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Private networks have always been in demand for the organisation with distributed infrastructure or multiple facilities spread across region or country or even continents. Especially for the organisation with mission critical application, these networks are mandatory to ensure they do not have to rely on any external agency or service providers for uninterrupted communication on 24x7x365 basis as far as possible. Railways, electricity boards, banks, Airlines, defence etc. are few such examples.

Earlier voice network used to have their dedicated media & infrastructure but in recent times, many networks are deployed using IP as a backbone as well as earlier network is also being shifted to IP.

Intellicon offers unique and specialised solutions in this space and has vast experience in deploying complex networks.  In a simple form, networking means N number of systems can be connected to form a Telephone System Network which can act as a single, uniform system. It supports the QSig protocol to have feature transparency and uniformity across the network and hence can be formed as Star, Chain or a combination of both.

These networked applications, usually suited for geographically dispersed establishments, large campuses or manufacturing unit with townships, offer uniform or non-uniform numbering plans so that an extension user of one system can directly call the user which is part of other system in the network.

All the normal PBX features and applications such as least cost routing, CLI, call forwarding and call transfer etc. are available throughout the network.

The solution offered by Intellicon supports VOIP interfaces (SIP / H.323), PCM-TDP interfaces like PRI-ISDN or E1-R2 and even yesterday’s technologies such as E&M and TWT. There is a special PLCC interface available required by power distribution companies to transmit voice using power lines. Different media such as wired (copper and fiber), wireless and VSAT are supported.

Key Features

  • Modular design allowing meeting small to large deployment requirements and scalability.
  • Single system for office and networking requirements
  • Transit exchange for PLCC / E1 network /IP networks
  • Alternative route / express route
  • Selective route access to extensions
  • Priority service
  • Remote extension override with authority
  • Redundancy and resiliency over dispersed network