Mission Machines Z-2000 Phone System

Z-2000 IP Server w/ 8 Analog Ports

The powerful Z­2000 VoIP phone system provides users with the coveted features, reliability and flexibility of other costly units at a more competitive price. This hybrid IP server is compatible with any model or brand of desk phone. Therefore, business owners can choose the equipment that best suits their business’ needs or budgets.

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Product Description

Designed for businesses with up to 1000 employees, the easy­to­install Mission Machines’ Z­2000 IP server w/ 8 analog ports comes with more than 80 advanced features. Packed with 160 analog ports and unlimited VoIP channels, the flexible hybrid phone system enables remote offices and telecommuting.

And for those who don’t want to rely solely on VoIP, this telephone system can be used with analog phone lines as well. In fact, the Z­2000 can work with VoIP and analog lines simultaneously.

  • Compatible with any IP phone model and brand.
  • Can use both VoIP lines and analog phone lines.
  • Easy to install.
  • Packed with over 80 advanced features.

  • Analog Phone Support
  • Analog/Digital Ready
  • ANI Routing
  • Announcement Interface
  • Blacklists
  • Blind Transfer
  • Call Detail Record or CDR
  • Call Forward on Busy
  • Call Forward on No Answer
  • Call Monitoring
  • Call Parking
  • Call Pickup
  • Call Queuing
  • Call Recording (Extension)
  • Call Recording (On­the­Fly Recording)
  • Call Return
  • Call Screening
  • Call Whisper
  • Caller ID
  • Caller ID Blocking
  • Caller ID Customization
  • Caller ID on Call Waiting
  • Cell Phone Integration
  • Conference Bridge
  • Conference Rooms
  • Database Integration
  • Database Store/Retrieval
  • Dial by Name Directory
  • Direct Inward Dial Numbers (DIDs)
  • Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
  • DNIS Routing
  • Do Not Disturb
  • E911
  • Interactive Voice Response (IVR) / Auto Attendants
  • Echo Cancellation ­ OSLEC (Open Source Line Echo Cancellation)
  • Extensions (Unlimited)
  • Extension Range Flexibility
  • Extension Groups (a.k.a. Ring Groups)
  • Fax Support
  • Fax to Email
  • Find Me – Follow Me

  • Hot Dial (a.k.a. Ring Down Phone)
  • Inbound Call Description
  • Interactive Directory Listing
  • Least Cost Routing (LCR, a.k.a. Outbound Dial Map)
  • Local and Remote Call Agents
  • Multiple Music on Hold
  • Music on Hold
  • Music on Transfer
  • OSLEC (Open Source Line Echo Cancellation)
  • Outbound Dial Map (a.k.a. Least Cost Routing)
  • Paging (Integrated)
  • Paging (Overhead)
  • PSTN or Digital Failover
  • Remote Call Pickup
  • Remote Office Support
  • Remote Phones
  • Remote Linked Servers
  • Ring Down Phone (a.k.a. Hot Dial)
  • Ring Groups
  • Roaming Extensions (a.k.a. Hot Desking)
  • Route by Caller ID
  • Skills Based Routing
  • Speed Dial Numbers
  • System Diagnostics
  • Talk Detection
  • Three­Way Calling
  • Time and Date
  • Time of Day Routing
  • Transcoding
  • Trunking
  • Unified Messaging
  • User Interface
  • Voicemail Blast Groups
  • Voicemail Boxes (Unlimited)
  • Voicemail Bypass
  • Voicemail Callback
  • Voicemail Web Access
  • Voicemail to E­mail
  • Voicemail Notification via SMS
  • Voicemail Call Out
  • VoIP Compression

  • Use Analog Phone Lines and/or VoIP
  • May be fitted with PRI Card
  • Max Analog Ports: 32
  • Max IP Extensions: 300
  • Unlimited VoIP Channels

Pros

  • No professional installation needed.
  • Users can get their voicemail messages via email on their smart phones.
  • iPhones and Android devices can be used as extensions of the system.
  • Ready for SIP Trunking so users can move to VoIP as they see fit.
  • Remote phones can easily be installed.
  • Compatible with a variety of phones (from basic SIP to specialized phones.)

Cons

  • It can’t be used with more than 160 analog ports.
  • It is not suitable for enterprises with more than 1000 employees.