MX-ONE 6.0– What’s New Pre-Sales Presentation Update Support for OPEX Business model • Software as a Service, pay for actual use • No upfront cost for the MX-ONE solution • Customer or Partner investment • Servers and IP Infrastructure • Windows licenses • Hard Media Gateways if TDM interfaces are required • Terminals • Open license file delivered • MX-ONE reports actually used licenses to Aastra CSU • Usage report per system (used licenses) • Usage reports sent with mail in CSV format with MD5 checksum • Standard report, average daily peak for one month • Report Manager presents usage of chargeable items • Export to partners billing system in CSV format | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. Feature Packaging • Optional license model for new sales • Basic • 1 active terminal • non configured end user services • No voice mail, no BluStar client • Entry UCC • 1 active terminal • CTI monitoring for presence • Boss secretary, MNS • Team functionality, e.g. EDNs, SCA, SCABR • Voice Mail • Added for Standard UCC • 2 active terminals • Mobility (Mobile extension/TDM DECT) • CTI call control • BluStar client and Video • Added for Premium UCC • 4 active terminals | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. Customer group enhancements • Private cloud for e.g. airports, shopping centers and business parks • Optional barring of calls between customers • Collaps a network, keep the local dialling plans (LOC-XXXX) • Independent dialling plan per customer • 5-10 digit global extension numbers (no ambiguities allowed) • The LOC prefixed/removed for local calls • Prefix is not removed for H.323, DECT and mobile • License per location (MX Tenant) • Attendant, Voice mail etc. must use global numbers • Up to 10.000 customers per system • Up to 2000 customers per server | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. New Features for MX-ONE TS 6.0 • 64 bit OS support (SLES11) • Native n+1 redundancy • Network redundancy not required • Automatic recovery from “split brain” • Controlled change-back, automatic or on command • Clusters can be added, removed and reconfigured in installed system • Improved upgrade • Native support for IPv6 • All MX-ONE components (servers and MGs) must be either IPv4 or IPv6 • Supported for SIP trunk and SIP extension • Dual stack supported • IPv4 to/from IPv6 end points must use forced gateway • Manager TS will not support IPv6 configuration | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. New Features for MX-ONE TS 6.0 • Media Server enhancements • Mix of Media Server and MGU based media gateways up to a total of 15 per server • Increased capacity, 2000 RTP resources • ~50000 users without forced gateway for SIP trunk • G.729 Codec (1/10 capacity) • Ring group • A new version of the existing hunt group • Allows simultaneous ringing on up to 16 users (any terminal type except DECT) • RVA, overflow, diversion etc. as per existing hunt group functionality • Ring and Hunt group, individual log-in/out • A new procedure for logon/out to/from individual groups | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. New Features for MX-ONE TS 6.0 • Take call • For users with multiple terminal service • During an established call, the user can move that call to an idle terminal • Normal call pick-up procedure is used, e.g. 8 or *8# (*0# for SE) • CSTA for Multiple Terminal Service • Terminal identity added to protocol • SIP 1-4, Mobile, DECT & H.323 • MX-ONE provides a list of active terminals to the application – No support for multiple active deskphones • Call control is not supported if terminal identity is not received • CSTA3 availability • Per server restart of CSTA3 program • Program number at MNS key • The --key-sequence parameter is now allowed for MNS keys • *FC*xxxxxxxxxx# can be programmed as number to dial for an MNS | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. SIP Tie-line services in MX-ONE TS 6.0 Includes 5.0 services • Needs SIP tie-line license • CLIP/CLIR/COLP/COLR • Name Identity, calling, called and connected • Call Completion/Callback (services license) • Call Forwarding (Diversion) and bypass (services license) • Call Deflect/Single Step Transfer • Call Offer/Call Waiting (services license) • Call Transfer (by join) • Centralized Voice Mail • Message Waiting (services license) • Auto DTMF • Intrusion and forced release (services license) • Rerouting • Customer Identity (services license) • DNIS (services license) | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. New Features for MX-ONE TS 6.0 • Enable possibility to block free seating on 6700i and 6800i terminals • Log-off restriction for a generic user (directory number). • Three levels of restriction is controlled by a CoS for a directory number. 1. Full free seating (default) 2. Temporary log on permitted (e.g. conference room, hot desk area) 3. No log on/off, frozen directory number for the terminal (e.g. lift, reception) • Levels 2 and 3 are set for the terminal at first log-on • General Licensing • Optional feature package licensing • The HWID is specific for each installation. • Stronger encryption of the license file with 3DES • Trial licenses are limited to 20 days. | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. New Features for MX-ONE TS 6.0 • Tone burst at automatic answer • Parameter control of PN allowing ECF and Follow-me • Remove repeated conference tones • Remove reject key on A7400 and 4400 • SIP free on second state settable by command • Call reference id in SMDR record • Busy route point • 3000 Group call pick-up groups per server • 10.000 Hunt/Ring groups per server | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. New sales objects/licenses • MX Tenant (using //numbering plan) • MX TS Public SIP Route • MX Basic Hosting • MX TS Private SIP Route • MX Basic User • MX TS Private SIP Route Serv • MX Entry UC User • MX TS SIP Trunk Channel • MX Standard UC User • MX TS CTI Group • MX Premium UC User • MX TS Ring Group • MX TS RVA User • MX TS Hunt Group • MX TS SIP EDN key • MX CSTA3 3rd party monitoring User • MX TS SIP Extension User • MX CSTA3 call control User • MX TS H.323 Extension User • MX CSTA3 3rd party call control User • MX TS 3rd party SIP User • MX CSTA3 3rd party monitor CTIgroup • MX TS SIP Survivability ext (for SBN) | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. Hardware news • Cost rationalized 3U chassis - LBP24 • Optional AC adapter • 1 extra card slot with new MGU • SBN based on LBP24 • LTB reworked MGU (Light) • 4 PRIs • 128 RTP resources • 20mm front allows the extra card position • Support for CAS extension on MGU • Full support for CAS trunk line signalling • VMware certified ASU • Pre stackable circuit boards are not supported • Applicable board identities has been removed from the system | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential. Thank you! www.Mitel.com | ©2014 Mitel. Proprietary and Confidential.