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Telefonix credentials include Avaya SME Expert, Avaya Partner in Customer Excellence and Microsoft Small Business Specialist. Besides our experience of the IP Office system with over 2500 installs under our belt, Telefonix Voice & Data also has a unique set of IP Office phone system packages unique to the UK.


IP Office 3600 WiFi Phone Range

The 3645 IP wireless telephone is designed for the industrial environment with its push-to-talk capability eliminating the need for two-way radios appropriate for work groups that are dispersed throughout an environment

Leveraging the reliable technology from SpectraLink, a leader in wireless voice solutions for the workplace, the Avaya IP Wireless Telephone Solution offers a choice of wireless telephones that work on private 802.11b Wireless LANs.

The IP Office 3600 WiFi Phone Range solution allows Avaya IP Telephony customers to securely leverage their wireless network infrastructure for voice communications.

The powerful features of IP Office can delivered to mobile workers throughout the workplace.

The 3600 range currently (dec 2011) have 5 models, ranging from the budget 3616 to the new 3645.

Free WiFi Site Survey

Telefonix Voice & Data do not 3600 Series phone installation unless a thorough and complete site survey has been performed. Unlike other telecoms specialists Telefonix Voice & data does not charge you for this survey and it will not be part of your proposal cost. Most wireless phone audio problems have to do with access point range, positioning and capacity. Performing a site survey can isolate the access point causing these types of problems. If the wireless phone itself is suspected, we will conduct a parallel site survey with a wireless phone that is known to be properly functioning. The following are the most common problems encountered which would be revealed by a thorough site survey. The following are examples of issues that Telefonix have come across and resolved for our customers:

WiFi: In Range/Out of Range Issues

Service will be disrupted if a user moves outside the area covered by the wireless access points. Service is restored if the user moves back within range. If a call drops because a user moves out of range, the wireless phone will recover the call if the user moves back into range within a few seconds.

WiFi: Capacity Issues

In areas of heavy use, the call capacity of a particular access point may be filled. If this happens, the user will hear three chirps from the wireless phone. The user can wait until another user terminates a call, or move within range of another access point and try the call again. If a user is on a call and moves into an area where capacity is full, the system attempts to find another access point. Due to range limitations, this may be the same as moving out of range.

WiFi: Transmission Obstruction Issues

Prior to system installation, the best location for access points for optimum transmission coverage was determined. However, small pockets of obstruction may still be present, or obstructions may be introduced into the facility after system installation. This loss of service can be restored by moving out of the obstructed area, or by adding access points.

Who Needs Wireless Voice?

In-building wireless voice delivers many distinct advantages and benefits for various verticals. It provides a secure means of untethering your workers while keeping key employees available to customers and co-workers. By facilitating communications, in-building wireless voice can increase workforce productivity. In addition, since wireless voice can work with and extend your existing IT infrastructure, it leverages your existing investment. Avaya and Telefonix can help you find specialised vertical solutions, such as:

  • Manufacturing
    • Real-time communication helps eliminate the noise and delay of broadcasted overhead paging.
    • Push-to-talk functionality makes it easy to reach an individual or user group.
    • Text messaging can be integrated with production monitoring equipment, for example, enabling an employee to be automatically alerted when there is a problem.
  • Retail
    • On-floor call boxes allow customers to indicate that they need assistance, sending a text alert to the appropriate staff personís wireless Avaya phone. If there is no response, the system can automatically send out a general alert.
    • Employees can check inventory levels remotely, enabling them to respond rapidly to customer inquiries.
  • Healthcare
    • Avaya wireless telephone systems integrate with healthcare-specific applications, such as telemetry, patient monitoring, and alarm systems.
    • Nurse call integration offers text display of patient, room and call status, call back to patient rooms, forwarding to an alternate caregiver, patient assignment by shift, and more.
    • Depending on your businessís needs, Avaya in-building wireless solutions can be used to create custom applications enabling your organization to work smarter and more efficiently.

3616 WiFi Phone

3616 WiFi phone designed for general office environmentsThe 3616 WiFi phone, designed for general office environments. Now end of sale, replaced by the 3631 WiFi Phone.


3620 WiFi Phone

3620 WiFi phone designed for the healthcare market The 3620 WiFi phone, designed for the healthcare market. Now end of sale, replaced by the 3645 WiFi Phone.


3626 WiFi Phone

The 3626 WiFi phone designed for industrial environments. The 3626 WiFi phone, designed for industrial environments. Now end of sale, replaced by the 3645 WiFi Phone.


3631 WiFi Phone

The 3631 WiFi Phone is a value-priced, general purpose in-building office wireless voice solution The 3631 WiFi phone, a value-priced, general purpose in-building office wireless voice solution with One-X interface


3641 WiFi Phone

The 3641 WiFi phone supports 802.11a Wireless LANs, neccessary when high-densities of wireless voice users must be supportedThe 3641 WiFi phone supports 802.11a Wireless LANs, desirable when high-densities of wireless voice users must be supported.


3645 WiFi Phone

The 3645 IP wireless telephone is designed for the industrial environment with its push-to-talk capability eliminating the need for two-way radios appropriate for work groups that are dispersed throughout an environment. The 3645 WiFi phone The 3645 IP wireless telephone is designed for the industrial environment with its push-to-talk capability.


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