The ESPA Multiplexer by ATT acts as a type of concentrator to allow multiple existing ESPA interfaces to be transmitted to a single ESPA 4.4.4 input. This not only spares you complex installations but depending on the situation also expensive upgrades of the existing hardware infrastructure.
The AMX Alarm Management solution is constantly running under an improvement process since 15 years and is now introduced in its eight's generation (Windows 7, Windows Server 2008). To further progress the already high quality, ATT started a bonus program in which partners can help us and - for sure - will be rewarded for it. Findings among others could be, corrections in the documentation, hints for optimising the usability or proposing innovative new features for the AMX Aalarm Management solution.
The AMX Alarm Management Server informs, alerts and mobilises with via OMM (Open Mobility Manager) from Aastra, in connection with the new SIP-DECT base stations. The new OMM platform contains a XML interface and offers the following new features when compared to the current integrated DECT solutions:
The AMX Alarm Management Server is available for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and also in a virtualised environment (VMware). As well as VOIP (SIP, RTP & XML), the classic TDM connection continues to be supported. In addition, the AMX Release 10 is also equipped with the localisation application.
As a member of the Aastra Approved Partner Program (A2P2), the solution is qualified.
Avaya today announced that the AMX Alarm Management Server is compliant with strategic IP telephony solutions from Avaya Inc., a global leader in business collaboration systems, software and services