voice recognition, enhanced desktop control
of the system, digital call record, and advanced
call center applications.