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Networks BCM 450 R1.0 VoIP
Standard Base Unit Only
codes, base modules, phones, voice mail, etc are not included; but must be
Nortel BCM 450
High capacity: Supports
up to 100 users with the base model - any mix - and up to 300 users with the
new pluggable Capacity Expansion Card (CEC).
significant operability enhancements build upon a solid foundation,
established by previous releases from the Business Communications Manager
portfolio, including the Business Communications Manager 50 Release 3.0.
Some of the key improvements include new capabilities for Business Element
Manager that make the initial installation and ongoing management easier,
new GUI-based System Reset and Reboot Optimization functions, and a
comprehensive task-based Troubleshooting Guide for all operations on the
Business Communications Manager system.
Simplified hardware platform:
New Business Communications Manager hardware components, including the Base
Function Tray (BFT), Chassis Interface Board (CIB) and Capacity Expansion
Card (CEC), simplify installation, connectivity and expandability.
Robust business applications:
The addition of Meet-Me Conferencing (MMC) and further enhancements made to
Intelligent Contact Center (ICC) and Unified Messaging (UM) round out an
already impressive suite of rich features and capabilities.
Nortel BCM 450
Media Bay Modules: Up to four
CPU Processor: Free scale
Memory (RAM): 512MB DDR2 SDRAM
Hard Drive: 80GB SATA
DSP: 3 TI 600MHz DSPs
Capacity Expansion Card
(optional): Expansion Daughter Card with 4 TI 600MHz DSPs
Power on self-test with LED
Two System Status LEDs (Power
Three hard drive activity LEDs
(HDD1, HDD2, RAID) (RAID LED not supported on BCM450 Rls. 1)
Platform Status Monitor
monitors CPU load, memory load, HDD space, temperature, fans, power, network
BCM Monitor monitors overall
system status, IP telephony functions, utilization of resources, operation
of telephony applications and status of PRI, BRI and IP trunks