The 2N® NetStar can serve as a modern private branch exchange with all the necessary interfaces and applications to improve the way a company works and reduce the costs of communication. Thanks to the modularity of the whole system, initial investment need not be very high at all. You can choose exactly the solution your company needs, and extend it any time in the future.
DID & DOD for Mobile Networks
DID for mobile networks (GSM DID & DOD) allows the PBX extensions direct outbound calling capability with the identification of their extension number. Inbound calls are then routed directly to a particular extension. All this whilst maintaining only a limited number of SIM cards to satisfy the average concurrent usage of the customer.
A PBX Booster is a device that can be connected to any existing private branch exchange via ISDN, analogue or VoIP interface. The PBX Booster can then fulfil not only a gateway function, but can bring you many other useful features such as 2N® Mobility Extension, IVR, VoiceMail, Email to SMS, SMS to Email, virtual conference rooms, etc.
An ISDN line backup is made through a GSM/UMTS gateway with the relevant number of SIM cards to cover your customer’s requirements as to the number of simultaneous calls in the event of a failure of primary connectivity. The failure is detected by the GSM gateway, which passes information about an ISDN line failure to the operator’s network.
In an instant, incoming calls are redirected to SIM card numbers in the GSM gateway, with all extension numbers being retained. Similarly, all outbound calls are routed through SIM cards to the gateway, and again, the original numbering plan is retained. When an outage occurs, no evident change is apparent to either the caller or the person being called.
SIM Hunting allows the customer to use a multichannel GSM/UMTS gateway for outbound calls from his PBX and identify all calls under one unique number (CLIP). Similarly, inbound calls to this number are routed to a free SIM card in the gateway, so more concurrent calls can be made. All this is accomplished while maintaining only the number of SIM cards needed to satisfy the average concurrent usage of the customer.