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  • Upto 5000 Voicemail boxes with 30 minute storage each.
  • 8-480 Ports per Chasis, can be any mix of TDM.
  • Linux System. Supports both TDM and VoIP/SIP Trunks.

XOP Networks, Inc’s Voice Mail Server (VMS) is a next generation voicemail system that can scale from 100s to thousands of mail boxes. Its uniqueness comes from its ability to support a number of legacy TDM interfaces (CAS E&M, PRI, MF trunks) and well as IP based as SIP and H.323 trunks. Consequently, it can be used very effectively when an enterprise or a service provider needs to migrate its voicemail resources from TDM to all IP environment.

  • Enterprise Voicemail
  • Service Provider Voicemail
  • “Voicemail Central” – multiple telephones associated with one mailbox
  • Subscriber Access to Voicemail via Web Portal, PDAs – Blackberry, iPhone, others
  • Voicemail to Email
  • Sub-mail Boxes
  • Announcement Only Boxes
  • Message Waiting Indication – SMDI
  • Message Waiting Indication using SIP
  • Message Waiting Indication via Phone Call
  • Web Portal based System Administration
  • Multiple Mailbox Configuration Options
  • Find-me before Voicemail Deposit
  • Back, Pause, Forward
  • Secure Voicemail Retrieval based on Password or ANI

Voice Mail Server Data Sheet

Voicemail is a 'must have' revenue generating service for most service providers. As service providers plan the migration of their networks from a legacy circuit switched environment to packet switched environment, the challenge is, "how do we move our current Voicemail subscriber base?"

Format: PDF
File Size: 2.45 MB

2016-08-28T18:43:07+00:00

Format: PDF
File Size: 2.45 MB

Voicemail is a ‘must have’ revenue generating service for most service providers. As service providers plan the migration of their networks from a legacy circuit switched environment to packet switched environment, the challenge is, “how do we move our current Voicemail subscriber base?”

IOC Voice Mail Service White Paper

This White Paper from XOP Networks explains how to support Voicemail as you migrate your network from TDM to IP. The XOP Networks' Voice Mail Application (VMA) running on the Universal Service Node (USN) platform can answer all of these challenges, while reducing both CAPEX and OPEX for the operating companies.

Format: PDF
File Size: 0.36 MB

2016-08-29T18:26:58+00:00

Format: PDF
File Size: 0.36 MB

This White Paper from XOP Networks explains how to support Voicemail as you migrate your network from TDM to IP. The XOP Networks’ Voice Mail Application (VMA) running on the Universal Service Node (USN) platform can answer all of these challenges, while reducing both CAPEX and OPEX for the operating companies.