- Industry Solutions
- AirTight Networks
- Meru Networks
- Messaging Solutions
Spectralink IP DECT systems (specifically the Spectralink DECT Server 6500 and Spectralink DECT Server 400) deliver excellent feature interoperability with a wide range of IP PBX platforms, providing users with a set of features on their DECT handset which mirrors their desk phones. In most cases, basic telephony features such as making and taking calls, call transfer, call forwarding etc are supported. With some IP PBX platforms, interop includes more advanced features such as caller ID, voice mail message indication and 3-way conference calls. Spectralink’s interoperability matrix lists specific IP PBX platforms that have been tested with Spectralink IP DECT systems and the features that are supported for that specific platform. For other IP PBXs supporting SIP extensions that are not on this list, please contact Wavelink to confirm if interop is possible or to investigate arranging interop testing with a specific platform .
Note: This list is a guide only based on specific models tested with the firmware versions installed at that time. Spectralink does not guarantee interop on different models or firmware versions.
Spectralink IP-DECT Server 400 and 6500: Microsoft Lync 2010 and 2013
The Spectralink DECT Server 6500 and the Spectralink DECT Server 400 are the first multi-cell DECT solutions qualified for Microsoft® Lync™ Server 2010. Add vertical specialised mobility to your Microsoft UC Solution with the Spectralink Butterfly Handset Series and Spectralink 75-, 76-, and 77-Handset Series.
Spectralink IP-DECT Server 400 and 6500: Unified Communications platform 13.2
Avaya DevConnect Program
Spectralink IP-DECT Server 400 and 6500: IP Office 8.1