The Stick KSU/PBX Application


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The Stick phone/data line sharing switch can help expand the number of telephony devices on your phone system---without the costly upgrade.

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The Stick KSU/PBX Application

  1. 1. Small Business Profile • Office Voice Communications – Key System Unit (KSU) or Small PBX – Desk phones (10 in our example) – FAX Machine – Dial-up Modem for POS – Standard phone lines from the service provider (7 in our example) • Tough economy, need to reduce costs • Telecom solutions need to – be dependable – be Plug and Play – be affordable – have Fast ROI Is this your business? The Stick will meet your needs! Benefits • You can significantly reduce your phone line costs /year ($1800/year in our example) • ROI < 60 days • Affordable • Dependable - 99.99 reliability • Plug & Play • Easy installation • Integrates easily to your existing telecom equipment • Feature Rich • Secure Access Codes (user defined) • Excellent Support, Free Tech Support • Proven experience: • More than 600,000 devices installed • More than 22 years of service Key Product Features • Line sharing – up to 4 devices sharing a single standard telephone line • Programmable – accessible through a standard phone line connection to The Stick and programmable using touch tones. • Caller ID Compatible – when the feature is enabled the Caller ID is presented. The feature is enabled by setting the “Ring to Answer” parameter to more than 2 rings. • DSL(Digital Subscriber Line) Compatible – The Stick connects just like your phone in a DSL scenario. The DSL filter is installed between the DSL service connection and the line jack on The Stick. Analog devices (phones, FAX, Dialup modems) connect to ports on The Stick. • FAX Tone Detection – when activated, this feature allows The Stick to detect FAX/CNG (CalliNG) tones and connect the call to the FAX port. • Barge-In Protection – This feature prevents Barge-In on voice or data calls connected through The Stick. This becomes especially useful when a data call is in progress, because it allows the data call to complete successfully. • Security Access Code for Modem Port – A data call is only connected to the Modem Port when the calling Modem sends the expected security access code. This is particularly useful when the dial-up modem connects to devices deemed critical and security is a top priority. All other ports on The Stick have the Security Access Code feature as well. • Call Transfer – A variety of transfer options are offered. These are especially useful because they enable special handling of incoming calls during “after-hours” conditions. Application – Key System Unit/PBXMulti-Link Inc.
  2. 2. You Save $1800/year Lines Eliminated: 3 Cost per line: $600/year Application – Key System Unit/PBX BEFORE PSTN Network KSU/PBX (555) 555.0001 (555) 555.0002 (555) 555.0003 (555) 555.0004 (555) 555.0005 (555) 555.0006 FAX DIAL-UP MODEM (555) 555.0007 TECH SUPP BACKUP LINE VOICE1 VOICE2 FAX MODEM AFTER PSTN Network KSU/PBX (555) 555.0001 (555) 555.0002 (555) 555.0003 (555) 555.0005 FAX DIAL-UP MODEM TECH SUPP BACKUP The Stick – How it works The Stick automatically answers inbound calls and ‘screens’ for Fax Tones (CNG) and/or Security Access Codes (DTMF). While performing the screening function for both types of tones, a high quality simulated ‘ring back’ is generated to the calling party. After the screening function is performed the call is routed to the proper device, Phone, Fax, or Modem. Multi-Link Inc.