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VistaPoint Consoles include a real-time Busy Lamp Field and integration with Cisco UCM, LDAP, ODBC, CSV, Microsoft Exchange(TM), Office 365(TM), Lync, Google Calendar(TM), Cisco Jabber(TM), and InformaCast.
The product allows users to take leverage BroadSoft's enhanced calling features to improve productivity including: using one number for all incoming and outgoing calls, regardless of phone (BroadWorks Anywhere); viewing call history across all devices; connecting easily with colleagues through click-to-call in contact directory; escalating communications from IM, to an audio call, to a video call; monitoring status of a workgroup through BroadWorks' Busy Lamp Field features; and using presence to intelligently interact with peers.
The snom 760 also includes a 16-key programmable busy lamp field and 4 context-sensitive keys complemented by the large, easy to read display.
Supporting between 24 and 96 programmable function keys (PFK's) with the additional Tx 92/24 Expander units, the Allworx 9224 can support up to 96 PFK's and deliver a multitude of call appearances, line appearances, speed dials, busy lamp fields and an array of other functions.
The phone offers advanced functionality such as shared call / bridge line appearance, busy lamp field (BLF), and presence*.
Programmable PFKs that contain multi-color LED status and alerts, and that can be programmed to perform any of the following functions: Busy Lamp Field (BLF), Call Appearance, Call Monitor, Centrex Flash, Day/Night Mode, Headset, Info, Park, Personal Speed Dial, Redial, Line Appearance, Parking Orbit, Queue Appearance, Speed Dial, and Messages.
Each button illuminates the status of the line (idle, ringing, busy, or null) via the busy lamp field (BLF).
Fanstel SIP phones offer many advanced features, such as multiple line appearances, DND, transfer, pick-up, park/unpark, conferencing, intercom, busy lamp field, XML messaging and auto-provisioning, as required in enterprise applications.