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  1. Quantum Multicom IPIntroduction

  2. QUANTUM IP - The Concept • Blend Existing Bogen Multicom Backbone With IP Technology • Expand Feature-Set To The Most Robust On The Market • Maintain Complete Backwards Compatibility To Existing Bogen Multicom Intercom Systems

  3. QUANTUM-- The ConceptWhy Build Upon Our Multicom 2000? • Tried And True Since 1988 • Embedded Base Of >12,000 Systems • Revisions And Enhancements, But Basic “Backbone” Remains the same • Why?: • Dependability • Focus On The Features Really Used • Focus On The Features Really Needed

  4. Purpose Built - Engineered Specifically For Schools • Designed With Typical School Layout & Floor Plan In Mind • Unique Node Architecture Lowers Total Installed Cost • Infinite System Configurations • Allows Linking Of Any Number Of Schools, Buildings, Or Areas Into Single Actual Or Virtual “Facility” • Perfect Solution For Campus-Style And Temporary Classrooms • Eliminates Your Fear Of Obsolescence • Allows District To Replace/Upgrade Old Systems At Its Own Pace • District-wide Communications Control & Flexibility Never Offered Before

  5. QUANTUM System ArchitectureThe NODE • Each QUANTUM Processor Card Represents A Single Node • Maximum Node Capacities: • 250 (240 Intercom 10 SIP) Station/Classroom Ports • 15 CO Lines • 8 Non-Blocking Talk Paths

  6. QUANTUMSystem ArchitectureNODES Distributed Across A Network =A “Distributed Facility” • Node = Up To 250 Stations • Distributed Facility = Up To 64 Nodes • Distributed Facility = Up To 16,000 Stations All Stations can act as one Large facility

  7. QUANTUM -Distributed-Facility Architecture • Only Bogen’s QUANTUM Employs “Distributed-Facility” Architecture • Allows Most Economical Layout Given The Physical Situation • Allows District-Wide Networking Of Systems, Now Or In The Future • Can Greatly Reduce Intercom-Dedicated Homerun Wiring • High Survivability Level • Nodes Operate Autonomously when network fails • Intelligence By All Node Processor Cards

  8. QUANTUM System ArchitectureInterconnected Facilities Createa “District”

  9. QUANTUM System ArchitectureThe “District”-Wide System • A “District” Can Have Up To: • 99 Distributed Facilities X 64 Nodes X 250 Stations Per Node = 1,584,000 Total Stations • Board Of Ed Can Now: • Perform District Wide All-Call • Perform All-Call Announcements • Call Any Classroom or Area Directly From Central Office • Synchronize District-Wide Time Schedule • Listen-in To Any Classroom* *Subject To Proper Practice/Standards In Local Area

  10. QUANTUM CommanderPC Interface • Programming, Configuration, Testing And Diagnosis • Browser-Based From Any PC • Allows Real-time Database Changes • Remote System Software Upgrades • 3 Access Levels – User, Administrator & Technician

  11. QUANTUM CommanderTasks You Can Now Do “On-The-Fly” From Your Computer • Emergency Messages • Alarm Tones And Manual Tones • Audio Program Distribution • Page Exclusion • Tests And Exams • Manual Schedule Overide • Trip External Relays that can: • Open Doors, Lock Doors • Turn Lights On/Off • Play Pre-Recorded Message • Classroom Media Assignment

  12. QUANTUM - Commander FeaturesMore Zones • 64 Multi-Purpose Zones • Zone Types: • Time Only • Page Only • Time & Page • Security • Zone Names • External Relays • Emergency Msg.

  13. New QUANTUM Feature:The Security Zone • What’s A Security Zone? • The Security System is designed for Daytime Use • Comprised Of Single Or Multiple Stations • A Station Is Dedicated To An Individual Sensor • When State Changes • Call-in To Administrative Phone, Group And/Or Wall Display Is Made Automatically • Play Emergency Message • Create a contact closure • Provide Critical Real-Time Information • Door Or Window Opened/Closed • Person Present In Unauthorized Area • Person Present At Remote Entrance

  14. QUANTUM - Commander FeaturesMoreClasses of Service • 32 Programmable Classes Of Service For Quantum Stations • Distinct From Station Type • Walking Class of Service • Roll Over To EOL

  15. QUANTUM - Commander FeaturesMoreSchedules • 32 Time Schedules Total • Schedule Naming • Easy Select Daily / Holiday • Date Or Range Of Dates • Full Calendar Function • Automatic Daylight Savings • Sync Network Time Server • Built-In Master Clock • External Master Clock Sync • Custom Bell Tones

  16. QUANTUM - Commander FeaturesMoreStation Types • 20 Different Station Types • Day And Night COS • 32 Admin Groups/10 Per • New Station Types: • Student Phone • Security • VoIP/SIP Phone • VoIP/SIP Phone + Speaker • User Text

  17. QUANTUM - Commander FeatureQSPC1 Information • Ability to change node name • Ability to change facility name • Quick Node Network Status • Black online • Red offline

  18. How Does QUANTUM Stack Up To The Competition? • More Stations Than Any Conventional Intercom System • More Talk Paths Than Any Conventional Intercom System • More Time Schedules Than Any System • More Time And/or Paging Zones Than Any System • Lower Installation Cost Vs. Traditional Home-Run Wiring • Simple But Effective Leveraging Of Existing Equipment • “The Other Manufacturers” Make The School Buy A New System • QUANTUM Builds Upon Embedded Base Of Multicom 2000 Systems • Instills Confidence In Schools About Buying Bogen For The Future • Easier, More Intuitive Programming/Control Software

  19. Compact Rack-Mounted System • Capacities • 24 station ports (5 Rack Units) • 48 station ports (6 Rack Units) • 8 CO Lines

  20. QSPC1Quantum Multicom IP Processor Card Version 1

  21. Programming with Quantum Commander • Commander Software resided on Quantum Processor Card with easy to back up database • Crossover cable Required for first setup then local area network thereafter • Internet Explorer 6 or higher • JavaTM Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.5.0_06 or higher • Available for Window, Macintosh, Solaris, and Linux at www.java.com

  22. Crossover Adapter???????? UTP-7220 www.cablesunlimited.com

  23. The following Parameters must be configured for every node of the Facility • Facility # • QSPC1 # (one through sixty-four) • IP Address (one Static IP Address per Node) • Subnet Mask (same for all Nodes within the facility) • Default Gateway (same for all Nodes within the facility) • Multicast Address (same for all Nodes within the facility) • Inter-Facility Multicast IP Address - same for all nodes and facility's district wide • Type (Primary (QSPC1 #1)/ Secondary (QSPC1 #2)/Normal (QSPC1 #3 ~ #64)) • Unit (Rack Mounted, Wall Mounted, and Smaller Unit)

  24. Quantum Commander Maintenance

  25. The following Parameters must be configured for each node • Facility #1 • QSPC1 #1 • IP Address 192.168.003.136 • Subnet Mask 255.255.255.000 • Default Gateway 000.000.000.000 • Multicast Address 239.001.001.001 • Inter-Facility M IP– 238.001.001.001 • Type Secondary • Compact Unit • Facility #1 • QSPC1 #2 • IP Address 192.168.003.135 • Subnet Mask 255.255.255.000 • Default Gateway 000.000.000.000 • Multicast Address 239.001.001.001 • Inter-Facility M IP– 238.001.001.001 • Type Primary • Compact Unit