The CyberData SIP Paging Server enables users, through a single SIP phone extension, to access multiple zones for paging with bell scheduling in a VoIP network and to connect to legacy analog overhead paging systems.
The SIP Paging Server can page directly to Polycom phones.
A second SIP extension can be configured as a Night Ringer, playing a user-uploadable audio file.
The SIP Paging Server now has a built in bell scheduler that enables, through a secure web interface, scheduled notifications to be sent to different multicast zones and legacy analog paging systems.
Perfect for schools, universities, manufacturing or any environment where scheduled audio notification is paramount.
There are up to 25 stored message and 25 individual bells, which are user uploadable.
CyberData is offering this new feature to current users of the 011146 SIP Paging Server via firmware download for units with serial number 1461xxxxx and firmware version 11.3.0 and above.
|Bell Scheduler with up to 25 “bells”|
|25 user uploadable stored messages|
|Page to Polycom phones|
|Voice prompting and password controlled zones|
|SIP RFC 3261 compatible|
|NTP-based internal clock|
|Two SIP endpoints (one for Night Ringer)|
|DTMF control of zone selection|
|Delayed page support|
|Line-In connection for background music multicasting|
|Line-out connection to support analog amplifiers|
|User uploadable audio files|
|Web-based configuration and firmware upload|
|PoE 802.3af enabled (Power-over-Ethernet)|
|19-inch Rack mount option|