Quick Edition delivers intelligent communications to very
small businesses and small branches of enterprises. SIP-based
peer-to-peer technology means set up and installation is dramatically
With Quick Edition, you
simply plug ready-to-use IP telephones into your local area network
(LAN) and in a few simple steps the system is ready. Quick Edition
is so simple to set up, configure and use, most users can install
and administer the system themselves. In minutes, users have access
to voicemail, conferencing, auto attendant and more.
Because Quick Edition does
not need a server, small businesses and branch offices can now
get the communications capabilities they need without having to
invest in costly centralized hardware.
For small businesses of less than 20
users, Avaya one-X Quick Edition provides a cost effective
way to get access to large enterprise features at a fraction
of the cost:
• Purchasing telephones as needed helps to keep costs
down, scale quickly and easily.
• Easy to install—simply plug the phones into
the LAN and phones automatically find and back up each other.
• Intelligent communications capabilities enhance small
• Low total cost of ownership—with elimination
of centralized servers.
For small branch offices of larger
enterprises, Avaya one-X Quick Edition provides a cost effective
way for IT/Telecom Managers to rapidly deploy head office
functionality in remote sites:
• Quicker onsite installation process—reduces
need for onsite technical support.
• Lower TCO with the elimination of centralized servers
(acquisition, deployment and maintenance).
• Rapid roll out of business productivity features such
as voicemail, conferencing and auto attendant.
Robust feature set
Avaya one-X Quick Edition delivers
the communications features small offices rely on most:
• The basics—Hold, Conference, Transfer, etc.
• Voicemail—20 minutes of voicemail per phone
• Auto attendant capabilities for automatically answering
and routing calls
• Speed dialing
• A call log/history of up to 100 incoming/outgoing
• System and personal directories
• Call forwarding
• Desktop paging
Self contained in the telephone:
Because it does not require a server, all the intelligence
is in the telephones. The telephones use
SIP-based, peer-to-peer to automatically discover each other,
establish a network, assign themselves extension numbers,
build a corporate directory, and perform system configuration.
Eliminating the centralized hardware creates a more reliable
system. Any of the telephones on the Quick Edition network
can act as a backup for each other— no single point
of failure will cause the entire network to fail. Even if
a phone fails, all call-processing functions are preserved.
For example, you can still collect voicemail messages to that
extension and incoming calls will
continue to be forwarded.
Simple system management
Quick Edition telephones, as well as the PSTN gateway, can
be administered via any PC that is connected to the network
(locally or remotely) using a web-based administration interface.
A cost-effective, scalable solution
For offices that need more communications capabilities
such as enhanced customer service functionality
you can move up to larger Avaya solutions like the IP office
Simply keep your phones, change the software, and have the
new gateway installed.