Digital Networking allows subscribers on local DEFINITY
AUDIX systems to exchange voice messages with subscribers
on other DEFINITY AUDIX systems, AUDIX R1 systems,
INTUITY systems and Interchange systems using many of the
same features on their local DEFINITY AUDIX systems. Digitally
networked AUDIX systems, or nodes, can be colocated
or distributed over many locations.
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Digital Networking uses Avaya's proprietary
Digital Communications Protocol (DCP) to send messages
using the high-quality digital algorithm code-excited linear
predication (CELP) to transmit voice messages via AUDIX
Using Digital Networking is fast, clear, and efficient, in that it
does not compete for use of the voice ports.
Digital Networking is available in DEFINITY AUDIX system
releases 3.2 and later.
Digital Networking can connect
up to 100 AUDIX systems.
Digital Networking is more secure
than AMIS analog networking.
In DEFINITY AUDIX system
Release 4.0, using a low-speed
Digital Networking connection will
significantly reduce the number of
local subscribers, remote subscribers,
and remote nodes the
system will support.
If subscribers are geographically distant, they can still enjoy many of the
DEFINITY AUDIX features they share with their other local DEFINITY AUDIX
subscribers, such as address- or dial-by-name, private and priority messaging,
and broadcast messaging, as if they were colocated.
DEFINITY AUDIX Digital Networking uses Lucent Technologies’ DCP to
exchange voice messages, subscriber profiles, and message status information
with other AUDIX systems. Subscribers on one DEFINITY AUDIX system can
address and send messages to and receive messages from any subscriber on
other networked systems.
Digital Networking offers several advantages over AMIS Analog Networking,
including the following:
- Digital Networking is more secure than AMIS Analog Networking.
- Digital Networking allows subscribers to hear voiced name confirmation
when they address messages to subscribers on remote systems.
- Digital Networking allows subscribers to hear the status of their sent
messages, such as the date and time the recipient accessed the
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