Product Brief
Nortel Business Communications Manager 450
A new, scalable platform that’s ideal for businesses with 30 to 2...
If you are currently a Norstar Modular
Integrated Communications System                Did you know?
(MICS) customer, now ...
set-up time by adding or deleting
  models, importing or exporting files        Going greener…
  for reuse, or creating a ...
Ad-hoc Conferencing                        important messages are sent and received    data metrics (e.g., Call Accounting...
Figure 2. Solution scenario, medium/large business


Buy what you need today.                     Upgrade without an overh...
Easily manage large,                        converged solution. Nortel’s data port-      For example, Business Communicati...
Figure 3. BCM client portfolio overview

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  1. 1. Product Brief Nortel Business Communications Manager 450 A new, scalable platform that’s ideal for businesses with 30 to 250 employees The way we do business has changed simultaneously, paving the way for benefits). With a voice over IP (VoIP) substantially over recent years. smooth migration from an IP-enabled communications framework at its core, Traditional work places that relied on to a pure IP deployment; so that you the Business Communications Manager paper-based transactions, hardware- can participate in the benefits of the 450 has a lot to offer: several integrated, based solutions, basic computers, and latest technologies while leveraging your value-added business applications, an networking capabilities have evolved existing investments. extensive telephony feature set, advanced together with globalization, distributed IP is transforming the way we do busi- networking, centralized configuration/ workforces, electronic and web transac- ness — how we connect our employees, monitoring and embedded security tions. Companies operate much differ- meet with our partners, and engage our throughout. SMBs that choose to move ently now and the challenge is choosing customers. Today’s increasingly mobile towards an IP platform will benefit from a communications system that meets the and dispersed workforce demands flex- proven efficiencies in network opera- needs of the ‘hyperconnected’ world we ible and fully-integrated communication tions and productivity gains fueled by live in — a world in which anything that solutions. These solutions can only be better collaboration and reduced time can be connected does get connected. delivered by a truly converged voice to decision. However, above all, SMBs This new paradigm will continue to and data network, like the Business choosing an IP platform can expect accelerate, leading to more complex and Communications Manager 450 (older higher customer satisfaction achieved diverse business environments that will technologies such as TDM don’t offer by greater accessibility and enriched demand more bandwidth, sophisticated the same network capabilities or feature service experiences. networks, applications and services. Faced with these challenges, how can you maintain your competitive advan- tage and still deliver the high-quality services your customers have come to expect? The answer: Nortel’s new Business Communications Manager 450 (BCM450) — the latest addition to Nortel’s award-winning, widely- deployed BCM portfolio. Designed specifically for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), Nortel’s Business Communications Manager 450 supports both IP and traditional digital technologies
  2. 2. If you are currently a Norstar Modular Integrated Communications System Did you know? (MICS) customer, now is the time You can migrate from a Norstar Modular Integrated Communications to make the switch to Business System (MICS) to the Business Communications Manager 450 platform Communications Manager 450 and start and still retain your existing phones, fiber trunk and station modules converging your voice and data into one — this can add up to 70 percent of the total cost of a new telephony integrated IP communications network. system. By supporting a hybrid (mixed) deploy- ment, the Business Communications Manager 450 lets you easily transition Two things that go hand • Using your Wide Area Network to from digital to pure IP — without a in hand with the Business securely transmit voice and fax calls complete infrastructure overhaul. In Communications Manager while avoiding long distance charges fact, the Business Communications 450 — accelerating your and capitalizing on advanced applica- Manager 450 is capable of extending business and saving you tions and conferencing capabilities. beyond the MICS capacity of 224 money! • Centralizing and simplifying admin- digital sets to accommodate the needs The Business Communications Manager istration, configuration and manage- of any IP or digital mix of up to 300 450 offers powerful applications and ment across your multiple sites with users. In addition to the capital savings, features that reduce operating costs, the Nortel Network Configuration by supporting the digital phones and enhance employee productivity and Manager (NCM). a similar telephony feature set, with increase customer satisfaction. Let’s Business Communications Manager • Template-based sets provisioning have a closer look at how the Business there is no incremental end user training makes it easier to program phones Communications Manager 450 can required. This helps make the migration by reusing existing profiles across a help increase operational efficiencies by: to IP simple and affordable. network of Business Communications Managers, dramatically reducing Why choose Business Communications Manager 450? High capacity: Supports up to 100 users with the base model — any mix — and up to 300 users with the new pluggable Capacity Expansion Card (CEC). Operability: Several significant operability enhancements build upon a solid foundation, established by previous releases from the Business Communications Manager portfolio, including the Business Communications Manager 50 Release 3.0. Some of the key improvements include new capabilities for Business Element Manager that make the initial installation and ongoing management easier, new GUI-based System Reset and Reboot Optimization functions, and a comprehensive task-based Troubleshooting Guide for all operations on the Business Communications Manager system. Simplified hardware platform: New Business Communications Manager hardware compo- nents, including the Base Function Tray (BFT), Chassis Interface Board (CIB) and Capacity Expansion Card (CEC), simplify installation, connectivity and expandability. Robust business applications: The addition of Meet-Me Conferencing (MMC) and further enhancements made to Intelligent Contact Center (ICC) and Unified Messaging (UM) round out an already impressive suite of rich features and capabilities.
  3. 3. set-up time by adding or deleting models, importing or exporting files Going greener… for reuse, or creating a library of set What’s good for business can also be good for the environment. The templates per function (e.g., execu- Business Communications Manager 450 enables anywhere-anytime tives, sales, marketing). communications, thereby reducing the need for employee travel, • Taking advantage of the system reset office space and energy consumption. In an ongoing commitment to function to enable system restoration reduce carbon footprint and also to reduce Total Cost of Ownership, to the default factory setting using a Nortel continues to enhance its products to minimize overall power simplified reset logic. consumption. Check out what Nortel is doing to make the business • Consulting the comprehensive suite world greener — visit nortel.com. of technical guides, developed using the Modular Task-Based Information (MTBI) standard, when executing example, sends callers promptly to the Big-business applications procedures in the operation of your agent most qualified to help them. — without a big price tag Business Communications Manager. The Business Communications Manager Business Communications With topics ranging from installation 450 comes with hundreds of telephony Manager 450: Get ready for to administration and configuration, features and a full suite of integrated flexibility and scalability users will benefit from significant applications pre-loaded “in the box” time savings and greater accuracy in The Business Communications Manager — and as your business needs evolve, executing these various tasks. 450 base offering provides ample you can easily activate more capabilities capacity to meet the growth require- without having to purchase additional Enhance employee productivity ments of most small and medium-sized expensive hardware. Rich multimedia Secure remote Internet access and VoIP, businesses. By adding the Capacity applications can be activated to voice- and enhanced ‘near the office’ mobility Expansion Card (CEC), the Business and chat-enable a website. These features enables users to stay in touch any time Communications Manager 450 expands are all orderable via simple software they’re away from their desks. up to 300 users with trunk capacity and keycodes and do not require extra interfaces to effectively support a variety Increase revenues and business hardware. of applications and global networking Take advantage of optional intelligent demands. The number of confer- Meet-Me Conferencing contact center and self-service voice encing ports also scales in line with the The easy-to-use Meet-Me Conferencing menu applications (i.e., automated maximum supported users. What does functionality allows parties to establish attendant) that make it easier and more this mean for your organization? A a teleconference for up to 120 total enjoyable for customers to do business simple and flexible solution that scales participants using the CEC, with 60 with you. Skills-based routing, for as your business needs grow. simultaneous participants on one conference, by calling into a specified telephone number and extension at an agreed-upon time. The application includes a rich set of user controls, enabling the “chairperson” to start, stop, secure and control the conference. This makes it ideal for larger confer- ences, specifically those involving outside suppliers or customers. Figure 1. Business Communications Manager 450
  4. 4. Ad-hoc Conferencing important messages are sent and received data metrics (e.g., Call Accounting, Auto Now it’s easy to get the team together regardless of terminal or device — a real Attendant Call Routing and Voicemail). for a meeting at the spur of the moment, time saver and productivity booster. The full version is an off-box system regardless of where they’re located. offering more advanced reporting Automated Attendant Simply and efficiently initiate a tele- capabilities and greater flexibility, This always-on-duty “administrative conference call with up to 120 total enabling you to organize information assistant” answers calls to your business participants using the CEC, with 60 the way you want. with your personalized greetings and simultaneous participants on one confer- menu options, and routes calls to the Advanced Paging Productivity ence, without the need for a conference right people, departments or voice mail- (APP) Pack operator or service. boxes, delivering much greater efficiency APP Pack1 is a suite of advanced Intelligent Contact Center (ICC) and more satisfied customers. applications that can increase employee Through integrated Intelligent Contact productivity, improve customer service Computer Telephony Center (ICC) capabilities, you can and streamline business processes Integration (CTI) increase customer satisfaction and busi- — almost anywhere paging and text Simple to activate, set up and manage, ness productivity by directing clients messaging are used. APP Pack works CTI enables you to use third-party, to the right person at the right time with IP and digital stations and includes PC-based applications to control quickly. By default, when activated, the features such as One Button Paging, telephone services such as a click-to- ICC has two agents and one skill set; One Button Text Messaging and call company directory or automatic however, you can then order any combi- Scheduled Announcements. screen “pops” with customer informa- nation of agents and skill sets as well tion when they call. Message Forwarding as advanced reporting and multimedia Message Forwarding 2 adds yet another applications for maximum customiza- Activity Reporter powerful unified communications capa- tion and flexibility. Business Communications Manager bility to the Business Communications 450’s flexible reporting enables you to Unified Messaging Manager, enabling employees to stay better understand and optimize your call Business Communications Manager connected to customers and each other flows, for improved customer service, 450 consolidates voice, fax and email while on the move. With Message increased employee productivity and messages onto users’ PCs, laptops or Forwarding, text emails are forwarded cost savings. The basic version Activity PDAs, and manages them through one to another desktop or mobile device Reporter is an on-box reporting system standard application such as Microsoft when a voice or fax message arrives in that provides reports on Business Outlook or Exchange. This means that a subscriber’s voice mailbox. There is Communications Manager telephony also an option to attach a compressed WAV file to the forwarded email, so the user can play the voice message or display the fax message on the destina- tion device. It’s flexible to use with a wide variety of email clients and PDAs. It removes unnecessary long distance charges when retrieving messages. Most of all, it’s simple to install, use and maintain with no add-on client software or firmware required. This feature can be activated with the existing BCM Unified Messaging authorization codes. 1 APP is supported in North America only. 2 Will be available one to two months after BCM450 General Availability via the BCM Value Add Program. 4
  5. 5. Figure 2. Solution scenario, medium/large business Buy what you need today. Upgrade without an overhaul Easy to install. Easily expand to what Through standards and an “ever- Easy to manage. you need tomorrow. green” development strategy, Business Simplify system administration Communications Manager 450 fits Pick and choose the features with integrated management well in hybrid environments that you want. tools contain a mix of analog, digital, IP Since all features and applications Through a built-in, intuitive software and wireless services. And since the are pre-loaded onto the Business management application, you can platform interworks with other Nortel Communications Manager 450 system, monitor and program the entire system, key/PBX systems, larger Business these too can be easily activated through including its many capabilities. You Communications Manager systems and the use of a simple keycode. If you’re won’t need a PC or IP connection to Nortel’s portfolio of convergence call not sure which applications are right for manage Business Communications servers, you have the flexibility to evolve your business, Nortel makes it easy to Manager 450 because most functions your network — wherever the future decide by offering a 60-day free trial for can be programmed through any leads you. most applications. connected telephone set. 5
  6. 6. Easily manage large, converged solution. Nortel’s data port- For example, Business Communications distributed networks folio is not only standards-based, it also Manager supports the Nortel Business If your network includes multiple boasts high-speed data transfer, secure Series Terminals (BST), providing systems, including Business Communi- Internet access, VPN connectivity, VoIP significant investment protection for cations Manager 50, 200, 400 and 450 Quality of Service (QoS) and Power over Norstar installed base customers by solutions, you can manage each of these Ethernet (PoE) capabilities. up to 70 percent when they migrate platforms from a central location. Nortel to the Business Communications Support for a broad range Manager platform. Network Configuration Manager helps of phones you create and maintain a centralized Nortel has some of the most advanced Affordable, converged voice database of configurations for up to IP and digital phones in the market, and data communications 2,000 systems. This makes it fast and easy to bring new systems online, and continues to evolve and expand its When it comes to your communications back-up and restore information portfolio, most recently with the new needs, count on Nortel. We’ve been — whether you need to manage a IP Phone 1200 Series. We also offer delivering telephony and data systems small or large network. industry-leading feature integration to service providers and enterprises for across these sets. Unlike many competi- decades — the company that pioneered Take advantage of tors who rely exclusively on third-party the digital revolution, reinvented busi- centralized applications products, have limited selection and/or ness networking in the Internet Age, and You can further streamline adminis- capabilities, or do not support the same leads the market in small and medium tration by centralizing applications phones on all platforms, Nortel takes business telephony today. for messaging and management, and a more strategic, longer-term approach To find out more about Nortel Business distributing these capabilities over your in serving customer needs. Communications Manager 450, visit IP network. In addition to cost savings, www.nortel.com/bcm450. your business also benefits from global administration and a consistent interface and user experience across the network. Nortel’s data portfolio Combining the Business Communic- ations Manager 450 with Nortel’s impressive data portfolio of Ethernet Switches (Business Ethernet Switch 1020 or Ethernet Routing Switch 2500), Wireless LAN Access Points (Business Access Point 120) and Secure/VPN Routers (Secure Router 1004 and VPN Router 1750) results in a completely
  7. 7. Figure 3. BCM client portfolio overview Mobile Digital Mobility WLAN 7430 7440 6120 6140 2210 2211 2212 Business Series Terminal IP Softphone 2050 Mobile Voice T7406E with Headset Adapter Client 2050 Digital IP Business Series Terminals IP Phone 2000 Series 2001 2002 2004 2007 T7000 T7100 T7200 IP Phone 1200 Series Expansion Modules T7316E T24 Expansion 1210 1220 1230 12-key 18-key Module LCD LCD IP Phone 1100 Series 1110 1120E 1140E 1100 Series IP Audio Audio Conferencing Unit Expansion Conference Module Phone 2033 Desktop Note: The T7000 is used primarily in EMEA (not available in North America). The T7406E is available only in North America, Mexico and the Caribbean (except Trinidad and Jamaica). The Digital Mobility 7430 is available in North America, China and Argentina only. Equivalent handsets include the 4135 (EMEA and Hong Kong), 4136 (Australia and New Zealand) and 7434 (South America). The Digital Mobility 7440 is available in North America, China and Argentina only. Equivalent handsets include the 4145 (EMEA and Hong Kong), 4146 (Australia and New Zealand) and 7444 (South America).
  8. 8. Business Communications Manager 450 Technical Specifications Base unit Environmental specifications Physical dimensions Operating temperature 32º to 104ºF; 0º to 40ºC Depth 18.3 in.; 46.5 cm Operating humidity 10% to 90% relative humidity, Width 17.5 in.; 44.5 cm non-condensing Height 7.1 in.; 18.0 cm Storage temperature -67º to 158ºF; -55º to 70ºC Weight Standard power supply: Storage humidity Up to 95% relative humidity 14.18 kg; 31.25 lbs Base unit Redundant power supply: Mechanical requirements 18.24 kg; 40.20 lbs NEBS (GR-63-CORE) compliant for Transportation and Operational Base unit Vibration per IEC 68-2-27, Package Drop Shock resistance per IEC Components 68-2-32, Transportation Bounce to IEC 68-2-55 and Unpackaged Drop to ISTA Project 2A Media Bay Modules Up to four CPU Processor Freescale (1.3GHz core) Regulatory compliance Memory (RAM) 512MB DDR2 SDRAM Electromagnetic emissions Hard Drive 80GB SATA Radiated Air Australia / NZ CISPR22 Class A DSP 3 TI 600MHz DSPs North America FC Part 15 CISPR22 Class A Capacity Expansion Expansion Daughter Card with 4 TI Card (optional) 600MHz DSPs EU / International EN55022 Class A Conducted Power Leads Australia / NZ CISPR22 Class A System status and LEDs North America FC Part 15 CISPR22 Class A Power on self-test with LED feedback EU / International EN55022 Class A Two System Status LEDs (Power and Status) Immunity (ESD, RF Radiated, EFT, Surge, RF Conducted, Three hard drive activity LEDs (HDD1, HDD2, RAID) (RAID LED not and Dips / Short Interrupts) supported on BCM450 Rls. 1) Radiated North America customer driven Reset button EU / International EN55024 Platform Status Monitor monitors CPU load, memory load, HDD space, temperature, fans, power, network throughput Conducted North America customer driven BCM Monitor monitors overall system status, IP telephony functions, utili- EU / International EN55024 zation of resources, operation of telephony applications and status Harmonics and Flickers EN 61000-3-2 and EN 61000-3-3 of PRI, BRI and IP trunks status and LEDs Network protection Mounting options Australia TS038/31/03/04/01 Rack-mount (standard 19-inch rack, pre-installed); Stand-alone EU CTR12/13/3/4/21 (feet included); Wallmount (optional) North America/CALA FCC Part 68, CS 03 Issue 8 Power supply specifications Safety and surge/transient Standard power supply Redundant power supply Australia TS038/31/02/03/04, ACA TS001, AS/NZS 3260 (field install only) NA/CALA/APAC IEC/EN 60950-1 (including all group and national Auto-sensing Auto-sensing deviations) and CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1, UL60950-1 300 Watts 350 Watts 90/264 VAC 90/264 VAC 6.0 A/3.0 A 7.0 A/3.5 A 60/50 Hz 60/50 Hz
  9. 9. Business Communications Manager 450 Technical Specifications (continued) I/O (Input/Output interfaces) Digital Trunk Media Bay Module (DTM) One 8-pin modular jack (RJ-45) connection for Expansion Chassis One 8-pin RJ-45C modular jack Four 3.5 mm (1/8 inch) standard miniature stereo (3-conductor), Safety T1 trunk interface with integrated CSU Extra Low Voltage (SELV) jacks for auxiliary ringer, page relay, page 24 B channels with T1 interface (supports DSX-1 and DS1 interfaces) output and music on hold 23 B channels with North American PRI interface — Auxiliary ringer switch capacity of 50mA (non-inductive) at 40 V (maximum) LEDs: Power, Status, In-service, Loop-back, Test, Receive Alarm, Receive — Page Relay switch capacity of 50mA (non-inductive) at 40 V Error, Transmit Alarm, Transmit Error (maximum) 30 digital channels with ETSI PRI Interface — Page Output 600 ohms impedance — Music on hold mono input Utilizes 1 (one) DS-30 Serial Interface (DB9 RS232) for basic maintenance/configuration CLI 2 USB 2.0 ports Basic Rate Interface Media Bay Module (BRIM S/T) 1 10/100 Ethernet OAM port Four modular RJ-45 jacks 2 10/100 Ethernet Customer ports (switched) Supports four S/T interfaces (8 B-channels) T-interface to connect to an NT1 device or an S-interface to connect ISDN terminals Remote Access for Management Applications Supports ETSI and National ISDN BRI Embedded Soft Modem v.34 for dial in and dial out Two LEDs: Power, Status ISDN BRI / PRI (single B-Channel) for dial in or dial out Utilizes 1/3 DS-30 Media Bay Modules Global Analog Trunk Module (GATM 4) 16 Station Digital Station Media Bay Module+ (DSM 16+) One Amphenol (male) connector (25 pair) One Amphenol (male) connector (25 pair) Four loop start CLASS/CMS lines plus one auxiliary port for V.90 modem, Individual interfaces are current connector (25-pair); limited to 80 mA fax, analog telephone connection or Power Fail Transfer 16 digital phone ports Two LEDs: Power, Status Two LEDs: Power, Status Utilizes 1/4 DS-30 Utilizes 1/2 DS-30 (with DIP switch set appropriately) * Note: Please refer to the engineering documentation for regional availability and signalling standards. 32 Station Digital Station Media Bay Module+ (DSM 32+) Two Amphenol (male) Global Analog Trunk Module (GATM 8) Individual interfaces are current connectors (25 pair); limited to 80 mA One Amphenol (male) connector (25 pair) 32 digital phone ports Eight loop start CLASS/CMS lines plus one auxiliary port for V.90 modem, fax, analog telephone connection or Power Fail Transfer Two LEDs: Power, Status Two LEDs: Power, Status Utilizes 1 DS-30 (with DIP switch set appropriately) Utilizes 1/2 DS-30 * Note: Please refer to the engineering documentation for regional 8 Station Analog Station Media Bay Module (GASM 8) availability and signalling standards. One Amphenol (male) connector (25 pair) Maximum modem connection speed: 28.8 kbps Fiber Expansion Media Bay Module (FEM) 8 analog phone ports Six fiber ports Loop length 26G 2600 ft, 24G 4000 ft; 22G 6500 ft Connects up to six Norstar* fiber-based trunk or station modules Disconnect Supervision-850 ms. Momentary Disconnect (Open Switch Two LEDs: Power, Status Interval (OSI) as per TIA/EIA 464) Utilizes 1 DS-30 for each Norstar fiber trunk or station module Two LEDs: Power, Status connected (up to 6) Utilizes 1/4 DS-30 (with DIP switch set appropriately) * Note: Please refer to the engineering documentation for regional availability and signalling standards.
  10. 10. Business Communications Manager 450 Technical Specifications (continued) Global 4X16 Module Redundant Expansion Cabinet (4 Caller ID trunks + 16 Station sets, G4x16) (redundant power supply and fans) One Amphenol (male) connector (25 pair) to support four loop start Depth 20 in.; 53.8 cm CLASS/CMS lines plus one auxiliary port for V.90 modem, fax, analog Width 17.6 in.; 44.6 cm telephone connection, or Power Fail Transfer Height 5.4 in.; 13.6 cm One Amphenol (male) connector (25 pair) to support 16 digital phone ports Expansion Cabinet with no Media Bay Modules 31.9 lb.; 14.5 kg Individual Station interfaces are current limited to 80mA Expansion Cabinet with 6 Media Bay Modules 46.2 lb.; 21 kg Two LEDs: Power, Status Utilizes 1 1/4 DS-30s Power requirements * Note: Please refer to the engineering documentation for regional Standard Power Supply Redundant Power Supply availability and signalling standards. Auto-sensing Auto-sensing 300 Watts 350 Watts Global 8X16 Module (8 Caller ID trunks + 16 Station Sets, G8X16) 90/264 VAC 90/264 VAC One Amphenol (male) connector (25 pair) to support eight loop start 6.0 A/3.0 A 7.0 A/3.5 A CLASS/CMS lines plus one auxiliary port for V.90 modem, fax, analog 60/50 Hz 60/50 Hz telephone connection or Power Fair Transfer One Amphenol (male) connector (25 pair) to support 16 digital phone Environmental ranges ports Operating temperature 32º to 104ºF; 0º to 40ºC Individual Station interfaces are current limited to 80mA Operating humidity 10% to 90% relative humidity, Two LEDs: Power, Status non-condensing Utilizes 1 1/2 DS-30s Storage temperature -67º to 158ºF; -55º to 70ºC * Note: Please refer to the engineering documentation for regional Storage humidity Up to 95% relative humidity availability and signalling standards. ADID Module Mounting options (Analog Direct Inward Dial 4-Port or 8-Port, ADID4 and ADID8) Rack-mount (standard 19-inch rack); Stand-alone (feet included) One Amphenol (male) connector (25 pair) to support four or eight Wall-mount (optional wall-mount bracket available separately) ADID lines Two LEDs: Power, Status Telephones and Adapters Utilizes 1/4 DS-30 (ADID4) or 1/2 DS-30 (ADID8) Station Sets Supports North American DID standard and is only available in NA, CALA and GC (Hong Kong) Business Series Dimensions Loop Length With SAPS Expansion Cabinet (Inches) (26G) sets Connections T7000* 7.3D x 5.5Wx3.5H 1,000 ft. 2,600 ft. Six Media Bay Module slots T7100 8.1D x 7Wx3.5H 1,000 ft. 2,600 ft. An 8-pin modular DS256 connector for the interface to the Business T7208 8.1D x 7.7Wx3.5H 1,000 ft 2,600 ft. Communications Manager base unit (5 meter cable); supporting T7316E 8.1D x 10.3Wx3.5H 1,000 ft. 2,600 ft. 8 DS-30 buses T24 KIM 7.7D x 3.6Wx3.4H Connects Standard Expansion Cabinet to T7316E Depth 18.3 in.; 46.5 cm NACU** 12.5 x 12Wx2H 1,000 ft. 2,600 ft. Width 17.5 in.; 44.5 cm * Not available in NA Height 5.4 in.; 13.6 cm ** Available only in NA, CALA and GC (Hong Kong) Expansion Cabinet with no Media Bay Modules 24.75 lb.; 11.25 kg Expansion Cabinet with six Media Bay Modules 39 lb.; 17.75 kg 10
  11. 11. Business Communications Manager 450 Technical Specifications (continued) T24 Kim—requires T7316E Digital Mobility T24 EKIM (Enhanced KIM — used as CAP) — max. 12 positions per system; Digital Mobility Controller max 4 EKIMs per position Digital Mobility Base Station T24 OKIM (Ordinary KIM — used for answer/DSS/BLF) — unlimited per Digital Mobility Repeater system; max 4 OKIMs without power supply per position; max 9 OKIMs with power supply per position Digital Mobility Handsets 7420, 743x, 744x, 413x, 414x IP Stations Mobility — Cordless Nortel IP Phone 1110E T7406E: up to 8 user per system – available in NA, Mexico and Caribbean countries (except for Jamaica and Trinidad) only Nortel IP Phone 1120E Nortel IP Phone 1140E Accessories Nortel IP Phone 1210 BST Doorphone Nortel IP Phone 1220 Norstar Audio Conferencing Unit (NACU) Nortel IP Phone 1230 Station Auxiliary Power Supply (SAPS) Nortel IP Phone 2001 ATA-2 Analog Terminal Adapter (separate models for NA, Europe and Nortel IP Phone 2002 Australia) Nortel IP Phone 2004 Nortel IP Phone 2007 Nortel IP Phone 2033 Nortel IP Softphone 2050 (PC, Laptop or Windows Mobile Client) Expansion Modules for IP Phones Key Expansion Module 2000 Series IP Phones Key Expansion Module 1100 Series IP Phones - 18 Key Key Expansion Module 1200 Series IP Phones – Display 12 Keys Key Expansion Module 1200 Series IP Phones – Paper 18 Key WLAN WLAN Handset 2210 WLAN Handset 2211 WLAN Handset 2212 WLAN Handset 6120 WLAN Handset 6140 WLAN IP Telephony Manager 2245 WLAN Applications Gateway 2246 Nortel Mobile Voice Client 2050 11
  12. 12. In the United States: In Europe: Nortel Nortel 35 Davis Drive Maidenhead Office Park, Westacott Way Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 USA Maidenhead Berkshire SL6 3QH UK Email: euroinfo@nortel.com In Canada: Nortel In Asia: 195 The West Mall Nortel Toronto, Ontario M9C 5K1 Canada United Square 101 Thomson Road In Caribbean and Latin America: Singapore 307591 Nortel Phone: (65) 6287 2877 1500 Concorde Terrace Sunrise, FL 33323 USA Nortel is a recognized leader in delivering communications capabilities that make the promise of Business Made Simple a reality for our customers. Our next-generation technologies, for both service provider and enterprise networks, support multimedia and business-critical applications. Nortel’s technologies are designed to help eliminate today’s barriers to efficiency, speed and performance by simplifying networks and con- necting people to the information they need, when they need it. Nortel does business in more than 150 countries around the world. For more information, visit Nortel on the Web at www.nortel.com. For the latest Nortel news, visit www.nortel.com/news. For more information, contact your Nortel representative, or call 1-800-4 NORTEL or 1-800-466-7835 from anywhere in North America. Nortel, the Nortel logo, Nortel Business Made Simple, the Globemark and Norstar are trademarks of Nortel Networks. All other trademarks are the property of their owners. Copyright © 2008 Nortel Networks. All rights reserved. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Nortel assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this document. NN123902-091608 BUSINESS MADE SIMPLE

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