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Data/Voice/Video Integration

Kevin Spellman - Cisco Multi-Service

[email protected]

1018_03F8_c2


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Agenda

  • Things Are Changing

  • Market Drivers

  • Case Study

  • Questions


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“Things Are Changing”

  • More people have used the Internet in its first 5 years, than people used telephones in the first 30 years of Telephony

  • A Nation the size of the United Kingdom Joins the Internet every six months

  • The Internet already carries more information than all the telephones in America


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Voice

Client to Server

Video Teleconference

Server to Server

Office Applications

Internet/Intranet

Worldwide Traffic Is Exploding

More than300% Growthin WAN Trafficby 2002!

2002

1997

  • Changing traffic patterns

Source: Gartner Group, 1997


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Reduce WAN Bandwidth Cost

Hardware Costs 8.0%

Software Costs 2.7%

Maintenance 1.5%

Transmission Costs 87.8%

Savings in Wide-area Bandwidth Can Easily Justify

the Implementation of a Multiservice WAN

Source: Data Communications


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Growth of IP Traffic

Data (IP)

250

200

Relative Bit Volume

150

Voice

100

50

0

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

Source: Multiple IXC’s


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Seamless IP Fabric

“I predict that in five years there will be no separate telephony and internet networks, but a single network -- to homes and businesses --which will support wireless, telephony, Internet access, and possibly cable…. There will be a single seamless IP network with more advanced security, that will support different quality of service level guarantees”

Tom Evslin

Outgoing President of AT&T’s Worldnet Services

Source: Infoworld Electric July 24, 1997


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The Results?

  • IP Based Networks becoming universal

  • ATM backbones providing flexible scalability

  • Enterprise clients moving away from circuit switched/TDM networks

  • Voice is a shrinking % of the network


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No14%

Maybe19%

Yes 67%

Will Data and Voice Ride the Same Network?

Enabling technologies will emerge 50%

Unified networks are easier to administer 21%

Economics will improve 20%

New site construction will justify it 9%

Why?

Forrester Research, Inc ‘97


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Why Now?

Late ’90s/Early 2000—Multiservice Cycle

Data, Voice and Video Innovation

Internet/Layer 3 Networks/Services, VPNs

Industry Convergence

Early ’80s—Voice Cycle

PTT Deregulation

Private Networking

First Digital PBXs and Voice-mail Innovation

Late ’80s/Early ’90s—Data Cycle

Desktop Computing and LAN Innovation

Emphasis on LAN–to-LAN Data Infrastructure

Public Network Data Services

Voice Technologies Commoditized

Circuit-Based

Infrastructure

Packet/Cell-Based

Infrastructure


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Why Is Data/Voice/Video Integration Hot?

  • Demand for reduced costs, more leveraged spending

  • Demand for new applications to enable business growth

  • Demand for complexityreduction—strategic convergence


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Data/Voice/Video Innovation

  • Processing—high-power DSPs

  • The Internet

  • Software tools and APIs

  • Standards—voice/video compression, multiservice networks


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Emerging Applications

  • Messaging

  • LAN telephony

  • Fax

  • Desktop video

  • Web—call centers


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Convergence & New Service Demand

  • Single/common billing

  • Service bundle leverage

  • New service interest

    • Embedded directory

    • Abbreviated dialing

    • Mobility

    • Customized services


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Voice Technologies

Compression

Unacceptable

Business

Quality

Toll

Quality

64

*

PCM

(Cellular)

Bandwidth

(Kbps)

*

ADPCM 32 (G.723)

32

*

ADPCM 24 (G.725)

24

*

ADPCM 16 (G.726)

*

LDCELP 16 (G.728)

16

*

CS-ACELP 8 (G.729)

8

*

LPC 4.8

0

Quality

LDCELP - Low Delay Code Excited Linear Predictive

CS-ACELP - Conjugate Structured Algebraic Code Excited Linear Predictive

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User Priorities and Timeline

Data/Voice/Video

Spending

Short-Term

Medium-Term

Long-Term

Infrastructure/

Information

Convergence

Cost

Savings

Business/

Application

Enablement

1998

2000

2002


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Uncompressed Voice T-1

24 Channels

at 64KBPS Each

1.544Mbps


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Compressed Voice T-1

24 Voice Channels at 8-22KBPS Each = Maximum of 528K for Voice

Voice 12

Voice

Other Applications

1.016MBPS Available for Other Applications…

Dynamically Utilized!


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Silence Suppression / VAD

Essential Components

22%

Repetitive

22%

Pauses

56%

Over half of the typical voice call is silence!

VAD removes silence from data stream.


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Voice Activity Detection

Sending True Voice Over the WAN

  • Send voice samples only when there is “useful” information

Speech

Speech

Silence

Silence

Cells

Cells

No Cells

No Cells


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The Old World Vs New World

Old

Telephony

World

New

World

Multimedia

IP

=

Data

World


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Open Telephony Architecture

Old World Telephony

New World Telephony

Open ServiceApplication Layer

Outboard

Application

Open/Standard Interface

PBX or CO Switch

Open CallControl Layer

EmbeddedApplication

EmbeddedCall Control

Open/Standard Interface

EmbeddedCircuit Switching

Standards-Based

Packet InfrastructureLayer

Closed, Proprietary,

Inflexible, Centralized

Open/Standard

Interface

ProprietaryTelephones

Open/Standard

Telephones

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3rd

Party

3rd Party

Enterprise Voice Switching

Service Innovation Software

Open Service Application Layer

Open/Standard Interface

WAN

Virtual Switch

Controller

Open Call Control Layer

Campus

Selsius Call

Management

Open/Standard Interface

Standards-Based

Packet Infrastructure Layer

IP and ATM

Precipitates Service Innovation


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Benefits:

Lower cost of network operation

Lower recurring cost for WAN bandwidth because of statistical multiplexing

One infrastructure to support all existing and future applications

Multiservice Integration

Data

OneNetwork

Voice

Video


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VoFR, VoATM, VoIP Quality

Unacceptable

Utility

Quality

Business

Quality

Toll

Quality

Cellular

PSTN

VOICE

Cost

($)

VoATM

(PCM/AAL1)

VoATM

(8 Kbps)

VoFR

Internet

Intranet

VoIP

CS-ACELP 8 Kbps (G.729)

Quality


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Bandwidth Efficiency

  • Squeeze more data, voice, and video onto the expensive, often narrowband WAN

  • Benefit:

    • Lower recurring cost for WAN bandwidth (bandwidth cost generally outweighs all other costs associated with running a wide area network)


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QoS Technologies

ATM QoS

ATM Signaling

Weighted Fair Queuing

Weighted Early Packet Discard

ATM QoS

ATM Signaling

ATM Access

ATM Backbone

IP/ATM QoSInterworking

IP Access

IP Backbone

IP Precedence/Class of Service

Weighted Random Early Detection

RSVP

Weighted Fair Queuing

IP Precedence/Class of Service

Policy Routing

RSVP

Multilink Fragmentation


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Performance and QoS Guarantees

  • Support for each application according to its specific needs

  • Benefits:

    • Increased user satisfaction; fast response times

    • Full control over the network resources

    • Implementation of service level agreements (SLAs)


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Enterprise Network Architecture

Backbone

Branch

SOHO

Telecommuters

Home Offices

Branch Offices

Regional Offices

Headquarters


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Vendor Common Path to Open Telephony

I

WANBackbone

II

WANAccess

III

MultiserviceGateway

IV

Campus/MAN/WAN Integration

V

Policy-BasedEnd-End CallManagement

Enterprise

PhasePrimary Focus

From the Desktop to the WAN and WAN Services

Open

Multiservice

Architecture

Service

Provider

Packet VoiceInfrastructure

Quality

Service Accessand CPE

Scale

Networked Telephony

Services

Open End-EndTelephony

Packet Gateway

PhasePrimary Focus:

From Desktops to Service Backbones and Gateways

Open

Telephony

Architecture

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Network Migration: Before

Data WAN/

Services

On-Net Voice

VPN, SDN

PSTN

ISDN

  • Separate parallel infrastructure

  • No leverage of corporate data network


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Network Migration: Phases I and II

Multiservice

WAN/Services

PSTN

ISDN

  • Integration of on net/intranet to common, multiservice WAN

  • Toll bypass and access line reduction


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G

Network Migration: Phase III

Multiservice

WAN/Services

PSTN

ISDN

  • Least-cost routing across enterprise WAN

  • Toll bypass and tandem switch offload


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G

Network Migration: Phases IV and V

Multiservice

WAN/Services

PSTN

ISDN

Internet

  • Integrated communications backbone for all services

  • Operational productivity, capital reduction



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The Opportunity

Voice Network

PSTN

New York

Milan

Chicago

Paris

  • Separate parallel infrastructure

Tokyo

Frankfurt

Hong Kong

London

Data Network

London

Frankfurt

Tokyo

Chicago

New York

Paris

  • No leverage of corporate data network

Milan

Hong Kong


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The Goal - An Integrated Network

Multiservice

WAN/Services

PSTN

ISDN

  • Integration of on net/intranet to common, multiservice WAN

  • Toll bypass and access line reduction


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The Challenge

Quality of Service?

Management?

Costs?

User Training?

Larger Data Pipes?

New Applications driving

the need to upgrade the

data network


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Current Network Design—Small Branch

Key Telephone

System

PSTN

.

.

.

London

Frankfurt

Chicago

New York

Paris

Tokyo

Milan

Hong Kong

WAN

Router

Small Branch Office

5-25 People


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Network Redesign—Small Branch

Key Telephone

System

  • Voice ports added to the Cisco 3600 and VoIP has been configured using RSVP and Weighted Fair Queuing to ensure QoS

  • Branch to Branch LD voice traffic now carried by the IP network

  • PSTN carries local calls and backs ups the IP network

  • Fax traffic is also routed across WAN when it is interoffice

  • Key telephone has been programmed to do least cost routing when dialing interoffice

PSTN

.

.

.

Voice Ports

Added

V

WAN

Cisco 3640

Branch Office

20 People


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Network Redesign—Headquarters

Headquarters

  • Voice ports added with Cisco 5300 and connected to PBX

  • On-net LD voice traffic now carried by the IP network

  • PSTN carries local calls and backs up the IP network

  • Any phone on the connected to the PBX can now call any branch phone or vice versa and the traffic can be routed over the data network

PBX

PSTN

V

WAN

Cisco AS5300

Cisco 3640


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Toll Worksheet - Current Expenditures (Monthly)

Number

of

People

Minutes

per Person

per Day

Workdays

per

Month

Minutes

per Person

per Month

Cost

per

Office

On-Net

% to HQ

Cost

per Minute(1)

Location

Purpose

Paris

Frankfurt

Milan

London

New York

Chicago

Tokyo

Hong Kong

Total

Headquarters

Branch

Branch

Branch

Branch

Branch

Branch

Branch

16

16

40

40

16

16

16

180

180

180

180

180

180

180

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

20%

21.67

21.67

21.67

21.67

21.67

21.67

21.67

780.12

780.12

780.12

780.12

780.12

780.12

780.12

$ 0.25

$ 0.27

$ 0.23

$ 0.25

$ 0.25

$ 0.69

$ 0.77

$ 3,120

$ 3,370

$ 7,177

$ 7,645

$ 3,058

$ 8,613

$ 9,611

$ 42,595


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Ports at Each Location - Call Detail & Usage Analysis

  • Mid-size branches

    • Each user around 2.8 hours per day; 16 users makes 45 hours = 2688 minutes/day

    • (* 17% for busy hour load) = 457 minutes/busy hour = 7.616 Erlangs

    • (* 20% traffic to HQ) = 1.52 Erlangs to HQ. This equals four voice channels.

  • NYC and London

    • Each user three hours per day; 40 users makes 120 hours = 7200 minutes/day

    • (* 17% for busy hour load) = 1224 minutes/busy hour = 20.4 Erlangs

    • (* 20% traffic to HQ) = 4.08 Erlangs to HQ. This equals eight voice channels.

  • Corporate requirements

    • Total Erlangs = five branches at 1.52 + and two at 4.08 =15.76

    • Total number of lines needed at HQ is about 20 for .05 blocking probability

    • The voice compression module uses 8 kbps (CS-ACELP)

    • (Actually silence suppression reduces this to less than 8 Kbps so each 64 Kbps channel could support eight voice-channel trunks


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Capital Costs

Branches

Headquarters

Routers (Small Branch)

Cisco 3640 $ 4,800

Voice Ports (4) $ 2,500

1E1T $ 1,900

Cisco IOS W/Memory $ 2,500

Total List Price $ 11,700

Number of Branches 5

Routers (Larger Branches)

Cisco 3640 $ 4,800

Voice Ports (8) $ 5,000

1E2W $ 1,500

Cisco IOS $ 3,100

1T Wic $ 400

Total List Price $ 14,800

Number of Branches 2

Total of Branch Routers $88,100

Total of All Routers $119,300

Key Systems

Additional Trunk Cards $700

Number Required 9

Total $6,300

Routers

Cisco 3640s $ 9,600

Voice Ports $ 12,500

Network Modules $ 2,900

Cisco IOS W/Memory $ 6,200

Total List Price $ 31,200

Number Required 1

Pbx

Additional Trunk Cards $ 5,418

Number Required 1

Total $ 5,418

Total Capital Cost $131,018

53


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Return on Investment

Monthly PSTN Voice Savings $ 42,595

Required Added Bandwidth $ (32,300)

E1 Removed from HQ to PSTN $ 5,840

Net Total Monthly Savings $ 16,135

Total Capital Costs $ 131,018

Installation (Estimate) $ 15,000

Total $ 146,018Payback in Months 9


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Financial Analysis Highlights

Payback

CapitalOutlay

  • Seven international offices savings $42k IDDD

  • Capital outlay of $131k

  • Payback is within nine months

  • Equipment purchased (3600) is modular to support future network changes

$100K

$80K

$50K

$20K

9

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Month


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Business Case Summary

50%

15%

15%

35%

35%

WAN Costs

  • Data/Voice/Video IntegrationCan Save 30 to 50%

Capital Equipment

Support

Facilities (Data + Voice)

WAN Savings

Source: The Registry


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Business Case - Summary

  • New applications require more bandwidth

    • Voice rides for little or no charge

  • Better Compression algorythms

    • 8Kb compressed voice is toll quality or near toll quality

  • Faster, cheaper DSP modem technology

  • Lower Cost of Operations

    • Labor, training, facility charges


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Why Cisco?

  • Most projected growth is IP traffic

  • Cisco is the leader in IP andIP/ATM infrastructures

  • Cisco has the market position, product portfolio, technology, service partners, and vision to deliver data/voice/video integration solutions


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Selsius

RED = NEW

Multiservice Portfolio

WAN

High

Compression

Cisco IGX 8400

Cisco AS5300

Cisco 2600

Cisco MC3810

Cisco 3600

Voice

Processing

Cisco BPX 8600

MAN

Cisco 12000

Cisco7200

Cisco 7500

Cisco 7xx

Cisco 800

Phones

Network

Cisco LS1010

Cisco Catalyst 5500

Cisco Catalyst 8500

Low

Circuit

Emulation

Campus

Low

Data/Voice/Video Capacity

High


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Cisco Voice Manager

  • Comprehensive, Java-based network management for Cisco end-to-end VoIP solution

  • Simplified configuration of voice ports

  • Dial plan configuration QoS management

  • Call detail reporting

  • Supports Cisco 2600, 3600, and AS5300voice products


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PSTNor PBX

Network PBX—Selsius

SelsiusCall Manager

  • Call management and control

  • IP—phones and VoIP gateways

Selsius—AccessGateway between analogstation devices and IP network

Selsius

Phone

POTSPhone

FAX

Modem


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Desktop to Service Provider Core Telephony

Cisco 2600Cisco 3600MC3810Cisco 7200

MGX™ 8800BPX® 8600

AS5300

Cisco 7500

Catalyst5500

Catalyst 8500LS1010

TGX 8750Cisco 12000

SelsiusPhones

Branch

Office

Desktop

Wiring

Closet

MAN/

Campus

WAN

Backbone

SP

Edge

SP

Core

Cisco IGX 8400

Cisco 7500

AS5300


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Router

Voice-enabled Everywhere

Gateway

Aggregation

Backbone/ Core

Content Network

ISDN/Dial

DSL

Circuit Core

ISP (a, b, c)

Dedicated/Frame Relay/ATM

ATM Core

Corporate Gateway (a, b, c)

Cable

Svc

Policy

Mngmt

Packet Core

STB


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The End of Old World Technology

“After the year 2000 I don’t want any TDMs in my network….”

Marty Kaplan, Vice-President - Sprint

Chris Earnshaw, Dir. of Network Operations - BT Global

Mike Armstrong, CEO AT&T

Source: Business Week May, 1998


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Seamless IP Fabric

“…..and I am counting on Cisco Systems to provide me with the technology to make that transition. ”

Mike Armstrong, CEO AT&T

Source: Business Week May 1998


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Conclusions

  • Data/Voice/Video integration is happening Now

  • Services will be seamless across IP/FR/ATM

  • Cisco has the leading deliverable solutions today!


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PSTNor PBX

Network PBX—Selsius

SelsiusCall Manager

  • Call management and control

  • IP—phones and VoIP gateways

Selsius—AccessGateway between analogstation devices and IP network

Selsius

Phone

POTSPhone

FAX

Modem


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Vision for IP Telephony

The IP Network becomes the preferred vehicle for deploying and managing standards based voice services

Consolidated networks - not just VoIP

  • clear migration path from current toll by-pass

  • business quality audio

  • focus on phone, not PC application

  • transport independent

  • PBX equivalency

  • open applications


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Target Markets

  • Initial market and customer direction:

    • Campus PBX services

      • Behind existing PBX’s

      • i.e.. Dorm rooms at universities

    • Small offices/branch offices

      • Managed IP enterprise locations

      • Small PBX/key system offering

    • ISP Centrex

      • Place major elements in the IP cloud

      • Offer lower cost model to PBX acquisition

    • Off-Premise Extension (IP-OPX) to PBX

      • Behind existing PBX

      • Phones in small offices with IP link


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Five Phase Multiservice Strategy

I

WAN

Backbone

II

WAN

Access

III

Multiservice

Gateway

IV

Campus/MAN/

WAN Integration

V

Policy based

End-End Call

Management

Phase

Phase

Primary Focus

QOS

Call Management

Layer 1-3 Integration

Networked Availability

Management

Open

Telephony

Architecture

From the Desktop to the WAN and WAN Services

Intranet/

Internet

Telephony

Taking the industry from

To

Toll Bypass


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Five Phase Multiservice Strategy

I

WAN

Backbone

II

WAN

Access

III

Multiservice

Gateway

IV

Campus/MAN/

WAN Integration

V

Policy based

End-End Call

Management

Phase

Phase

Primary Focus

QOS

Call Management

Layer 1-3 Integration

Networked Availability

Management

Selsius

From the Desktop to the WAN and WAN Services

Intranet/

Internet

Telephony

Taking the industry from

To

Toll Bypass


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Proprietary vs. Standards-Based

Existing PBX

Selsius-IP PBX

Proprietary

Switching

Matrix

Software Switching

Software Features

Software Voice Mail

Proprietary

Feature Card

(I.e., conferencing)

Industry-Standard IP Hub for Phone I/F

Proprietary

Line Cards for

Phone I/F

Proprietary

Hardware I/F to

Voice Mail

Voice Mail

Platform


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Sample Voice over IP

The Network isthe PBX

NT Server

running

Selsius CallManager

IP Phone

Desktop

Ethernet Hub

IP Phone

Desktop

IP Phone

Desktop


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Sample Voice over IP

Gateways for internal

non-IP interconnection

NT Server

running

Selsius CallManager

IP Phone

Analog Gateway

Desktop

Voice Mail

Fax Machine

Ethernet Hub

IP Phone

Desktop

IP Phone

Desktop


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Sample Voice over IP

Gateways for external

PSTN interconnection

NT Server

running

Selsius CallManager

IP Phone

Analog Gateway

Desktop

Voice Mail

Fax Machine

Ethernet Hub

Digital Gateway

T1-PRI Service

IP Phone

Desktop

IP Phone

Desktop

PSTN


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Sample Voice over IP

Gateways for PBX

interconnection

NT Server

running

Selsius CallManager

IP Phone

Analog Gateway

Desktop

Voice Mail

Fax Machine

Ethernet Hub

Digital Gateway

Existing PBX

T1-PRI Service

IP Phone

Desktop

IP Phone

Desktop

PSTN


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Sample Voice over IP

ISP / WAN Interconnection

for efficient use of existing

resources

NT Server

running

Selsius CallManager

IP Phone

Analog Gateway

Desktop

Voice Mail

Fax Machine

Router

Ethernet Hub

Digital Gateway

Existing PBX

T1-PRI Service

ISP or

Enterprise

WAN

IP Phone

Desktop

IP Phone

Desktop

PSTN


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NT Server

running

Selsius CallManager

and voicemail

IP Phone

Analog Gateway

Desktop

Existing

PBX

Fax Machine

Router

Ethernet Hub

Digital Gateway

T1-PRI Service

ISP or

Enterprise

WAN

IP Phone

Desktop

IP Phone

Desktop

PSTN

The Network is the PBX

(An Evolutionary Revolution…)

  • Scalable, incremental migrations

  • Interoperability & investment protection

  • Lower cost of ownership

  • Easy administration, common network expertise

  • Easy deployment of new applications


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Symbol/Selsius Wireless IP-PBX

Leverage Selsius CallManager and PSTN gateways with Symbol H.323 wireless handset

NT Server

running

Selsius CallManager

and voicemail

Symbol IP Phone

Existing

PBX

Wired and

Wireless Ethernet Net

Router

Analog Gateway

Analog CO Lines

ISP or

Enterprise

WAN

IP Phone

Desktop

IP Phone

Desktop

PSTN


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Call transfer

  • 3 type of forwarding

  • hold

  • multiple lines per phone

  • multiple appearances per line

  • Speed dial/ last # redial

  • H.323 compatibility

  • Voice inbox

  • Single button NetMeeting

  • Cisco 3620 access integration

  • DHCP support

  • vacant # intercept

1.01 Shipping Product Contentreleased in 2/98


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  • Release 2.0 - June 98 Release

    • 12 series ethernet phones

    • analog access gateway (loop-start only for vmail)

    • G.723 compression and call-by-call bandwidth management

    • Automatic phone installation

    • 3rd party voicemail interface (SMDI), joint marketing with Active Voice

    • CDR

    • Cisco IP Precedence bit

    • Performance monitor and event viewer

    • CP features:

      • Call park/pickup

      • Call Waiting


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  • General availability of Rel 2.1 on August 15th

  • This release is driven from customers targeting IP-PBX as enterprise voice system in place of traditional PBX

  • Key features are:

    • Scalability to 1500 users

    • Improved call performance to 75,000 busy hour call completions

    • IP Conferencing Services

      • 4-party conferencing

    • Automated Call Routing (ACR)

    • CallManager Redundancy

    • Gateway Fax support

Release 2.1


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Sample Customers:

  • Corporations

    • British Telecom (51 phones, 3 gateways) (1998 - 200 phones)

    • 3Com (38 phones, 1 gateway) (1998 - 1,250 phones)

    • RiserCorp (37 phones, 4 gateways) (1998 - 100 phones)

    • Microsoft (32 phones, 1 gateway) (1998 - 200 phones)

    • Rogers Corp (28 phones, 5 gateways) (1998 - 800 phones)

    • AT&T (20 phones, 2 gateways) (1998 - 50 phones)

  • Universities

    • BYU

    • Carnegie Mellon

    • Stanford

    • UC San Diego

    • U of Tennessee

  • Other

    • Carriers: AT&T, BT, Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom, KPN, Telia, Finland Telecom, Telefonica,

    • NTT, Level 3, TCI, MediaOne, SW Bell, US West, SaskTel

    • ISPs: uuNet


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No more need for CTI

  • The aim of CTI was to make disparate networks talk together

  • No More need to integrate disparate networks!

  • With Selsius networks are integrated!


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Next software release - Jan. 1999

Release 2.2

  • Sophisticated software-only voice mail/auto-attendant option. Active Voice “Unity” third-party voice messaging prototype with TAPI support

  • Simple voice mail option – Selsius-VoiceInbox™

    • Simple voice mail

    • Message forward, reply, playback, record

  • Software attendant console

    • Browser-based (Internet Explorer 4)

    • Associated with physical phone for superior voice quality

    • Six loops, auto- or manual-answer modes

    • Automated call dispatcher for call delivery to multiple attendant consoles

    • Automated, browsable directory with drag and drop Direct Station Select (“DSS”), directory search, Busy Lamp Field (“BLF”) indication

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Release 2.2

  • Scalability:

    • Increased size

      • 5,000 users on a single server PC (Pentium II, 333 MHz, 256 MB RAM)

      • Up from 1,500 users per server in version 2.1

      • 150,000 busy hour call completion rate (40+ / sec)

        • Currently at 135,000

        • Comparable to traditional large PBX offering

    • Multiple server scalability (without supplementary services between servers)

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