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Have you seen then working in a real environment? I have seen the specifications and have doubts if they would work in a heavy traffic environment.

 

The other question is if the PBX should act as a device registered to a BroadSoft/Sylantro platform. IMHO a combination of BroadSoft/Sylantro as the heavy duty service provider platform and the PBX running on the "edge" (either customer premisis or at least close to the customer) is a interesting combination that solves a lot of problems. This would be quite similar like in the good old days. In that case, the SLA/BLA appearance does not really matter, as the PBX users will have their own appearance anyway.

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Have you seen then working in a real environment? I have seen the specifications and have doubts if they would work in a heavy traffic environment.

 

The other question is if the PBX should act as a device registered to a BroadSoft/Sylantro platform. IMHO a combination of BroadSoft/Sylantro as the heavy duty service provider platform and the PBX running on the "edge" (either customer premisis or at least close to the customer) is a interesting combination that solves a lot of problems. This would be quite similar like in the good old days. In that case, the SLA/BLA appearance does not really matter, as the PBX users will have their own appearance anyway.

 

Reason i asked is because Mitel SIP phones support both of these for key system emulation.

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