Over the coming years, usage of traditional copper POTS lines will continue to decline. Service and support, if not completely phased out, may become scarce. In the interim, costs will continue to increase as coverage shrinks. Ensure business continuity and protect Clients from rising costs, transition them to Entelegent Solutions ALL-IN-ONE POTS ALTERNATIVE…powered by Ooma® AirDial™.
Access – Building Entry Phones/Door Entry Intercoms/Gate Phones
Alarm Panels – Boiler Rooms/Elevators/Fire/Security
Transactions – ATMs/POS Systems/Vending Machines
Essential Phones – Public Safety Phones/Blue Light Phones/Call Boxes
EnTelegent’s ALL-IN-ONE POTS ALTERNATIVE powered by Ooma® AirDial® enables technology transformation while allowing clients to keep their existing devices, remain compliant, AND save money on their business-critical, life, and safety applications.
It offers redundancy options by leveraging both existing internet infrastructure as well as an LTE wireless connection (primary or backup) to ensure service reliability for your critical communication requirements.
Migration is quick and easy with devices fully managed and proactively monitored for peace of mind.
NFPA 72® – Built with the applicable guidelines in mind for the National Fire Protection Association’s NFPA 72 code for communications equipment and services used with fire panels.
ASME A17.1 – The ASME A17.1 Safety Code for Elevators, published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, is the accepted guideline throughout North America for the design, construction, installation, operation, inspection, testing, maintenance, alteration, and repair of elevators. Ooma built Ooma AirDial keeping in mind ASME A17.1’s applicable guidelines for elevator phones.
Payment Card Industry (PCI) – Adheres to PCI compliance guidelines because point-of-sale payment details are encrypted, never stored, and confidential payment information never traverses the public internet.
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) – When paired with analog fax machines conforms to HIPAA because sensitive patient information is encrypted while in transit and not stored. Patient information never navigates the public internet.
UL 2054 – Eurofins E&E Testing North America, a global leader for product safety approvals, certified that the backup battery meets the compliance requirements that cover portable primary (nonrechargeable) and secondary (rechargeable) batteries. This certification validates that the Ooma AirDial backup battery reduces the risk of fire or explosion.
UL 864 – Independent third-party testing is in progress to help ensure that Ooma AirDial is certified for fire alarm system accessories.
UN 38.3 – Tenergy Corporation, an independent third-party testing firm, certified that Ooma AirDial batteries are safe for transportation. The UN 38.3 certification tests include environmental, mechanical and electrical stresses to ensure lithium batteries are durable and reliable to be transported via air, sea or road.
Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations – Ooma AirDial complies with the Federal Communications Commissions’ Title 47, Part 15 rules and regulations regarding unlicensed transmissions.
UL 62368-1 – Has been certified by Eurofins E & E Testing North America, an independent third-party testing firm, to comply with the safety requirements of electrical and electronic equipment within audio, video, information and communication technology, and business and office machines with a rated voltage not exceeding 600 volts.
Qualified Managed Facility Voice Network (MFVN) – Ooma AirDial routes all communications over network paths that are proactively managed and maintained by MFVN compliant providers. Ooma partners closely with their cellular provider(s) to create a direct Ethernet connection to the Ooma MFVN network in a shared data center. From Ooma’s data center, traffic is passed to an MFVN-compliant gateway provider, again with a direct hardwired connection in a shared data center. Their gateway partner then terminates the call to the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network).
This set of direct connections is designed so that Ooma AirDial communications will not cross the public internet. This is a critical feature of the Ooma AirDial architecture that is different from many VoIP solutions. In many competing solutions, traffic is handed off to the public internet for one or more legs of the path.
Notice: All information herein is for informational purposes only. Reasonable efforts were made to provide information that is complete and accurate at time of posting, but we do not guarantee its completeness or accuracy. EnTelegent cannot guarantee that AirDial will continue to meet any regulatory or compliance standards, particularly if they change over time. EnTelegent also cannot guarantee that Ooma will successfully obtain or maintain any certifications referenced above. Changes and corrections to the information shown may be incorporated in future updates, though EnTelegent does not undertake to make changes or corrections to the information supplied by Ooma.