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4.3.3 released to resellers

4.3.3 released to resellers

4.3.3 released to resellers

Here's the new feature scoop on the latest version. It also contains alot of fixes for 4.1.x and 4.2.x.

3Com NBX Networked Telephony Systems Release Notes for R4.3 Page 2
New Features in NBX Release 4.3
New 3Com Basic Telephones
NBX Release 4.3 introduces the 3Com 3101SP and 3101 Basic Telephones. The 3101SP Basic Telephone
(3C10401SPKRA) has a microphone and supports speaker phone operation. The 3101 Basic Telephone
(3C10401A) does not include a microphone and it does not support speaker phone operation. The 3101SP
and 3101 telephones each have 4 programmable Access buttons that are mapped by default as 2 system
appearances, Feature, and Transfer. The telephones support Power over Ethernet (PoE), wideband audio,
and G.729 compression.
New T1 and E1 Cards
The 3C10116D T1 Digital Line Card is a second generation NBX T1 and ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI)
Card. The 3C10165D E1 Digital Line Card is a second generation NBX E1 and ISDN Primary Rate Interface
(PRI) Card. These new digital line cards support the functionality of the previous generation of NBX Digital
Line Cards plus these new extended capabilities:
• On-board Channel Service Unit (CSU) interface — An integrated CSU simplifies installation and
• CSU statistics — You can use the NBX NetSet™ utility to view industry-standard near-end and farend
• Remote Layer 3 operation — Each new Digital Line Card can communicate with its Network Call
Processor over a routed network.
• Support for G.729 compression — You can configure the card to use G.729 audio compression and
silence suppression for bandwidth efficiency.
New Attendant Console
Release 4.3 introduces the 3Com 3105 Attendant Console which supports up to 100 station appearances
using 50 Access buttons and 4 Feature buttons. The 3105 Attendant Console supports Power over Ethernet
and 10/100 connectivity.
Support for G.729A/B
Release 4.3 introduces a new voice codec to the existing codec set. G.729, an ITU standard, employs a
sophisticated compression technique that compresses the audio information to 8kbit/sec. G.729A defines a
method of compressing audio information. G.729 Appendix B (G.729B) defines a method of handling silence
New LabelMaker Utility
Release 4.3 introduces a new format for the NBX LabelMaker. This new LabelMaker, a Windows .exe file that
you can download through the NBX NetSet utility, allows users and administrators to create labels for any
3Com Telephone or Attendant Console and then save the labels to a file.


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