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Avaya 9630

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Avaya 9630 Business Phone

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The Avaya 9630 has several LED buttons throughout the front of the phone. Six LED line appearance buttons on the side of the display provide explicit status of different line appearances and administered features, while LEDs built into several buttons on the phone such as Mute, Message, and Headset provide an intuitive and simple experience for the everyday end user.

 

Avaya 9630

The Avaya 9630 IP Telephone features a 3.8 inch (9.65 cm) diagonal monochrome backlit display which has been enhanced with higher resolution (1/4 VGA) versus other available monochrome telephones from Avaya. The 9630 supports up to 24 call appearances / administered feature keys with six concurrent line appearances visible at any time.

The 9630 has several LED buttons throughout the front of the phone. Six LED line appearance buttons on the side of the display provide explicit status of different line appearances and administered features, while LEDs built into several buttons on the phone such as Mute, Message, and Headset provide an intuitive and simple experience for the everyday end user.

The user interface on the 9630 is helpful and intuitive. Completing call transfers and setting up ad hoc conference calls can be executed with confidence. The 9630 has a dedicated Call Forward / Mobility button which provides direct access to Communication Manager Mobility features. Extension to Cellular and Extend Current Call are examples of features critical to the essential user.

Available via free firmware download, the 9630 and 9630G support SIP telephony features along with additional SIP enhancements – including display of telephone “presence” of other users from the phone contact list, integration with MS Outlook calendar appointments, changeable display skins. SIP on the 9630/30G includes enhanced security including support for SRTP and TLS.

The 9630 supports a 24 button expansion module. This provides the essential user with additional call appearances, bridged appearances and administered feature keys including speed dials.