Mitel expands IP-enabled voice range

Mitel Networks is looking to ease the migration process from legacy PBX systems to IP voice solutions with the introduction of the 3300 Integrated Communications Platform (ICP).

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By  Zoe Moleshead Published  January 22, 2003

Mitel Networks is looking to ease the migration process from legacy PBX systems to IP voice solutions with the introduction of the 3300 Integrated Communications Platform (ICP). The 3300 facilitates the delivery of IP-enabled applications, such as voice-enabled Microsoft Outlook, to the desktop.

The 3300 ICP is capable of supporting up to 700 users, but can be configured in clusters to support 1000s of users. Furthermore, the platform has over 500 voice-based features, including embedded voicemail, multisite automatic call distribution (ACD) and call management.

“One of the main advantages of the 3300 ICP is that it is a voice product, which integrates seamlessly into an existing data infrastructure. This means it is ideal for companies that generally have a data network and do not want to start from scratch with a voice network,” says Adrian Clarke, regional business manager, Mitel Networks, Middle East.

“We recognise that businesses may not want to completely replace their existing PBXs, so by providing full legacy networking capabilities to a traditional PBX, companies can migrate to an IP system at their own pace,” he adds.

The 3300 ICP also works with other Mitel devices and telephones and is controlled by a web-based management system.

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