Registration if open now for the 1-day Pulse Technical Training Class to be held in Dallas, Texas.
The Pulse system uses the latest edge-processing technology to deliver intelligible audio for real world applications, without the need for a dedicated external audio server.
Attendees of this technical training class will learn how to program and deliver an IP communications system with robust server-like functionality embedded entirely on the IP intercom and PA devices in a hands-on environment.
Participants will use a standard web browser interface on their own laptop PC (Windows 7, 8 or 10) to experience the simple and easy set-up of a variety of functionally, including call routing, call queuing, group calls, custom message and even IP-PA.
This session will also cover how to configure and use individual IP stations as SIP stations that can be connected with other communication platforms, such as VoIP telephone systems.
Attendees will experience how using power at the edge provides superior scalability, sound processing to ensure you can always hear, be heard and be understood, and an increased return on investment that will change how IP communications are delivered.
Participants can expect to understand how to configure and deploy an IP-based comminications system that addresses the needs of dynamic real world environments, using advanced edge processing to deliver intelligible audio in any environment. You will learn to quickly and easily program IP Intercom and PA features such as call routing, call queuing, group calls, and custom messages through the embedded web browser interface. Expect to learn how to scale an IP communications system from simple to enterprise, using only the embedded technology on the edge device, with no additional hardware or software.