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 IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh Acoustic Echo Echo IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh that is the result of feedback that is generated on any phone or speaker phone or headset from the speaker to the microphone.  (also see Line Echo) ATA Analog Telephone adapter  A device that coverts analog voice signals to digital signals which can then be transmitted over the Internet. Attendant (Auto Attendant)  An automatic response system, such as a voice presenting options such as press 2 for sales, 5 for Lisa, etc., which handles incoming calls and sends  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh them to the appropriate phone or message. Attenuation (also referred to as loss) is a term that occurs with any type of signal, (digital or analog) and refers to the reduction in the strength of the signal, which is natural consequence of that signal traveling over the specific medium for long distances. Backbone  A high speed  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh fiber network with a large capacity that connects major cities throughout the world. Bandwidth    Usually measured in 1000 bits per  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh second (kbps), it is the amount of data that can be carried from one point to another in a given time period.

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Baud   One signaling element per second, not to be confused with bits per second. BOYD Bring Your Own Device  Some VoIP providers allow a person to supply their own equipment or ATA. CDR Call Record Detail   IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh Details about a specific call that includes duration, origination, destination, and billable information, as well as other pertinent information. IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh Cloud Communications  Cloud refers to the Internet.  Cloud Communications uses the Internet as a way to have users connect to host equipment at a remote location which then connect to other users allowing phone calls.  Synonymous with hosted VoIP or Internet Phone Service. Codec   Normally used to reference to converting analog signals to digital or digital signals to analog.  It can be used in conjunction with compression software to compress and decompress these signals to varying degrees. IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh CPE  Customer Premises  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh Equipment  Equipment at the customers location that converts the digital signal back to voice.

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CSU/DSUChannel Service Unit/Data Service Unit  A hardware device usually associated with a T1 that acts as an interface and converts data frames from a LAN to a WAN  ology.  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh CSR Customer Service Record  A document required for all phone numbers that will show information that is tied to that number including services, billing activity, associated address and service orders. IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh Data  Usually treated as a synonym for information, but when used as a description for network  ology refers to all traffic other than voice. Data Transfer Rate   The speed of travel of a given amount of data from one place to another. DHCP Dynamic Host Control Protocol  A communications protocol that lets network administrators supervise and distribute IP addresses from a central point to each computer or device on a network. DID  Direct Inward Dialing  A service that allows an enterprise to allocate individual phone numbers to each person within its PBX system. DSL  Digital Subscriber Line  Phone technology that allows a broadband internet digital connection to be carried over existing copper phone lines, while still allowing the phone service carry analog signals over the same line.            

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    DTMF  Dual Tone Multi-frequency Also known as Touchtone, it is the signal generated when you press a telephone's touch keys that is sent to the telephone company.  These signals are actually two tones of a specific frequency designed so that a voice cannot duplicate them.  The ability for interactive telephone menus to work correctly across different networks and phone systems is due to the fact that DTMF tones are standardized and are uniquely linked to a number (and # or *) on the telephone keypad. Echo Cancellation  Echo cancellation is the process of eliminating echo from voice communication to improve the quality of the call. It is necessary because speech compression techniques and packet processing delays generate echo, of which there are 2 types, acoustic echo and hybrid echo. Echo cancellation improves voice quality in VoIP calls and also reduces the required bandwidth due to silence suppression techniques. ECM   Error Correction Mode   Used in conjunction with memory storing fax machines, ECM allows for the receiving fax machine to request retransmission for a page where some errors were detected in the frames of that page.  If the receiving fax machine is unable to receive an error free page the fax transmission may fail and the fax connection terminated.  On networks with some packet loss, fax transmissions will routinely fail when ECM is enabled because of the low tolerance allowed for any packet loss. GR-909 Test  A standards based suite of electrical tests that have been adapted for the VoIP industry and test for such problems as unwanted voltage on the phone lines, an off hook device keeping the line open, and even when no phone is connected on the line.  Some VoIP routers include the GR-909 test in their diagnostic tools. IAD  Integrated Access Device  Equipment at the customers location that is used to convert digital signals back to voice.  Usually used in association with a DSL connection.

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IAX  Inter-Asterisk eXchange Protocol, (pronounced "eeks") (now commonly meaning IAX2) is an Asterisk communications protocol for setting up interactive user sessions (both audio and/or video) and supports any type of codec. IVR  Interactive Voice Response  An integrated software information system that speaks to callers and uses menus and voice responses.  By using touch-tone keypad entries to interact with the software, you get voice responses with real time data. Jitter   As data load increases and decreases, routers on the Internet can create slightly different times that individual packets take to travel from one point to another point.  This variation in time is known as jitter. Latency   The time it takes for a packet to reach its destination.  Higher delay times can be an issue, especially for VoIP, where voice delay can be recognized with latency higher than 150 milliseconds.  Higher than 500 milliseconds and the conversation is going to be very problematic. LERG  Local Exchange Routing Guide  Is a database of the first 6 digits of a telephone number, updated on a regular basis, that provides information for routing telephone calls over the Public Switching Telephone Network, as well as, enables identification of what local company the number belongs to. Line Echo Echo that is common in the PSTN network and is created as a result of voice traveling over hybrids or 2 wire to 4 wire conversions. LNP Local Number Portability is the ability of a US telephone customer to retain their phone number if they switch to another local telephone provider.          MOSMean Opinion Score the Mean Opinion Score (MOS) provides a numerical indication of the perceived quality of voice transmission after compression and/or transmission and is expressed as a number in the range 1 to 5, where 1 is lowest perceived audio quality and 5 is the highest perceived audio quality measurement. MTA Multimedia Terminal Adapter A device that connects a traditional telephone to a cable line, converting analog voice to digital signals. NAT Network Address Translation  An Internet standard allowing a local network to use one public IP address to connect to the Internet and a set of local IP addresses to identify each PC or device in the local network.  NAT translations are a challenge for VoIP and result in one-way audio in some cases. PBX  Public Branch Exchange  A private telephone switching system that allows outside phone lines from a telecommunications provider to connect to extensions within the office or building.  They usually have multiple features including call forwarding, rollover, paging and voice mail. POTS Plain Old Telephone System  The familiar single phone line, single phone number system that has been in existence for many years. PRIPrimary Rate Interface  The Primary Rate Interface consists of 23 B-channels and one 64 Kpbs D-channel using a T-1 line and can have up to 1.544 Mbps service.   Typically, it is a dynamic circuit that delivers both voice and data, giving preference for voice.  When a channel is not carrying voice it is automatically allocated for data.

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PSTN Public Switched Telephone Service  The combination of local, long-distance and international carriers that make up the worldwide telephone network.  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh Rate Center The geographic area used by local exchange carriers to set rate boundaries for issuing phone numbers and for billing.  Rate centers are important when considering porting of  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh numbers through LNP to and from VoIP service providers. RJ-11  The typical four or 6 wire connector used to connect telephone equipment.                                             IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh RJ-45   An 8 wire connector used to connect Ethernet connections in computers, routers and other Internet devices.  This connector is slightly larger than a (RJ-11) telephone connector. Router  A router is a device connected to at least two networks that determines the next network point to forward a packet to.  The decision of which way to send each information  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh packet is based on it's current understanding of the networks that it is connected to. RTP   Real Time Transport Protocol  An Internet protocol that functions for end-to-end network connections for applications that use audio or video.+

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Satellite Phone  A satellite phone is a particular type of mobile phone that connects to earth orbiting satellites instead of the typical terrestrial cell towers that most cell phones connect to. The features on most systems are similar to traditional mobile telephones and transmit voice, short messaging service and allow low-bandwidth internet access are supported. Depending on the particular system the coverage may include the entire Earth, or only specific regional areas. Silence Suppression and Comfort Noise Generation  Silence Suppression is a means of increasing the number of calls supported by reducing the bandwidth for a single call.  If speech is not present, the silence suppression and comfort noise generation is activated. This is accomplished by removing and not transmitting the natural silence that occurs in normal two-way connection. Comfort Noise Generation provides an artificially-generated background white noise to reassure callers that their calls are still connected during silent periods rather than thinking the call dropped. SIP Session Initiation Protocol  is a signaling protocol for Internet conferencing, telephony, and instant messaging.  It is a request-response protocol, dealing with requests from clients  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh and responses from servers. initiating an interactive user session.

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SIP Session Initiation Protocol Trunking is the use of VoIP to facilitate the connection of typically a PBX to the Internet, where the Internet replaces the conventional telephone trunk, allowing a business to communicate with traditional PSTN telephone subscribers worldwide by connecting to an ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Provider).  SIP trunking can save money and offer services to an IP-PBX. Soft Phone   IP telephony software that  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh allows end users to send and receive calls over the computer or hand held PC device (PDA) over the Internet.  Typically used in conjunction with a headset and microphone there are many free softphones that are available. STUN  Simple  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh transversal of UDP through NATs  is a protocol for assisting devices behind a NAT firewall or router with their packet routing. Switch  A switch is a device that keeps a record of the MAC addresses of all devices connected to it and then channels incoming data from any of multiple input ports to the specific output port that will take the data toward its intended destination.

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T38 A recognized standard for  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh sending fax transmissions over an IP network in real time mode. Messages are sent as UDP or TCP/IP packets.  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh UDPUser Datagram Protocol is a communications protocol that does not provide sequencing of the packets. The application must be able to make sure that the entire message has arrived and is in the right order. VADVoice Activation  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh Detection is a software application, also known as silence suppression that allows the detection of the absence  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh of audio for a specified amount of time to use techniques to conserve bandwidth, as many conversations can actually include one half silence. Voice  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh  activation detection can also be  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh used to forward idle noise or comfort noise to a remote IP telephone or IAD giving the illusion of a constant transmission stream during silence, so the listener would not think the line had gone dead.  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh VoIPVoice over Internet Protocol The  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh transmission of voice over the Internet as digital packets rather than the  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh traditional circuit-committed protocols of the PSTN.  VoIP uses real-time protocol (RTP) to help ensure that the  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh packets get delivered in a timely way.  For a  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh full explanation about the benefits and features of Voice over IP read what is VoIP.  IP Business Telephone Systems Ohio Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Oh                                  
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Conventional, Digital, Mobile, IP, VoIP and SIP in one

telephone system.  

From 1 to 536 lines, 1 to 800 users and up to 250

connected sites, the Vertical Summit is the most

versatile and scalable telephone system available.

Virtually Future Proof!

4 Line 4 station systems with Voice Mail and Auto

Attendant begin at $1,500.00 installed!

Call 800-821-2686 for a no obligation demonstration and quotation for

your business.

Ask about our exclusive 5 year parts and labor warranty!

MAXIMUM MOBILITY FOR GROWING BUSINESSES

Key Features

1 to 536 lines 1 to 640 Telephones UCS Desktop Client with Voice (Softphone) UCS Mobile Client Presence 1:1 Video Calling Secure IM ClickCall Voice & Videoconferencing Advanced Call Recording Visual Voice Mail Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) Auto Attendant Mobile & SIP Extensions Dedicated Hospitality Telephony Suite Green Power Save
John 3:16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” At the core of Ohio TeleCom are the values instilled in our conscience by our savior Jesus Christ. Matt 7:12 “Do to others whatever you would have them do to you.”

Voice. UC. BYOD. Mobile. 

Now you can have it all – with the versatile Vertical Summit™ unified communications (UC) platform. More than a simple phone system, the Summit gives you cost-effective options that add up to real-time communications and bottom-line business benefits with the ability to easily – and affordably – migrate from analog to IP for true mobility and more. Simple to set up and administer, the Summit’s optimized IP/TDM hybrid architecture gives you all the standard features you need while supporting more advanced UC and mobility applications, so you can communicate and collaborate seamlessly wherever your business takes you.   In addition to standard call handling features including one-touch call transfer, call recording, Caller ID and music on hold, the Vertical Summit offers more advanced functions through integrated applications and features such as a multi-level Auto Attendant and voice mail with email notification; at-a-glance presence management and call routing capabilities; videoconferencing; and even the ability to place calls by simply clicking on a number in a Windows-based Web page or document.

Vertical Summit IP

The cost effective Vertical Summit IP platform is ideally suited for small businesses with five to 50 users, and with optional expansion unit, can accommodate up to 140.

Your License to Communicate

To ensure peak performance from the Summit’s powerful suite of multimedia, collaboration and productivity tools and applications, each system includes licenses for the standard Summit Unified Communications Solution (UCS) Desktop Client with Voice (softphone), as well as Summit UCS Mobile Client licenses.* The Summit’s UCS clients give you seamless, single- number connectivity to customers, co-workers and features from your PC or smartphone, so you can: Make, receive and transfer calls from anywhere with one touch. Quickly handle calls with at-a-glance, presence-based call management and individual call routing. Access directories, call logs, paging and other system features with the tap of a finger. Automatically integrate and synchronize private and shared directories with your contacts and schedule for more efficient communications. Send and receive secure IM, text and broadcast messages. Easily set up and manage videoconferences with up to six people. Share applications, white boards and desktops in real time. Record calls with a single click. Conduct 3-way conference calling.

Optimize Your Communications with Optional

Applications 

To get peak performance from your Summit system, optional applications are available to further enhance your business’s communications capabilities and bottom line.   IPCR Call Recording Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and improve employee training and customer service with more advanced call recording capabilities. IPCR Call Recording lets you securely record and monitor calls to and from any phone on your Summit system on demand or system wide, and quickly search, retrieve and replay calls via your Web browser.   IP Attendant (Office/Hotel) Streamline call handling and distribution with simplified control of the Summit’s Attendant features and functions via this easy-to-use interface and high voice quality, built-in IP softphone. IP Attendant software displays call, user and system status for standard office use, and is also available with a dedicated hospitality telephony feature set that integrates with various hotel/motel property management systems.   ClickCall Now you can make calls from numbers in any Windows-based application, Web page, or document without dialing your phone. Save time and eliminate misdials by simply highlighting the number and dragging it into the ClickCall pop-up window to place the call automatically from your desktop phone.

Affordable Expandability 

Easy to set up, maintain and use, each Summit platform gives you the flexibility to design an affordable, dynamic communications system that’s truly the best fit for your business with: Advanced VoIP technology Low cost SIP trunking On/off premise mobility Remote connectivity With the Summit, you can easily expand your communications infrastructure as your business grows with extra expansion units to serve up to 800 users. The Summit is also compatible with Vertical’s SBX IP and MBX IP platforms, so you can quickly network up to 250 sites together while creating a simple migration path to the full-feature and cost-saving benefits of the Summit’s built-in VoIP technology.

Flexible Phone Options 

Get the most out of the Summit’s feature set with Vertical’s new Edge 9000 Series IP and digital phones and DECT phones featuring display-based interfaces, call logs, self-labeling keys and simplified administration. The optional Summit Wireless DECT System let’s you cost-effectively increase your coverage, voice traffic and number of users with up to 48 additional extensions. The Summit also integrates with other Vertical SBX IP and MBX IP digital, SIP and IP phones, as well as Vodavi single-line analog, XTS, STS and Triad phones to protect and extend your current communications capabilities and investment.   

Simple set up 

 Installation and maintenance are simple with the Web-based Install Wizard, and the Summit’s award-winning, stylish design allows for compact communications that fit securely in a standard 19” rack. Save power and money, too. With the Summit’s Green Power Save feature, you can automatically or manually disable power to phones connected to the system at night or during holidays for more energy-efficient and cost effective system operation.   
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Conventional, Digital, Mobile, IP,

VoIP and SIP in one telephone

system.  

From 1 to 536 lines, 1 to 800

users and up to 250 connected

sites, the Vertical Summit is the

most versatile and scalable

telephone system available.

Virtually Future Proof!

4 Line 4 station systems with

Voice Mail and Auto Attendant

begin at $1,500.00 installed!

Call 800-821-2686 for a no obligation

demonstration and quotation for your

business.

Ask about our exclusive 5 year parts and

labor warranty!

MAXIMUM MOBILITY FOR

GROWING BUSINESSES

Key Features

1 to 536 lines 1 to 640 Telephones UCS Desktop Client with Voice (Softphone) UCS Mobile Client Presence 1:1 Video Calling Secure IM ClickCall Voice & Videoconferencing Advanced Call Recording Visual Voice Mail Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) Auto Attendant Mobile & SIP Extensions Dedicated Hospitality Telephony Suite Green Power Save
John 3:16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” At the core of Ohio TeleCom are the values instilled in our conscience by our savior Jesus Christ. Matt 7:12 “Do to others whatever you would have them do to you.”
Ohio TeleCom LLC
800-821-2686