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Overview
 
The S8500 Media Server running Communication Manager allows for a distributed enterprise over an IP infrastructure ideal for the mid-size or large business (up to 3200 ports).
 
The S8500 Media Server brings all of the robust performance and rich feature set of Communication Manager Release 2.0 or later release onto an industry standard processor running an industry standard operating system. This processing engine drives the switching fabric of the system. The S8500 Media Server is a Pentium 4 server running Linux operating system. The simplex S8500 Media Server is 1 U high and fits into a 19" four-post data rack.
 
In new system sales, the S8500 Media Server will be sold with the G650 Media Gateway as well as with the G700 and G350 Media Gateways. Customers that are currently on Avaya legacy systems such as the DEFINITY® Server SI, R (Direct Connect only – no Center Stage Switch), CSI and S8100 can easily migrate to the S8500 Media Server and maintain their current Media Gateways (e.g.: CMC, SCC1, MCC1, G600). The S8500 Media Server supports IP Port Network Connectivity for new sales and Direct Connect for SI/R migrations. Center Stage connectivity is not supported on the S8500 Media Server.
 
Business Benefits
 
  • Supports distributed IP in a smaller scale.
  • S8500 as a Local Survivable Processor (LSP) positions the S8500 Media Server as a higher capacity LSP for larger remote sites of a distributed enterprise.
  • Provides Enterprise Survivability, similar to ESS, as it may serve as a "regional" survivable server for multiple H.248 gateways.
  • Includes RAM Disk, which maintains the S8500 Media Server to continue to operate in the event of a disk failure.
 
Features
 
S8500 as a Local Survivable Processor (LSP)
 
New with Avaya Communication Manager 3.1, it is now possible to configure an S8500 as a Local Survivable Processor (LSP).  The S8500 as an LSP positions the S8500 Media Server as a higher capacity LSP for larger remote sites of a distributed enterprise and also provides Enterprise Survivability, similar to ESS, as it may serve as a "regional" survivable server for multiple H.248 gateways.

The S8500 Media Server can act as a higher capacity LSP for larger remote sites of a distributed enterprise and also provides Enterprise Survivability, similar to ESS, as a "regional" survivable server for multiple H.248 gateways.
 
Distributed IP
 
The S8500 Media Server supports distributed IP in a smaller scale.
 
Customers currently on DEFINITY Servers have limited options to distribute their architecture over IP. The S8500 Media Server allows these customers to easily distribute their IP network without forcing them to purchase a larger server.
 
Migrations
 
Provides powerful incentives for existing DEFINITY Server customers to migrate to the S8500.
 
Provides cost effective growth and migration path for existing DEFINITY Servers (R, SI, CSI) and S8100 customers. Enables customers to retain their current Media Gateways and TN circuit packs when migrating to the S8500 Media Server.
 
RAM disk
 
A RAM disk configuration is used for the S8500 Server to support the platform reliability by surviving disk crashes.
 
RAM disk allows the S8500 Media Server to continue to provide call processing for up to 72 hours.
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S8400 Media Server
 
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