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  • 1. CUSTOMER-PREMISE SWITCHING SYSTEM FEATURES AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONVERGENCE
    С.Хандсүрэн (J.TC08D013)
    Д.Баасанжав (J.TC08D022)
    Б.Бодьсүрэн (J.TC08D707)
  • 2. CUSTOMER-PREMISE SWITCHING SYSTEM FEATURESThe main purpose of both TDM and IP customer-premise switching systems is identical. They connect voice users in the office to one another and to external users over a pool of shared trunks. The differences lie in the way the two types of switch accomplish their objectives.
  • 3. CUSTOMER-PREMISE SWITCHING SYSTEM FEATURES
    • Key system features
    • 4. PBX features
    • 5. Attendant features
    • 6. PBX voice features
    • 7. System administration features
  • KEY SYSTEM FEATURES
    These buttons and lamps define the following features, which are common to all key systems:
  • PBX FEATURES
    • Direct Inward Dialing (DID)
    • 12. Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
    • 13. Networking Option
    • 14. Station Restrictions
    • 15. Follow-Me Forwarding
    • 16. Call Detail Recording (CDR)
    • 17. Voice Mail
    • 18. N x 64 Capability
  • ATTENDANT FEATURES
    • Attendant controlled conferencing
    • 19. Automatic timed reminders
    • 20. Busy lamp field
    • 21. Direct station selection (DSS)
    • 22. Directory features
    • 23. Night service
  • PBX VOICE FEATURES
  • PBX VOICE FEATURES
    • Paging access
    • 29. Personal call routing
    • 30. Portable directory number
    • 31. Priority ringing
    • 32. Recorded announcement
    • 33. Trunk answer any station
    • 34. Whisper page
  • SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION FEATURES
    • Automatic set relocation
    • 35. Lightweight Directory Access Protocol(LDAP) synchronization
    • 36. Network move
  • TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONVERGENCE
  • 37. TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONVERGENCE
    Convergence: Merging real-time applications such as voice, video, and instant messaging together with data onto a single broadband infrastructure that is based on IP.
  • 38. CONVERGENCE TYPE:
    • The business case convergence
    • 39. Barriers to convergence
  • WHY CONVERGENCE?
    Above the physical layer, the Internet is diametrically opposite the PSTN in most ways, so why is the push on for convergence? The answer lies in a complex brew of economics, politics, culture, and technology. The term convergence holds different meanings for many people, so let us begin this section with a definition.
  • 40. THE BUSINESS CASE CONVERGENCE
    • Competitive Advantage
    • 41. Lower Cost of Ownership
    • 42. Support a Mobile and Geographically Independent Workforce
    • 43. Flexibility
    • 44. Create Value-Added Service
    • 45. Enriched User Experience
    • 46. Rapid Deployment of New Applications
  • BARRIERS TO CONVERGENCE
    • Network infrastructure
    • 47. Flow control
    • 48. security
    • 49. Broadband penetration
    • 50. Service complexity
    • 51. Lack of carrier agreements
    • 52. Carrier and regulator inertia
    • 53. Reliability and avialability
    • 54. Compliance issues
  • Thank you for your attention.

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