SpectraLink Wireless Telephone Systems provide organizations with the competitive advantage needed in today’s service-oriented and fast-paced work environment.
The solution consists of the NetLink SVP Server, NetLink Wireless Telephones, SVP compatible access points and a Mitel ICP. Access points receive IP voice packets from Wireless Telephones and forward them to the Mitel ICP over the wired LAN, allowing users to communicate through pocket-sized telephones. Voice quality is the main function of the NetLink SVP Server which ensures that voice packets have priority over data packets on the wireless network
The NetLink Wireless Telephones integrate directly with a Mitel ICP using the IP network. That means advanced features are delivered to the mobile user throughout the workplace. In fact NetLink Wireless Telephones behave almost exactly like Mitel’s powerful 5220 IP Phone.
The wireless telephone can be a user’s sole phone or can be "paired/twinned" with a person's desk phone. Calls can ring at the wireless telephone as well as the desk phone. Users can place outgoing calls without incurring air-time charges normally associated with cellular phone systems.
The SpectraLink Wireless Telephone System Provides:
- Leverage Wi-Fi infrastructure for voice and data applications
- Dramatically improve mobility, responsiveness, and productivity
- Deliver quality voice and ICP features throughout the workplace
- Integrate legacy IP PBX systems using Mitel ICP
- Proven durability for use in all business environments