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Ericsson-LG ip-100
The aria ip-100 system employs a converged digital and IP architecture to deliver an affordable and flexible telecommunications platform targeting the SMB market. The aria ip-100 feature set spans all the basic features and functions of a modern communications platform and supports advanced functions such as integrated multi-level Auto Attendant and Voice Mail functionality to name but a few. Interfacing with the outside world, the aria ip-100 supports analog exchange lines, ISDN exchange lines (Basic Rate and Primary Rate ISDN connectivity) and SIP trunks. For flexibility and ease of use, an array of user terminals are available, including E-LG proprietary Digital and IP Terminals, as well as standard SLT’s and 3rd party SIP terminals. Mobility is provided via DECT extensions, WiFi handsets as well as Smart phone soft client support on the Android and iOS platforms. In addition, the aria ip-100 is compatible with Ericsson-LG advanced communication applications such as the UCS and IPCR solutions
The aria ip-100 provides a variety of powerful telephony features similar to the other Ericsson-LG PBX systems. The aria ip-100 feature set is based on the IPECS-LiK feature set.

Typical standard call features include:

Standard Call features (Make Call, Call answer, Call Transfer, Call Forward etc.)
Flexible Numbering plan is the same as IPECS-LiK
2 x VOIP channels and 2 x Voice Mail channels free
Call Hold and Call Pick-up
Speed Dial (Common and Station)
Web-based maintenance (Remote maintenance supported)
SIP Trunk & SIP Extension support
Soft Client (Phontage & Communicator support) 2 each free
Voicemail & Auto-Attendant
Direct Inward Dialling / Direct Inward System Access (DDI/DISA)
Call Statistics and Traffic Analysis
IP/QSIG Networking

This section will provide a more detailed description of the aria ip-100 hardware components as well as the compatibility between the different KSU’s and the various interface boards:

A standard KSUA (populated with a MBUA) supports the following default configuration:

4 x Analogue CO trunks
1 x Digital Terminal port
7 x Hybrid ports (Digital Terminal or SLT)
2 x VoIP channels (For IP networking or SIP Trunking)

A standard KSUI (populated with a MBUI) supports the following default configuration:

1 x Digital Terminal port
7 x Hybrid ports (Digital Terminal or SLT)
2 x VoIP channels (For IP networking or SIP trunking)