MX‑ONE Telephony System
MX-ONE Telephony System, a complete IP-based communications system, has evolved from a voice centric system into a true multimedia communication system, offering services to media sessions like video, instant messaging etc. It is the core component of the MX-ONE solution, which provides users with true mobility and Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC).
MX-ONE Telephony System (TS) is based on an open software and hardware environment, using standard servers with a LINUX SUSE operating system. MX-ONE TS focuses on enhanced SIP implementations to target our strategy regarding openness, cloud computing and video support. Customers can also benefit from SIP end-user services and the management solution with its single point of entry approach, offering a simple and efficient way of managing the system.
The MX-ONE Telephony System consists of three basic
components: MX-ONE Telephony Server, MX-ONE Media
Gateway and MX-ONE Manager Suite.
MX-ONE Telephony Server options
High-capacity Telephony Server software, running on a
standard server platform, can handle up to 15,000 SIP users
and 15 media gateways. Servers and media gateways can be
combined to form either a complete centralized system or a
large multi-server distributed system over a geographically
dispersed area. Up to 124 servers can be combined in a single
system with up to 500,000 users.
→ MX-ONE Telephony Server as a software-only option is
available with media kits for use with standard servers or as
virtual appliance for VMware environments. From the latest
MX-ONE version, both software-based MX-ONE TS, as well
as software-based MX-ONE media gateway can be installed
on the same SW server (see chapter “Virtualization”). This
is a perfect solution for the customers who have their own
VMware environment or for those who are moving into the Cloud.
→ Turn-key server solution, based on Dell PowerEdge
R320 servers. Both the LINUX operating system and
Telephony Server application software are installed and
Main technical characteristics (Dell PowerEdge R320):
• Intel Xeon E5-2407
(2.20 GHz Quad processor)
• 8 GB RAM (DDR3)
• 2 x 300 GB SAS HDD (RAID 1)
• 2 LAN ports (100 or 1000 Mb/s)
• Internal DVD reader
• Redundant power supply
Aastra Server Unit – ASU can be delivered as a part of MX-ONE Lite or MX-ONE Classic media gateway or separately in a 1U chassis, making space for 2 more extension boards. It can also be used to host a variety of applications, such as messaging applications or any other Aastra certified application. The server board requires little space and only 35 W of power. It is able to monitor CPU temperature and send an alarm if the predefined level has been exceeded.
This option can also be used as a cost efficient Survivable
Branch Gateway (SBG). Both software-based MX-ONE TS and
SW-based MGW are delivered as a pre-packaged solution on
the ASU board.
ASU Lite is available as an optional server model for remote
MX-ONE units with a single MGW i.e. branch offices with
MX-ONE Lite or MX-ONE Classic media gateways and also
for small stand alone MX-ONE systems. This server is limited
to 1,000 users.
• Core 2 Duo Processor 2.26 GHz
(for ASU Lite: D525 – 1.8 GHz ATOM dual core)
• 8 GB RAM (for ASU Lite: 4 GB)
• One SATA HDD with minimum 160 GB, expandable to 2 x
SATA HDD (the HDD can be changed to SSD, minimum 80 GB
• 2 Ethernet ports
• 1 VGA port
• 4 USB 2.0 ports