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9600 Series IP Telephones

Avaya one-X Deskphone is a family of next generation IP telephones that delivers a new and unique communications experience to drive increased productivity.

The Avaya one-X Deskphone family features an intuitive user interface which helps to make users proficient and confident in performing common telephone tasks such as setting up a conference call or completing a transfer. With high quality audio it is much easier to hear and understand other people, which speeds business while reducing fatigue and stress. The Avaya 9600 Series Deskphones are built with future growth and enhancement in mind, with many modular add-ons that can be added as they are needed – protecting investments and leading to improved total cost of ownership. The new telephones also feature a very stylish and professional design including support for customized display screen saver images and custom faceplates with company logos.

The 9620L/9620 C: a member of the Avaya one-X Deskphone Edition family, is specifically designed for the everyday telephone user—those who rely on multiple communications tools such as e-mail and IM, yet still require a high quality and intuitive telephone for voice communications. The 9620L IP Telephone features a high resolution 3.45 inch (9 cm) diagonal monochrome backlit display – while the 9620C features a color display for even better readability. The 9620L/C support up to 12 call appearances / administered feature keys - with three concurrent line appearances visible at any time.
The Avaya 9650/9650C: The Avaya 9650 IP Telephone, a member of the Avaya one-X Deskphone Edition family, is specifically designed for the "navigator" telephone user. Navigators, such as building receptionists and executive admin staff, frequently manage calls for themselves and for groups of people. The 9650 features built-in button module functionality with one-touch access to bridged appearances, speed dials and feature keys. The Avaya 9650 IP Telephone delivers advanced communications capabilities, high definition audio, an integrated WML application interface, and comprehensive one-touch access. This is the ideal solution for receptionists, executive assistants, contact center agents as well as knowledge workers who need quick access to features and call appearances. The 9650 IP Telephone features a 3.8 inch (9.65 cm) diagonal ¼ VGA quality gray-scale pixel-based display with adjustable angle, while the 9650C enhances usability with a color display for even better readability. The 9650 supports up to 24 call appearances / administered feature keys.
The Avaya 9630G/9640/9640G: a member of the Avaya one-X Deskphone Edition family, the 9640 IP Telephone with high resolution color display is specifically designed for the executive telephone user. The 9630G IP Telephone features a native Gigabit switch and a 3.8 inch (9.65 cm) diagonal monochrome backlit display - which has been enhanced with higher resolution (1/4 VGA) compared to other available monochrome telephones from Avaya. The 9640 IP Telephone features a 3.8 inch (9.65 cm) diagonal high resolution color backlit display. The 9640G model has the same functionality as the 9640, and adds native support for Gigabit. The 9630/9640 supports up to 24 call appearances/administered feature keys with six concurrent line appearances visible at any time.

Common to all phones of the 9600 line on IP Office are two access modes to important IP Office features: Features can be assigned to the line/feature key of the telephone for easy and quick one-touch selection of the functionality giving users of other Avaya telephones a consistent user-interface.

In addition the features can be accessed through a menu, allowing quick access to seldom used features or even functionality that is not administered to a key. Similar to menus found on mobile and smartphones, this intuitive, “self-service” access frees the user from limits imposed by the number of keys on a telephone and allows access to the vast functionality of IP Office.

The status indication presents a clear view of important call settings like call forwarding numbers.

Visual Voice gives menu access to the voicemail messages received by a user for quick retrieval of the most critical information.

Personal and centralized directory access makes calling a breeze. A centralized call log allows one-touch call-back of missed calls, and is fully synchronized with other Avaya IP phones or the one-X Portal application.

Full user mobility between different 9600 phones, 1600 phones and 1400 digital phones support hotdesking and user mobility between different phones with access to all the features found on the ‘home’ phone.

Customers are becoming more aware of the need to conserve energy due to costs and environmental considerations. The 9600 series phones have best in class power performance with the 9620L meeting PoE Class 1, and all other models being Class 2, including the Gigabit versions. Over the life of a product the reduced power demand of the 9600 series results in significant cost savings for customers when compared to other competitive offerings that require more power, such as PoE Class 3 devices.

Please note that the 9600 phones are supported on IP Office IP500 and IP500 V2 hardware only!

 

 

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Last Modified: 11/01/2010