Cisco BroadWorks is a carrier-grade software platform for optimized performance and scale. BroadWorks is hosted by service providers to deploy cloud calling from a common network platform over any type of network architecture.
Deployed at the network core, Cisco BroadWorks provides features through multiple architectures, including Softswitch, Class 5, and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS). It provides unmatched interoperability, back office capabilities, redundancy, and scalability.
Cisco BroadWorks operates entirely on open standards, including session initiation protocol (SIP) for interoperability with the broadest array of network, access, and back office equipment.
Cisco BroadWorks operates on NEBS-compliant, Sun/Solaris and IBM/Linux hardware. Functionality is distributed across the application, media, network, conferencing, external web, call logging, and call center reporting servers along with an element management system.
Cisco BroadWorks can support a single instance or a combination of hosted PBX, mobile PBX, IP Centrex, and business trunking applications.
BroadWorks supports multiple web-based and client applications that enhance access to feature configuration and user productivity.
Find the widest range of features from a single, network-based system, including call control, private voice networking, and unified messaging.
BroadWorks enables centralized management of nationwide and global voice services, offering uniform feature functionality to sites, regardless of location.
BroadWorks provides web-based service administration at six distinct levels. The flexible service hierarchy allows reseller support for third-party providers.
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