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 Intro
Your Bridge to the VoIP, Mobile, ISDN and POTS Networks

Different telecom networks offer advantages in different aspects. Today’s businesses expect the specific benefits from each of these networks. The VoIP, GSM/CDMA, ISDN and POTS are four such omni-present networks. It is common for today’s businesses to have access to these networks from various telecom service providers. If only the users can reach these networks transparently for wider connectivity and lower telephony costs!

However, it is not easy to interface these networks with the existing PBXs. Most of the PBXs were not designed to interface with these modern networks. Of course, one can replace the entire PBX with its accessories and install a new-generation equipment. But, this is a very costly solution.

Presenting Matrix Eternity – the Universal Telephony Gateway. Matrix Eternity is a universal gateway equipment offering integrated interfaces for VoIP, GSM/CDMA, ISDN BRI/PRI, T1/E1 and POTS networks. It can be used with any brand of existing PBXs or even in a stand-alone mode. The Eternity allows the users to make and receive calls on all the networks transparently. It supports flexible and intelligent Least Cost Routing (LCR) options providing significant cost savings and round-the-clock connectivity. This allows them to dynamically select one of the networks on per-call basis for obvious benefits of reach, cost and quality of service (QoS).

Eternity Universal Gateway is an ideal solution for application such as:

a) GSM Gateway
b) GSM ISDN Gateway
c) GSM BRI Gateway
d) GSM PRI Gateway
e) GSM T1/E1 Gateway
f) GSM PSTN Gateway
g) GSM POTS Gateway
h) GSM FXS Gateway
i) GSM FXO Gateway
j) GSM Channel Bank

Let Matrix Eternity add a competitive edge to your business by providing connectivity to the modern telecom networks and reducing your telephony costs!

Matrix Eternity is an integrated, flexible gateway to interface with any traditional analog or new-generation digital and wireless telecom networks. They include traditional analog interfaces like FXS, FXO, E&M and Magneto. Digital networks like T1/E1, ISDN BRI and ISDN PRI are also supported. Further, GSM, CDMA and VoIP networks are supported.

Flexibility and scalability are key strengths of the Matrix Eternity. Its open architecture with universal slots allows inserting any interface card in any of the slots available. This flexibility facilitates “all-in-one” gateway. There is no need of having multiple gateway equipment for various interfaces. Not only that, the Eternity can be configured to serve the exact traffic requirements by combination of cards tailored for only required number of ports. The configuration can be changed any time to keep pace with the changing needs of the organization to tackle the problems of congestion and under-utilization effectively.

Eternity supports universal routing thus allowing routing a VoIP call on to GSM/CDMA or T1/E1/PRI. Similarly, a call from T1/E1/PRI can be routed either on VoIP, GSM/CDMA or POTS ports. Fixed or Least Cost Routing can be selected to decide route for an outgoing call. It can handle calls on all the ports simultaneously allowing full traffic on all the ports.

Existing PBX users can avail the low-tariff of VoIP or GSM/CDMA networks by connecting Matrix Eternity with the PBX without changing their existing infrastructure. The users continue to make and receive calls without worrying on which network their calls are routed. Matrix Eternity routes the calls either on VoIP, GSM/CDMA, ISDN or POTS network depending on the destination numbers dialed by the users. In addition, Eternity can also be used without a PBX in stand-alone mode by connecting T1/E1/PRI ports directly with the ISDN network or T1/E1 network.

Intelligent and flexible routing is the forte of the Matrix Eternity. Various Least Cost Routing (LCR) schemes are offered. The elaborate routing algorithm encompasses different attributes like Port, Calling Number, Called Number and Time. It selects the most cost-effective route for a given number at specifies time. In addition, it allows the flexibility of reserving ports for important users. Numbers received from calling network are converted by Automatic Number Translation (ANT) to match with the destination network.

Matrix Eternity is very easy to install and operate. Universal slots architecture allows using the VoIP, GSM/CDMA and T1/E1/PRI cards in the exactly required quantity. Built-in web-server allows the system engineer to configure various parameters locally or remotely using any Internet browser. Antenna mixer (4 to 1) is built-in each GSM/CDMA Card and hence only one or two antennae are required per card.

  Eternity GE Eternity ME
 
3S 6S 12S 10S 16S
5.6" 5.6" 5.6" 13" 13"
3 6 12 10 16
48 96 192 324 516
Height
Universal Slots
Max. Ports

Use Existing PBX Infrastructure
Matrix Eternity works as an adjunct to your existing telephony infrastructure. There is no need to replace any equipment like PBX, Operator Consoles, Key Phones, Standard Phones, Wiring and Power Supply. This not only saves lot of equipment cost, but also saves time and efforts required for re-training.

Universal Connectivity
Today, VoIP, GSM, ISDN and POTS (Plain Old Telecom System) are omni-present telecom networks. It is vital for any modern enterprise to link its telecom infrastructure with these networks for the twin benefits – Connectivity and Cost. Matrix Eternity is this link between your existing PBX and these networks ensuring right connectivity for each and every call. Matrix Eternity brings all these networks to every desk of your organization.

Transparent Operation
Matrix Eternity internally manages different protocols required to interface with different telecom networks and provides a consistent interface to all its users. When connected with any existing PBX, the Eternity remains completely transparent to the users and allows them to make and receives calls and also use PBX features as previously. Least Cost Routing (LCR) algorithm to select the most appropriate network for a given call also works transparently.

Reduced Telephony Cost
The most tangible benefit of Matrix Eternity is the significant reduction in the telephony cost. There are many opportunities for savings without compromising the quality of connection. Closed User Group (CUG) is one such case where mobile companies allow free calling amongst a group of specified users. One of the CUG SIM/RUIM Card can be inserted in the Matrix Eternity allowing all the PBX users to make and receive free calls to their colleagues who are not in the office – traveling, at home, on vacation, at plant or at a customer site.

International Calling is another big opportunity for saving hard-earned money. VoIP calling provided by Internet Telephony Services Provider (ITSP) is much cheaper when compared with regular fixed and mobile lines. Matrix Eternity offers VoIP connectivity with multiple ITSP servers giving flexibility of using separate ITSP for each country/region like USA, Europe, etc.

VoIP can also be used to provide free calling between different locations of a company – head office, branch offices, factories, warehouses, etc.

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 Applicatio nDiagram
Eternity-The Universal Gateway
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 Key Features

Allowed and Denied Lists
Allowed and Denied Lists are used to restrict dialing of long-distance and international numbers. A number is blocked if its prefix matches any entry in the Denied Lists. On the other hand, a number is allowed to go through if it matched with any entry of Allowed List. This provides flexibility of allowing only specific numbers while blocking all others.

Automatic Call Distribution
Eternity offers different schemes to select destination port for an incoming call. They are First Free and Round Robin.

Automatic Number Translation
The Eternity modifies the dialed number or part thereof so that it matches with the numbering plan that is understood by destination networks like PSTN, GSM/CDMA and VoIP. For example in the case of VoIP network, if a user dials the number (223344) to call www.abc.com, the Eternity adds appropriate access code (*777) specified by the ITSP and dials out the number - *777223344 instead of 223344. And in the case of GSM/CDMA, when a caller dials just the local number, the Eternity adds country-area codes as appropriate prefix.

Call Accounting System (CAS) Interface
Matrix Eternity offers interface for most types of Call Accounting System protocols available world-wide. This helps in easy integration of the third party call accounting software with the Matrix Eternity.

Call Detail Recording (CDR) - Outgoing
Eternity stores all the outgoing calls made in its internal memory. Various reports can be generated on the COM port using filters like Port, Number, Date, Time, Duration of the Call, etc. Online dumping of the call records is also supported.

Call Detail Recording (CDR) - Incoming
All the incoming calls are remembered by the Eternity in its memory. Details like Port, Date, Time, Caller Number, Answer Time and Call Duration are stored in the database. Various reports can be generated on the COM port using filters like Port, Number, Date, Time, Duration of the Call, etc. Online dumping of the call records is also supported.

Call Maturity
The call maturity information received on the outgoing destination port is transmitted to the source port to prevent hanging of the port.

Call Duration Control (CDC)
Duration of each call made through Matrix Eternity can be controlled. When the duration of a call exceeds the set time limit, the call is forcefully disconnected. Different time limits can be set on each port.

Caller Line Identification Presentation (CLIP)
Matrix Eternity supports CLIP on ISDN and GSM/CDMA ports.

Call Progress Tones
Call Progress Tones like Dial Tone, Ring Back Tone and Busy Tone, Alert Tone can be selected to match with the tones used in the region or the country where Matrix Eternity is installed.

CLI Based Routing
Matrix Eternity can route the call based on the calling party number. This allows routing certain callers to specific ports directly without intervention of the operator.

Compact and Sturdy
Matrix Eternity is all-integrated gateway equipment. The 19” rack type design is easy to maintain and occupies lesser space.

Conference Bridge
The built-in conference bridge allows callers to dial-in a live conference at a scheduled time just by dialing a code. Multiple simultaneous conferences are supported each having multiple participants with the upper cap of 15 participants.

Day Light Saving
The Real Time Clock (RTC) of the Eternity moves forward or backward automatically in tune with the Day Light Saving requirements of the country.

Direct Dial-In (DDI) Routing
Eternity can be programmed intelligently for DDI Routing feature which makes it possible to route the call to desired station directly. The functionality of this routing logic should be supported by PBX.

Distributed Processing Architecture
Matrix Eternity deploys multi-processor architecture, wherein each card has its own dedicated micro-controller, code and data memories. The local processor is responsible for processing of commands and generating events for the Master. The Master processor is a 32-bit RISC processor and controls all the slave cards. This technology enhances flexibility and reliability.

Emergency Number Dialing
This feature allows user to make the emergency number using GSM/CDMA and T1/E1/PRI TE port. The four emergency numbers of maximum of 24 digits can be stored in Eternity.

Fax over IP (FoIP)
The Matrix Eternity user can send and receive the Fax over SIP trunk. The Eternity supports FoIP using T.38 Vocoder and Pass Through technology.

Fixed Number Dialing#
Pre-configured number can be dialed out as soon as a call lands on a port. This allows point-to-point connectivity without the repeated need of dialing the same number.

Flexible Configurations
The Eternity can be configured to meet the exact port and traffic requirements preventing fixed overheads. Modular system design gives you flexibility to expand the system capacity at any given point of time. System’s capacity can be enhanced by just placing the required card in the system. Multiple cards of the same type can be used simultaneously giving flexibility in all directions.

Hot Swap (Optional)
This is very important hardware feature of Matrix Eternity ME. Any cards can be plugged-in or plugged-out (Swap) during the system ON condition, without disturbing the functioning of the system. This feature is not supported by Eternity GE.

International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) Number
International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number provided on Eternity GSM engine is a unique 15 digit code to identify an individual GSM port. This number can be used to associate the GSM port with a particular GSM network.

Jeeves - Web Based Programming Tool
The Eternity supports built-in web server for system configuration locally in LAN or remotely through WAN or Internet. Web browsers like Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox can be used to log in to the Eternity and open and modify the system configuration pages.

Least Cost Routing
The Eternity selects a port that is offering the least cost for an outgoing call. It supports different LCR algorithms when call is originated from GSM/CDMA port, T1/E1/PRI port or SIP Account. Different routing options like CLI Based, Fixed, All Calls, Dialed Number Based Routing and Called Number Based are provided to select the most cost-effective route.

Modular Architecture

Network Selection
Each GSM/CDMA port can be programmed to work only with a few selected networks preventing a GSM/CDMA port from registering with an overlapping but costly network. This flexibility is very useful when Matrix Eternity is installed near a state or national border.

Peer-to-Peer Calling
Eternity can make and receive calls from other VoIP users without any Registrar or Proxy servers. Numbers and IP addresses can be assigned to the other VoIP users to provide direct access across the network. Organizations having multiple locations like branch offices and factories can use this features to provide direct dialing between these end-points.

Port Status
Matrix Eternity monitors availability of all the ports continuously. If a port is not available for any reason, Eternity routes the call on the next best-fit port.

QSIG
Networking of multiple Eternity and PBX is possible over T1/E1/PRI links. QSIG facilitates value added features like Call Transfer, Call Forward, Call Back, etc. over this link.

Redundancy (Optional)
The Eternity offers redundancy for its all important functional blocks - Control, Switching and Power. It supports duplication of the Master Card, the Switch Card and the PS48V Card. For any failure on the Power Card and the Switch Card, the stand-by card takes over smoothly. Whereas, if the Master Card fails, the stand-by Master Card takes over automatically but the system restarts. Redundancy is offered only in Eternity ME10SDC.

Remote Programming
It is possible to change the configuration of the Matrix Eternity from anywhere in the world. The only things the system engineer need is access to Internet and password.

SIM PIN
Eternity allows user to program 8 digits PIN number (Personal Identification Number) which prevents the SIM against unauthorized use. User has to enter PIN for making any operations. User can change the SIM PIN as and when required. SIM gets blocked if PIN is entered wrongly thrice in a row.

SIM PUK
PUK (Personal Unlock Key) number provided by service provider can be read by Eternity. It is an 8-digit number which is assigned to the SIM card. PUK is required to unlock the SIM which gets blocked on entering SIM PIN wrongly thrice in a row.

SIP Accounts (Trunks)
The Eternity allows maximum of 32 SIP Accounts of multiple service providers or all from a single service provider. Each SIP trunk can be programmed for either making outgoing calls, receiving incoming calls or both. Various allocation methods like First Free, Round Robin are supported to select the most appropriate SIP ITSP for a given call.

Speech Gain Setting
Matrix Eternity allows user to set Receive and Transmit gain on GSM/CDMA port to improve quality of speech.

System Activity Log
Eternity maintains a complete system activity log. User can find out when a particular card was removed from the system or even when a particular port was not detected by the software of the system.

System Fault Log
Eternity possesses a functionality of watch dog, where by it keeps maintaining a log of all faults occurring in system. Various faulty events like Card Absent, RTC Failure, T1/E1/PRI Signal Loss, etc. are registered in the fault log. A very helpful feature for system engineer to identify the faulty condition and to take appropriate preventive actions against such errors.

Time Tables
The system can work differently depending upon the time of the day. It allows flexible programming for four time zones. Thus long distance dialing access may be denied to certain stations within specified duration of time or trunk calls may directly reach security office after the office shuts down or a specific message is played on a holiday.

Time Zones
Call routing can adapt to different routing needs during day time, lunch time and night hours. Four different time zones can be programmed and each port can be programmed to behave differently in each time zone.

Universal Routing#
The Eternity supports port-agnostic routing. A call received on a GSM/CDMA port or SIP Account, can be routed on any channel of a T1/E1/PRI NT port, T1/E1/PRI TE or even another GSM/CDMA port. Similarly, a call received on any channel of T1/E1/PRI NT port can be placed on a GSM/CDMA port, any SIP trunk, any channel of T1/E1/PRI TE port or even another channel of T1/E1/PRI NT port.

Universal Slots
All the expansion slots of Matrix Eternity are universal in nature. Any card can be inserted in any slot and the system will configure it automatically. This scheme eliminates configuration bottle-necks because any slot can be used for VoIP, GSM/CDMA, T1/E1/PRI, BRI or POTS and thus allowing completely flexible configuration.

Voice Greetings and Prompts
Matrix Eternity offers voice greetings and guidance to the users at various call phases. Maximum five calls can be given voice prompts simultaneously.

Voice Mail System Card
Matrix Eternity offers an option of integrated, “in-skin” voice mail. Voice Mail card can manage 16 simultaneous calls. It has capacity of 512 mailboxes with adequate storage capacity. The Voice Mail card can be inserted in any of the universal slots offering all voice mail features that can boost productivity of any organization.

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 Featured List
Software Features List Hardware Features List
Allowed and Denied Lists
Automatic Call Distribution
Automatic Number Translation
Call Detail Recording (CDR)
Call Maturity
Call Duration Control (CDC)
Caller Line Identification Presentation (CLIP)
Call Progress Tones
CLI Based Routing
Day Light Saving
Direct Dial-In (DDI) Routing
Distributed Processing Architecture
Emergency Number Dialing
Fax over IP – T.38 and Pass-Through
Fixed Number Dialing
High Density Switching
International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) Number
Jeeves - Web Based Programming Tool
Least Cost Routing
Modular Architecture
Network Selection
Peer-to-Peer Calling
Phone Book (Number Lists)
Port Status
QSIG
Redundancy (Optional)
Remote Programming
SIM PIN
SIM PUK
SIP Accounts
Speech Gain Setting
System Activity Log
System Fault Log
Time Tables
Time Zones
Universal Routing#
Voice Prompts
Voice Mail
19” Sub-Rack (Eternity ME10S and GE12S)
Compact and Sturdy Design
Distributed Processing Architecture
GSM/CDMA Quad-band Operation
Hot Swap (Optional)
Modular Architecture
Printer Port (Eternity ME)
Real Time Clock (RTC)
Redundancy (Optional in Eternity ME10SDC)
RS232C COMM Ports
USB Port
Universal Slots Architecture
Wall and Table-Top Mounting

19” Sub-Rack (Eternity ME10S and GE12S)
Compact and Sturdy Design
Distributed Processing Architecture
GSM/CDMA Quad-band Operation
Hot Swap (Optional)
Modular Architecture
Printer Port (Eternity ME)
Real Time Clock (RTC)
Redundancy (Optional in Eternity ME10SDC)
RS232C COMM Ports
USB Port
Universal Slots Architecture
Wall and Table-Top Mounting

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Technical Specifications
FXO (CO Lines) Port
Off Hook Line Impedance : 600
Loop Limit : 1500
Pulse Dialing : 10PPS +/- 5%, Make/Break=33:67
DTMF Dialing and Reception : As per ITU-T Q.23 & Q.24
CLI Reception : DTMF, FSK ITU-T V.23 and FSK Bellcore 212
Call Maturity : Delay, Polarity Reversal,12 kHz or 16 kHz SPM
Protection : Solid State (Over Voltage and Over Current) built-in Secondary Protection
Connections : Amphenol 36-Way Connector (20-PairCable, 0.5 mm/0.019")
FXS (Stations Lines) Port
Loop Limit : 1200 Ω Max. (Excluding Telephone)
Loop Current : 39 mA (Max.)
Ring Voltage : 60 Vrms@25 Hz
Off Hook Line Impedance : 600 Ω
Pulse Detection : 10 PPS +/- 5%, Make/Break = 33:67
DTMF Detection : As per ITU-T Q.24
CLI Presentation : DTMF, FSK ITU-T V.23 and FSK Bellcore 202
Protection : Solid State (Over Voltage and Over Current) Built-in Secondary Protection
Connections : Amphenol 36-way Connector (20-pair Cable, 0.5 mm/0.019")
Digital Key Phone (DKP) Port
Interfaces : Single Pair for Speech, Signaling and Power
Channels : 2B+D
Signaling : Proprietary Protocol
Loop Limit : 150O (Eon45), 100O (Eon42)
Protection : Solid State (Over Voltage and Over Current) built-in Secondary Protection
BRI Trunks
Channels : 2B+D
Personality : Network (NT) and Terminal (TE)
Signaling : Euro ISDN ETSI NET3, ITU-T Q.921, Q.931, US National ISDN-1, German 1TR6, France Vnx, Australian TS- 013, TS-031
Country Variants : Europe, USA, Germany, France, UK, China Australia, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore
Protection : Solid State (Over Voltage and Over Current) Built-in Secondary Protection
Supplementary Services* : Euro ISDN, US Nation ISDN
PRI Trunks
Channels : 23B+D and 30B+D
Personality : Network (NT)* and Terminal (TE)
Signaling : Euro ISDN ETSI DSS1 CTR4 (NET5), ITU-T Q.921, Q.931, US National ISDN-2, German 1TR6, France VNx, Australian
Country Variants : Europe, USA, Germany, France, UK, China Australia, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore
Protection : Solid State (Over Voltage and Over Current) Built-in Secondary Protection
Supplementary Services* : Euro ISDN, US Nation ISDN
T1 RBS
Bit Rate : 1544 kbps +/- 50 ppm
Line Coding : AMI and B8ZS
Signaling : Using ABCD Signaling includes EIA-464 B/ E&M, Wink Start, FXS Ground Start, FXS Loop Start, FXO, DTMF, MF-R1
Alarms : ANSI T1.231
Performance : ANSI T1.403, ANSI T1.231, AT&T TR54016
Connection : RJ48 (120Ω)
Protection : Solid State (Over Voltage and Over Current) built-in Secondary Protection
GSM Trunks
GSM Band (MHz) : Quad-band: GSM850, EGSM900, DCS1800, PCS1900
Compliant : ETSI GSM Phase2/2+
SIM Card : One SIM per GSM Port
SIM Interface : 1.8V, 3V
Transmission Power : Class 4 (2W) at GSM850 MHz and EGSM900 MHz band Class 1 (1W) at DCS1800 MHz and PCS1900 MHz band
RF Sensitivity : Better than -106dBm
Protocol : At Command Interface
External Antenna : One Antenna per 4 GSM Ports, 3.0 dBi, SMA (Male), 50 Omni Directional with Cable of 3 Meters Length
E&M Trunks
Type : Type IV and Type V
Signaling : Pulse 10 PPS, Pulse 20 PPS and DTMF
Signaling Protocol : Normal, Delay, Wink, CCS Signals
Speech Interface : 2-Wire and 4-Wire
VoIP Gateway
VoIP Protocols : SIP v2, SDP, RTP, RFC 2833
Network Protocol : IPv4, TCP, UDP, DHCP, STUN
SIP : Maximum 32 SIP Accounts per System, Out Bound Proxy Support, Display Name, User Name, Password, URL, Proxy URL, Register URL, Register Interval
NAT/Firewall Support : PPPoE
Voice Codecs : G.711 (A-Law, µ-Law), G.723, G.729AB, GSM-FR, iLBC
Line Echo Cancellation : G.168 with 64/128ms Tail Length
Call Progress Tones : Dial Tone, Ring Back Tone,Busy Tone, Error Tone
Voice : Dynamic Jitter Buffer (Adaptive), Comfort Noise Generation and Voice Activity Detection
Fax : T.38 and Pass Through
Data Network : T.38 and Pass Through
Quality of Service : Layer 3 DIFFServ and TOS
LED Indications : 1-LED for System Status and 1-LED for Registrar Status
Additional Ports
Analog Input Port : 0.7 Vrms, Isolated, Push-Type Connector
Analog Output Port : 0.7 Vrms, Isolated, Push-Type Connector
Digital Input Port : Loop Sensing-Open/Close, 5 mA, Push-Type Connector
Digital Output Port : VDC Max = 60 V DC, IDC Max = 0.15 A, Push-Type Connector
Type of Switching : PCM/TDM, Digital Switching (100% Non-blocking)
Type of Control : Distributed Processing Architecture
Transmission Parameter (Between FXS -FXO)
Return Loss : Better than 20 dB
Insertion Loss : <1 dB
Inter-channel cross-talk : < -65 dBm
Idle channel noise : < -65 dBmOp
Longitudinal Balance : Better than 40 dB
Power Supply
Input : Option 1 (Mains): 90-265 VAC, 47-63 Hz
Option 2 (DC): -48 VDC +/- 20%
Power Consumption (Typical)
Eternity GE3S : 25W
Eternity GE6S : 30W
Eternity GE12S : 50W
Eternity ME10S : 70W
Eternity ME16S : 100W
Mechanical
Dimensions (W x H x D)    
Eternity GE3S : 14x17.8x24.4 Cms (5.5”x7”x9.6”)
Eternity GE6S : 26.0x14.2x24.4 cm (10.2"x5.6"x9.6")
Eternity GE12S : 48.0x14.2x24.4 cm (19.0"x5.6"x9.6")
Eternity ME10S : 48.2 x 33.0 x 29.9 cm (19.0” x 12.9” x 11.7”)
Eternity ME16S : 52.3 x 33.0 x 29.9 cm (20.5” x 12.9” x 11.7”)
     
Unit Weight    
Eternity GE3S : 1.5 kg
Eternity GE6S : 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs)
Eternity GE12S : 6.5 kg (14.3 lbs)
Eternity ME10S : 8.3 kg (18.3 lbs)
Eternity ME16S : 10.5 kg (23.1lbs)
     
Shipping Weight    
Eternity GE3S : 4.5 kg
Eternity GE6S : 6.5 kg (14.3 lbs)
Eternity GE12S : 9.5 kg (20.9 lbs)
Eternity ME10S : 12.3 kg (27.1 lb)
Eternity ME16S : 15.0 kg (33.0 lb)
     
Installation    
Eternity GE3S : Wall Mount, Table Top
Eternity GE6S : Wall Mount, Table Top
Eternity GE12S : Wall Mount, Table Top, 19" Rack (Optional)
Eternity ME10S : Wall Mount, Table Top, 19” Rack (Optional)
Eternity ME16S : Wall Mount, Table Top
Environmental
Operating Temperature : -10°C to +50°C (-14°F to +122°F)
Storage Temperature : -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)
Operating Humidity : 5-95% RH, Non-Condensing
Storage Humidity : 0-95% RH, Non-Condensing
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 System Resources
System Resources System Resources Maximum Capacity
    GE3S GE6S GE12S ME10S ME16S
Universal Slots The Maximum Physical Card Slots 3 6 12 10 16
Total Time Slots The Maximum Time Slots 96 192 320 384+8* 512+8*
Total Slots The Maximum Physical Ports Available 48 96 192 324 516
             
* 8 Time Slots are Reserved for 4 Built-in DKP Ports Optional Interfaces
Optional Interfaces
System Resources Description Time Slot Consumption Maximum Ports
      GE3S GE6S GE12S ME10S ME16S
SLT Ports To Connect Single Line Telephones 1 48 96 192 320 512
DKP/DSS Ports To Connect Proprietary Digital Key Phones or DSS Consoles 2 24 48 96 120 128
TRK Ports To Connect Two wire CO Lines 1 12 24 48 80 128
E&M Ports To Connect E&M Network 1 12 24 48 80 128
GSM Ports To Connect to GSM Network 1 12 24 32 16 16
Magneto Trunk Ports To Connect Magneto Phones 1 12 24 48 80 128
BRI Ports To Connect to ISDN BRI Network or ISDN Compatible Devices 2 12 24 24 32 32
T1E1PRI Ports To Connect to T1 or E1 or PRI Network or Compatible Devices 32 3 6 8 8 8
VoIP Ports To Make VoIP (SIP) Calls using Internet or Intranet 1 24 48 96 80 128
Voice Mail System To configure as Voice Mail System 16 1 1 1 1 1
Built-In Interfaces
System Resources Description GE3S GE6S GE12S ME10S ME16S
DKP/DSS Ports To Connect Proprietary Digital Key Phones or DSS Consoles - - - 4 4
RS232C Ports To connect to a Computer for SMDR Output 1 1 1 2 2
Parallel Printer Ports To connect to a Parallel Printer - - - 1 1
Analog Input Ports To connect External Music Devices 1 1 1 1 1
Analog Output Ports To connect to a Public Addressing System 1 1 1 1 1
Digital Input Ports To connect to Sensors or Panic Switch 1 1 1 1 1
Digital Output Ports To connect to External Devices like Door Lock or Relay Ports 1 1 1 1 1
Ethernet Ports To access Web based programming tool "Jeeves" 1 1 1 1 1
USB Ports Reserved for Future Application 1 1 1 1 1
Voice Modules To configure as Auto Attendant and/or for Recording Voice messages to be used in other Voice based applications 8 8 8 16 16
Conference Maximum No of Simultaneous 3-part Conference 5 5 5 7 7
Redundancy To provide Redundancy in case of Primary Hardware failure NA NA NA Available for
Master Card,
Switch Card &
PS48VDC
NA
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 Expansion Cards
 
Eternity GE Series
Card Name Applications
SLT16
SLT8
DKP8
DKP4
DKP4+SLT12
DKP2+SLT6
TRK4+SLT4
TRK2+SLT14
BRI4
BRI2
T1E1PRI SINGLE
E&M4
GSM4
GSM2
VoIP
VMS
16 SLT Ports Card to connect 16 Single Line Telephones
8 SLT Ports Card to connect 8 Single Line Telephones
8 DKP Ports Card to connect 8 Digital Key Phones
4 DKP Ports Card to connect 4 Digital Key Phones
4 DKP Ports and 12 SLT Ports Card to connect 4 Digital Key Phones or DSS Console and 12 Single Line Telephones
2 DKP Ports and 6 SLT Ports Card to connect 2 Digital Key Phones or DSS Consoles and 6 Single Line Telephones
4 TRK Ports and 4 SLT Ports Card to Connect 4 Two Wire CO Lines and 4 Single Line Telephones
2 TRK Ports and 14 SLT Ports Card to Connect 2 Two Wire CO Lines and 14 Single Line Telephones
4 BRI Ports Card to connect 4 ISDN BRI lines or ISDN Compatible Devices
2 BRI Ports Card to connect 2 ISDN BRI lines or ISDN Compatible Devices
Single Port T1/E1/PRI Card to connect 1 T1/E1/PRI line or T1/E1/PRI Compatible Device
4 Port E&M Card to connect to 4 E&M Lines
4 Port GSM Card to insert 4 GSM SIM Cards for GSM Network Connectivity
2 Port GSM Card to insert 2 GSM SIM Cards for GSM Network Connectivity
VoIP Card to connect to IP Network for Making VoIP calls. Support 8 VoIP (SIP) Channels per Card
16 Port Voice Mail Server with 512 Mail Boxes to give Voice Mail Box facility to PBX users.
 
Eternity ME Series
Card Name Applications
SLT32
SLT16
SLT8
DKP16
DKP8
TRK8
TRK8+SLT24
TRK4+SLT12
BRI8
BRI4
T1E1PRI SINGLE
T1E1PRI DUAL
E&M8
E&M4
MAGNETO 8
GSM8
GSM4
VoIP
VMS
32 SLT Ports Card to connect 32 Single Line Telephones
16 SLT Ports Card to connect 16 Single Line Telephones
8 SLT Ports Card to connect 8 Single Line Telephones
16 DKP Ports Card to connect 16 Digital Key Phones
8 DKP Ports Card to connect 8 Digital Key Phones
8 TRK Ports Card to connect 8 Two Wire CO Lines
8 TRK Ports and 24 SLT Ports Card to Connect 8 Two Wire CO Lines and 24 Single Line Telephones
4 TRK Ports and 12 SLT Ports Card to Connect 4 Two Wire CO Lines and 12 Single Line Telephones
8 BRI Ports Card to connect 8 ISDN BRI lines or ISDN Compatible Devices
4 BRI Ports Card to connect 4 ISDN BRI lines or ISDN Compatible Devices.
Single Port T1/E1/PRI Card to connect 1 T1/E1/PRI line or T1/E1/PRI Compatible Device
Dual Port T1/E1/PRI Card to connect 2 T1/E1/PRI lines or T1/E1/PRI Compatible Devices
8 Port E&M Card to connect to 8 E&M Lines
4 Port E&M Card to connect to 4 E&M Lines
8 Port Magneto Card to connect 8 Magneto Phones
8 Port GSM Card to insert 8 GSM SIM Cards for GSM Network Connectivity
4 Port GSM Card to insert 4 GSM SIM Cards for GSM Network Connectivity
VoIP Card to connect to IP Network for Making VoIP calls. Support 8 VoIP (SIP) Channels per Card
16 Port Voice Mail Server with 512 Mail Boxes to give Voice Mail Box facility to PBX users.
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 Product Range -GSM
Eternity GE3S : GSM-ISDN-VoIP Gateway up to 48 Ports
Eternity GE6S : GSM-ISDN-VoIP Gateway up to 96 Ports
Eternity GE12S : GSM-ISDN-VoIP Gateway up to 192 Ports
Eternity ME10S : GSM-ISDN-VoIP Gateway up to 324 Ports
Eternity ME16S : GSM-ISDN-VoIP Gateway up to 516 Ports
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