The NetSpire™ CXS Server is designed to facilitate systems with a large number of NetSpire devices. The CXS Server functions include intelligent announcement priority management, configuration management, maintenance functions, alarm and fault monitoring functions and software update roll-out features.
Supports intelligent prioritisation between conflicting requests for live PA, DVA, background music and Emergency Announcements to remote zones within the system.
System configuration for devices in the system is stored on the NetSpire CXS Servers. This allows devices to auto-configure on power-up by finding and downloading the configuration information associated with the device.
Provides management of system configuration, allowing configuration of a large number of devices to be performed quickly and efficiently.
Call management for NetSpire intercom and emergency phone devices. The system also uses the NetSpire VAS server for call recording, archiving and retreival.
Automatically logs key system events to a central database which may be useful for generating audits, statistics and system reports.
Faults and alarms reported by the system are logged in a database and escalated. Filters can be applied to escalate faults and alarms of interest, and aggreate multiple alarms.
The system activity monitor records the start, duration, end time and source of announcements made in the system.
The NetSpire CXS Server provides a central staging area for network software updates for devices in the system.
Third-party integration and control of the NetSpire system is provided through the NetSpire SDK. The NetSpire SDK supports Java, .NET, C# and C++ libraries for system integrators.
The CXS Server supports a T1/E1 and SIP telephony interfaces for integration with telephony systems.
The NetSpire CXS Servers support redundant configurations with automatic failover to spare NetSpire CXS Servers.