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In today’s business environment, communications with customers, partners, and suppliers is critical. Mitel® MiVoice Office 250 simplifies communications, enhancing customer service, employee productivity, and collaboration while reducing overall telephony costs.
MiVoice Office 250 is built on a scalable digital – IP platform that combines the best of both IP and traditional TDM switching architectures. It’s designed to scale and protects your investment with add-on modules and processors – all in a form factor that works for shelf-top, rack-mount, and wall-mount scenarios. Additionally, the communications platform delivers IP networking out of the box with full feature transparency.
MiVoice Office 250 offers businesses a complete suite of outof- the-box business productivity applications, which include Unified Voice Messaging with Automated Attendant, Meet-Me Conferencing, Automatic Call Distribution, Hot Desking, Mobile Twinning, Mobile Hand Off, Teleworking, and Reporting.
  • Unified Voice Messaging with email synchronization
  • Multiply Layer Automated Attendant
  • Desktop phone twinning with up to 9 other devices – mobile phone, teleworker phone, DECT phone, etc.
  • Hot Desking allows users to share phones or temporarily move to other phones and yet maintain their personal identity
  • Enhanced meeting room / boardroom audio conferencing with support for the Mitel MiVoice Conference Unit
  • Remote phone / Teleworking capabilities without the need for VPN or external servers
  • Meet Me and Ad-hoc for up to 20 parties in a single conference and up to 40 simultaneous conference resources for multiple conferences at once
  • Automatic call routing to agents, groups based upon longest idle, balanced call count, and circular and linear distribution
  • Built-in Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server functions for Mitel IP phone deployment and other business needs
  • Collection and reporting of statistical system information with the ability to store it persistently across system shutdowns, resets, and software upgrades
  • Four built in analog station ports
  • Four built-in analog trunk ports
  • Four module bays for internal expansion of TDM-based device capacity that can be used in any combination
  • T-1/E-1/PRI Module can be used to connect to the telephone company, to other phone systems, or to other MiVoice
  • Loop start module provides four analog connections to the phone company*
  • Analog phone module provides four analog phone (ONS) connections
  • Digital phone module provides 16 digital phone connections
  • Built-in paging and music on hold ports
  • Door Relay capability controllable by feature code or key from designated phones
  • Support for the optional Digital Expansion Interface (DEI) for digital and analog phone expansion beyond the core platform capacity
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The TDA50G is a reliable, affordable communication solution that will allow you to use conventional analog and digital phones, or evolve toward newer technologies like IP handsets and SIP trunking. It also provides stateof- the-art in-building wireless and the ability to seamlessly integrate cell phone extensions into the system. It can even be networked with another unit at a branch office.
The TDA50G is a conventional phone system suitable for small businesses. The system can be configured to support up to 48 extensions maximum and has built-in caller ID capability.
This system is ideal for Law Firms, Real Estate Companies, Hotels, Motels, Medical Offices and other small businesses who are looking for an affordable and flexible phone system that will grow as they grow. It provides reliable voice and data communications, voice mail, wireless capability to stay connected to remote and mobile colleagues, and the ability to save money on communication charges with SIP Trunking*.
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