What’s more the QSIG interface also allows third-party systems to be integrated into an Aastra network. And even if you do not have a corresponding data network, Aastra allows you to network your telephone systems in the traditional way, via the exchange connection.
Same performance for all locations
Aastra networked systems provide staff at different company locations with centralised and shared functionality, including useful added features such as extensions status, enquiry call, call divert and call-back, all of which work perfectly even if the users are not in the same building. It is even possible to set up user groups with individual staff from different locations.
Another option is to connect the telephone terminals directly across the WAN or using the existing IP-based intranet. In this way even smaller company locations and homeworkers can benefit from cost-effective functions.
Network your company
The interconnection of remote company sites, home workplaces and field employees are amongst the strengths of the Aastra System. Voice transmission takes place either over the traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN) or via broadband data networks (LAN, WAN). Regardless of their actual whereabouts, your employees have all the functions and services available that they would have at the company's headquarters. The rapid transfer to VoIP is today particularly attractive for those companies that have a high level of voice traffic between geographically separated company sites. With VoIP, you Telephone cost-free throughout the entire internal communications network.
Networking with the Aastra system family functions without problems. The expansion of an existing Aastra Network can be done at any time. Connections to third-party systems are implemented via the QSIG or SIP interface.