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Toshiba IPedge EP Model Voice System

Toshiba IPedge EP voice system

IPedge EP Voice System

The Toshiba IPedge EP voice server delivers big-company features at an affordable price for small businesses and branch locations. Like the larger IPedge systems, the IPedge EP system performs call processing, voice mail, unified messaging, and media processing which includes conferencing and paging, centralized management, Call Manager unified communications, and more. The IPedge EP system uses Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 for the base operating system, providing a high level of scalability and security.

The IPedge EP system is easy to install and supports applications for up to 40 users. It can be set on a shelf or table horizontally or vertically using an optional base. It can also be installed on a standard 19" rack using the optional rack-mount kit. The IPedge EP system can also connect to a MAS or MicroMAS to run ACD and TASKE, and it can connect to uMobility and other external applications.

EP Server Specifications

  • 2.362" H x 9.25" W x 8.12" D
  • standalone or 19" rackmount
  • 1 x Atom Dual Core x 1.80 GHz Processor, 4GB DRAM
  • 250GB HDD
  • Supports 8 to 40 users
  • Operating temperature: 50°F ~ 95°F
  • Operating Humidity: 8% ~ 90% (non-condensing)
  • Storage temperature: -4°F ~ 140°F
  • Power: 100 ~ 240 VAC; 50 ~ 60 Hz; In-rush: 10 Amp, Peak Load: 0.4 Amp
  • Heat: 106 BTU per hour

Included and Installed Software

  • Linux Operating System
  • Java, Apache TomCat, MySQL platform software
  • IPedge Core (Call Processing, Media Server)
  • Voicemail / Unified Messaging
  • Net Server / Unified Communications (Call Manager)
  • Enterprise Manager / Web-based administration

Station / Peripherals System Capacities

  • PC Attendant consoles: 2
  • IP5000-series stations, SIP stations, Voicemail and Meeting: 40 per system
  • DSS Consoles: 8 per station; 24 per system
  • Add-on modules (LM5110, KM5020): 80
  • Simultaneous calls: 40

Trunk Capabilities

  • IPedge Net IP channels: 201
  • SIP Trunk channels: 201
  • Total analog, T1, and ISDN trunk channels connected by gateways: 201
  • Channel groups: 22

1 : The total of IPedge Net IP channels, SIP Trunk channels and trunk channels connect to gateways is a maximum of 20.

2 : One group for SIP trunks and one group for IPedge Net

IP Telephone Station Buttons (per system)

Call Forward, Personal CF buttons 40
Caller ID (CLID) button (IP phones only) 40
Group CO (GCO) line buttons1 20
Pooled CO Line Buttons2 20
CO Group and Pooled Line Buttons2 40
Flexible telephone buttons 3,720
Line and DN buttons in use at the same time 3,720
Message waiting registration (DNs with MW) 1,344
Multiple Appearances of DNs on Telephones 3,720
Night Transfer Buttons 40
One touch buttons 3,720
Primary Directory Numbers (PDNs) per system 56
Phantom directory numbers (PhDNs) per system 3,720
PhDNs with Message Waiting indication LED 192

1 : This is the total number of all GCO or Pooled Line Buttons allowed in a system. Example: If the GCO1 button appears on 10 telephones, it counts as 10 buttons.

System Feature Capabilities

Pilot DNs 256
Advisory LCD Messages 1 set per telephone
Advisory LCD Messages Lists 10 per system
Attendant Groups 1
Call Accounting SMDR Interface1 1
Call forward, system CF patterns 48
General Call Park Orbits 96
Individual Call Park Orbits 576
Minimum / maximum Caller ID per station Min: 0, Step: 5, Max: 200 (max means max records of a station)
Maximum number of stations that can have Caller ID/ANI/DNIS Numbers stored 600 / 3,000 call history records
Incoming CO Line Groups (ILG) 20
Outgoing CO Line groups (OLG) 20
Outgoing Line Groups (OLG) members per system (trunks + ISDN line service index) 660
Conference channels 12
Conferencing (3-parties simultaneously)2 installed channels / 3 (system max. 4)
Conferencing (8-parties simultaneously)2 installed channels / 8 (system max. 1)
Conference party types (up to 8 total lines + stations)2 8
Two-CO Line simultaneous connection2 10 (two party only, no telephone or VM channel)
DID numbers for calling number ID/system 1,500
DNIS/DID Incoming numbers (1~7) 3,000
DNIS/DID Routing Destination Numbers (1~6 digits)3 9,000
DNIS/DID Routing Destination Numbers (7~32 digits)3 1,500
Network DNs 6,000
Uniform Numbering Plan 30,000
E911 Groups 56
Emergency Call Groups 56
Hunt Groups (Serial / Circular / Distributed combined) 1,100
Hunt Group Size (DNs per group) 56
Hunt Group Stations (per system) 56
ISDN Line Service Indexes 220
Multiple Call Ring Group 96
Off-hook Call Announce to Telephone Speakers4 40
Page Groups (phones with or without external zones) 24
Paging (group page - simultaneous stations paged) 21
Pickup Groups 48
External call ringtones for IP telephones 10
Internal call ringtones for IP telephones 10
Speed dial (station SD numbers per system)5 8,400
Speed dial (system SD numbers per system) 800
Tenants 8
Destination Restriction Level (DRL) Classes 16
Verified Account Codes 4,000
Voice Mail SMDI Interface1 1
SIP URI per system 1,000
SIP Trunk service index 128
LCR Exception table size 2,500
MAX digit number for LCR route plans 19
MAX number of LCR route plans 128
CSTA device monitors 56
CSTA call monitors 56

1 : SMDI and SMDR require a LAN interface.

2 : Conference channels are used dynamically, so the maximum number of simultaneous conferences is affected by the number of conference members in each conference. The total number of members in simultaneous conferences cannot exceed the total number of conference channels. Each conference can have up to eight members. Two CO line connections do not require a conference channel.

3 : Each DNIS/DID Number uses up to three Routing Destination Numbers (Day1, Day2, and Night) in any combination of (1~6) and (7~32) digit numbers.

4 : This is not the number of simultaneous OCA but the terminal number of OCA available. (Simultaneous number is limited by maximum capacity of line and call.)

5 : Up to 100 Station SD numbers, allocated in increments of 10, can be programmed per station.