By installing an optional activation key, the number of IP terminals that can be contained on an MPR card can be expanded to 128 and the number that can be contained on an SIP trunk card can be expanded to 64. This enables flexible expansion since it is not necessary to add new dedicated optional cards for terminals and phone lines.
The KX-TDE leverage the latest digital networking, Voice over IP (VoIP) and SIP technologies to cost effectively handle intra-office, multi-site and long distance communications over converged voice and data networks. Up to 8 KX-TDE systems can be networked and centrally managed without the need for a server.
Using the built-in SIP trunking interface, businesses now have the ability to connect the KX-TDE Communication Systems to the growing list of SIP based Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSP) to achieve low cost VoIP calls over managed broadband IP networks.
Cellular phones can be integrated into PBX that allows incoming calls to ring both the desk phone and the cellular phone simultaneously, so users can pick up calls on either phone, thereby enabling single number access and increasing contactability.
Extension line phones can be made wireless. The multi-cell DECT Wireless System enables the office building to become a single call zone. Since calls can be made while working away from the desk, this contributes to improved productivity.
This function enables conference calls to be made from cellular phones, simply by calling a phone number for a contact group that contains up to 8 people (including caller). Since it is not necessary to make a contract for a conference call service with telephone carrier, this leads to reduced running costs.
With KX-TDE systems, administrators can remotely manage any deployment scenario whether a stand-alone system or a networked multi-site system connected over an IP network.