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ANEXO 1

SISTEMA DE CONMUTADOR IP



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Architecture optimizad for
services growth


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support*


256 encryption modes without the need for
separate modules.



IOS Software features offer support for
identifying, preventing, and adapti
ng to
security threats and maintaining a self
-
defending network. Features include IOS
Firewall, Content Filtering, Flexible Packet
Matching (FPM), Dynamic Multipoint VPN,
Group Encrypted Transport VPN, and SSL
VPN.

Ideal platform for
integrated


=



Onboa
rd DSPs: Integrated PVDMs support
analog voice, digital voice, conferencing,
transcoding, and Secure Real
-

Time
Transport Protocol (SRTP) media while
enabling network
-
module or AIM slots for
switching, concurrent applications, content,
and voicemail. The D
SPs enable packet
voice technologies, including voice
-
over
-
IP
(VoIP)

IP telephony


=

Protocols such as H.323, Media Gateway
Control Protocol (MGCP), and SIP; voice
over Frame Relay (VoFR); and voice over
ATM (VoATM, including ATM Adaption
Layer 5 [AAL5]
and AAL2 adaptation layers).



The platform offers scalability for
centralized and distributed call processing:


SRST with centralized Unified
Communications Manager: Up to 730
phones Unity Express [[cannot use this
acronym for legal reasons]] voicemail: U
p to
250 mail boxes



Unified Communications Manager Express
IP Phones: Up to 250 IP phones Small to
large branch
-
office connectivity: Up to 24
T1/E1 trunks


Analog phones, fax machines, key systems,
and conference stations: Up to 88 FXS ports
Local or lon
g
-
distance calling with the EVM
module: Up to 48 foreign
-
exchange
-
office
(FXO) or 32 Basic Rate Interface (BRI) ports



IOS Software delivers customized features
and applications, such as Tool Command
Language (TCL) and VoiceXML support.



Secure calls are

possible with Unified


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Communications Manager and IP Phones
using the 3800:


Offers standards
-
based, secure media and
signaling authentication and encryption
from IP phone to IP phone, IP phone to
analog phone or public
-
switched
-
telephone
-
network (PSTN) ga
teway using
IPsec, Transport Layer Security (TLS), and
SRTP


Maintains channel capacity for medium
-

and high
-
complexity codecs

Integrated wireless
support


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WWAN connectivity:



3G Wireless WAN HWICs, when coupled
with a service provider wireless data
plan,
provide a cost
-
effective, rapidly deployable,
reliable, and secure backup solution for
remote sites and branch offices.


Two types of 3G Wireless WAN HWICs are
available: Code Division Multiple Access
(CDMA; part number HWIC
-
3G
-
CDMA
-
x
[where x reflec
ts the wireless carrier]) and
Global System for Mobile communications.



WLAN connectivity:


You can use the 802.11b/g or 802.11a/b/g
HWIC access
-
point interface card to provide
integrated WLAN connectivity to mobile
clients at sites requiring a single acc
ess
point, resulting in mobility and enhanced
productivity for your employees.


Dual RP
-
TNC connectors enable diversity
and allow for optimum overage through
the use of external antennas.



Wireless infrastructure services:


Telephony support for wired an
d WLAN IP
phones is delivered by Unified
Communications Manager Express (CME) or
by Unified SRST with Unified
Communications Manager. Cordless WLAN
IP phones allow you to be mobile and more
productive.


Integrated switch modules with PoE enable
support for

802.3af
-
compliant devices such
as wireless access points and wired IP
phones.



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Mobility for clients from WLAN to cellular
networks is enabled by mobile IP home
agent support.

IEEE 802.1x local authentication using
Lightweight Extensible Authentication
Pro
tocol (LEAP) provides enhanced
reliability through survivable authentication
for WLAN clients during WAN failures.


Customizable guest access is enabled with
the service
-
selection
-
gateway features,
along with the Subscriber Edge Services
Manager.



LMRoIP:


LMRoIP support allows radio users (for
example, security personnel, maintenance
personnel, police officers, etc.) to
communicate over IP with phone and PC
users, delivering improved communications
and productivity.



Wi
-
Fi hotspot services:


You can use
the access
-
zone router and
service
-
selection
-
gateway services features
to deploy secure public WLAN access
services with an integrated HWIC access
point for small sites or with access points
for larger sites. You can offer Wi
-
Fi hotspot
services for additi
onal revenue for public
locations (for example, restaurants, hotels,
airports, etc.) or a value
-
added service for
customer satisfaction.

Application Integration

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AXP capabilities of the ISRs improves total
cost of ownership (TCO) for deployed
branch
-
offi
ce applications by enabling
complete, unified solutions. Enterprises,
managed service providers (MSPs), and
integrators can use AXP to:



Integrate custom applications and
services into the integrated services routers



Differentiate themselves from their
competitors



Provide complete end
-
to
-
end integrated
single
-
box solutions

Investment protection Field
-
upgradable,
modular components are supported on the


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3800 Series, allowing you to easily change
network interfaces without upgrading your
entire branch
-
off
ice network. The Series
takes advantage of the existing portfolio of
WICs, VICs, network modules, and AIMs to
reduce sparing, training, configuration,
installation, and maintenance costs.

Availability

=

Minimizes downtime with a wide variety of
availabili
ty features.



Supports internal redundant power with
any combination of the three supported
power supplies
-

AC, AC
-
IP & DC. When
redundancy for PoE is required, only the
combination of two AC
-
IP power supplies
with integrated inline power is supported.



support exte
rnal redundant power
supplies
-

RPS2300 and RPS675



Error checking and correcting (ECC)
memory for improved fault isolation and
correction



USB flash memory for ease of image
recovery



Advance temperature monitoring and
variable
-
speed cooling fans



IOS

Software Warm Reboot for improved
bootup times Network
-
module online
insertion and removal (OIR), and field
-
replaceable components such as fan tray,
motherboard, and power supplies.

Network
-
module slots:
These slots can
accommodate a Standard
network mod
ule,
enhanced network
module (NME), enhanced
extended network module
(NME
-
X), and high
-
density
extensión module (EVM
-
HD). The NME
-
X, when
available, will have a
wider form factor than
the NME. You can
combine two side
-
by
-
side
NME slots to
=



NM



NME



NME
-
X



NMD



NME
-
XD



EVM
-
HD





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accommodate one
d
ouble
-
wide network
module (NMD) or when
available, a double
-
wide
enhanced extended
network module
(NMEXD).

Maximum number of
network modules, NMEs,
and NME
-
Xs supported

=

2


Maximum number of
NMD/NME
-
XDs sup
ported

=

1


Maximum number of
EVM
-
HDs supported

=

1

Number of HWIC slots
(These HWIC slots also
support VICs, VWICs, and
WICs.)

=

4

Number of fixed LAN
ports (fixed RJ
-
45 port for
10/100/1000
connectivity)

=

2 Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000)


Number of
fixed Small
Form
-
Factor Pluggable
(SFP) ports (for SFP
Gigabit Ethernet
connectivity)


=

1


Number of AIM slots (for
optional AIMs for
offloading
computeintensive
features)


=

2


Number of PVDM Slots
(for optional
PVDM2s)

=

4

Fxo ports

=

12

Port RJ
-
48
Multiflex
Voice/WAN Trunk
-

T1/E1

=

2

E1 Cable RJ45 to Dual BNC
(Unbalanced)

=

2

Number of USB 1.1 ports
(for future use with USB
flash memory, security
tokens for secure IOS
=

2




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Software configuration
distribution, and off
-
platform storage of VPN
credential
s)

Embedded VPN
(hardware
-
based VPN
encryption acceleration)

=

Yes

Memory: External
Compact Flash and
internal double
-
data
-
rate
(DDR) synchronous
dynamic RAM (SDRAM)
with ECC

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Default: 64
-
MB Compact Flash; 256
-
MB
DDR SDRAM



Maximum: 512
-
MB Compact Flash; 1
-
GB
DDR SDRAM


Dimensions (H x W x D)

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3.5 x 17.1 x 14.7 in.



2 rack units (2RU)



5.25 x 17.25 x 16 in.



3RU















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Servidor de Comunicación de Voz (Call Manag
er)


CANTIDAD

1




CARACTERÍSTICA

CONDICIÓN

MÍNIMO

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Migración a licenciamiento
User Connect Licenses de 300
teléfonos existentes


1

Sosftware suscription para los
300 teléfonos migrados, 1 año


300

Adición de 25 teléfonos IP
nuevos al esquema de
licenciamiento User Connect
L
icenses.


25

Software suscription para los
25 teléfonos nuevos, 1 año



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equivalents

Platforms

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Media Convergence Servers



Selected third
-
party servers



Unified Communications Manager
Business Edition

System Capabilities
Summary

=



Alternate automatic routing (AAR)



Attenuation and gain adjustment per
device (phone and gateway)



Audio message
-
waiting indicator (AMWI)



Automated bandwidth selection



Automatic route selection (ARS)



AXL Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
ap
plication programming interface (API)
with performance and

real
-
time information



Basic Rate Interface (BRI) endpoint
support: Registers BRI endpoints as SCCP
devices



CAC: Intercluster and intracluster



Call coverage


Forwarding based on internal and e
xternal
calls


Forwarding out of a coverage path


Timer for maximum time in coverage path


Time of day



Call display restrictions



Call preservation
--

redundancy and
automated failover
--

on call
-
processing
failure



Call recording



Codec support for a
utomated bandwidth
selection: G.711 (mu
-
law and a
-
law), G.722,
G.722.1, G.723.1, G.728, G.729A/B, Global
System for Mobile
-
Enhanced Full Rate
(GSM
-
EFR), Global System for Mobile
-
Full
Rate (GSM
-
FR) iLBC (internet Low Bitrate
Codec), wideband audio (propriet
ary 16
-
bit
resolution; 16
-
kHz sampled audio), and
Advanced Audio CODEC (AAC) for use with
TelePresence devices



Digit analysis and call treatment (digit
string insertion, deletion, stripping, dial
access codes, digit string translation, and
dial pattern transformation) [[Deleting the


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asterisk here because it doesn’t seem to
refer to

anything.]]


Extension mobility


Call forward all


Message
-
waiting indicator (MWI)


Privacy


Device mobility


Do not disturb


End
-
user and Application User Certificate
Authority Proxy Function (CAPF) for CTI


Monitoring


Hunt groups



Device mobility changes in the location
-
specific inf
ormation when a device moves
within the cluster



Dial
-
plan partitioning



Distributed call processing


Deployment of devices and applications
across an IP network


Virtual clusters of up to eight Unified
Communications Manager servers for
scalability, red
undancy, and load balancing


Maximum Unified IP Phones per Unified
Communications Manager server and
30,000 per server cluster (configuration
dependent)


Maximum of 100,000 busy
-
hour call
completions (BHCCs) per Unified
Communications Manager server and
25
0,000 per server cluster (configuration
dependent)


Intercluster scalability to more than 100
sites or clusters through H.323 gatekeeper


Intracluster feature and management
transparency



Divert calls to voicemail (iDivert)



Fax over IP: G.711 pass
-
thro
ugh and Fax
Relay



Forced authorization codes and client
matter codes (account codes)



H.323 interface to selected devices



H.323 FastStart (inbound and outbound)



Hotline and private
-
line automated


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ringdown (PLAR)



Hunt groups: broadcast; circular; l
ongest
idle; and linear, login, and logout



Interface to H.323 gatekeeper for
scalability, CAC, and redundancy



IPv4



Language support for client
-
user
interfaces (languages specified separately)



Multilevel precedence and preemption
(MLPP)



Multilocat
ion: Dial
-
plan partition



Multiple ISDN Protocol support



Multiple remote Unified Communications
Manager platform administration and
debug utilities


Prepackaged alerts, monitor views, and
historical reports with RTMT


Real
-
time and historical applicatio
n
performance monitoring through operating
system tools and SNMP


Monitored data
-
collection service


Remote terminal service for off
-
net system
monitoring and alerting


Real
-
time event monitoring and
presentation to common syslog


Trace setting and collect
ion utility


Browse to onboard device statistics


Clusterwide trace
-
setting tool


Trace collection tool



Multisite (cross
-
WAN) capability with
intersite CAC



Off
-
premises extension (OPX)



Outbound call blocking



Out
-
of
-
band dual
-
tone multifrequency
(DT
MF)



Programmable line keys



PSTN failover on route no availability:
AAR



Q.SIG


Alerting name specified in ISO 13868 as
part of the Connected Name Identification
Presentation (SSCONP)


Basic call


ID services



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General function procedures


Call back: IS
O/IEC 13870: 2nd Edition,
2001
-
07 (completion of calls to busy
subscriber [CCBS] and call

completion on no reply [CCNR])


Call diversion: SS
-
CFB (busy), SS
-
CFNR (no
answer), and SS
-
CFU (unconditional);
service ISO/IEC 13872 and ISO/IEC 13873,
first edition

1995
-

Call diversion by forward
switching and by rerouting


Call transfer by join


H.323 Annex M.1 (Q.SIG over H.323)
-

ITU
recommendation for Annex M.1


Identification restriction (Calling Name
Identification Restriction [CNIR] and
Connected Line) Ident
ification Restriction
(COLR) and Connected Name Identification
Restriction (CONR)


Loop prevention, diversion counter and
reason, loop detection, diverted to number,
diverting number, original called name and
number, original diversion reason, and
redirect
ing name


MWI


Path replacement ISO/IEC 13863: 2nd Ed.
1998, and ISO/IEC 13974: 2nd Ed. 1999



Station through trunk (Media Gateway
Control Protocol [MGCP] gateways)


JTAPI and TAPI applications enabled with
automated failover and automatic update


Triple
Unified Communications Manager
redundancy per device (phones, gateway,
and applications)

with automated failover and recovery


Trunk groups


MGCP BRI support (ETSI BRI basic
-
net3
user
-
side only)



Security


Secure conferencing is available to all
members o
f the conference.


Configurable operation modes: Nonsecure
or secure modes can be configured.


Device authentication: New model phones
have an embedded X.509v3 certificate; a


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CAPF is used to install a locally significant
certificate in the phones.


Data in
tegrity: The Transport Layer
Security (TLS) cipher NULL
-
SHA is
supported; messages are

appended with the SHA1 hash of the
message to help ensure that they are not
altered on the wire and can be trusted.



Unified Communications Manager offers
secure HTTP s
upport for Unified
Communications Manager Administration,
Unified Communications Manager
Serviceability, Unified Communications
Manager User Pages, and Unified
Communications Manager CDR Analysis and
Reporting Tool.


Privacy: Signaling and media are
encryp
ted, including Unified IP Phone
models; Unified Survivable Remote Site
Telephony; and MGCP gateways.


Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for directory:
Supported applications include Unified
Communications Manager BAT, Unified
Communications Manager CDR Analysis a
nd
Reporting Tool, Unified Communications
Manager Admin User Pages, Unified
Communications Manager Assistant Admin

Pages, Unified IP Phone Options Pages,
Conference Connection, CTI Manager,
Communications Manager Extension
Mobility, and Communications Mana
ger
Assistant.


A universal
-
serial
-
bus (USB) eToken
containing a rooted X.509v3 certificate is
used to generate a Certificate of Trust List
(CTL) file for the phones and to configure
the security mode of the cluster.


Phone security: Trivial File Transfer
Protocol (TFTP)

files (configuration and
firmware loads) are signed with the self
-
signed certificate of the TFTP server; the
Unified Communications Manager system
administrator can disable HTTP and Telnet
on IP phones.



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SIP trunk (RFC 3261) and line side (RFC
3261
-
based
services)



Unified SRST



Shared resource and application
management and configuration


Transcoder resource


Conference bridge resource


Topological association of shared resource
devices (conference bridge, music
-
on
-
hold
[MoH] sources, and transcoders)


Media termination point (MTP): Support
for SIP trunk and RFC 2833


Annunciator



Silence suppression and voice activity
detection (VAD)



Silent monitoring



Simplified North American Numbering
Plan (NANP) and non
-
NANP support



SIP trunk Call Admission Co
ntrol (SIP CAC)



T.38 fax support (H.323, MGCP, and SIP)



Third
-
party applications support


Broadcast paging: Through foreign
exchange station (FXS)


Simple Messaging Desktop Interface
(SMDI) for MWI


Hook
-
flash feature support on selected FXS
gateways


TSP 2.1


JTAPI 2.0 service provider interface


Billing and call statistics


Configuration database API (AXL)



Time
-
of
-
day, day
-
of
-
week, and day
-
of
-
year routing and restrictions



Toll restriction: Dial
-
plan partition



Toll
-
fraud prevention


Prevent trunk
-
to
-
trunk transfer


Drop conference call when originator
hangs up


Require forced
-
authorization codes



Unified device and system configuration



Unified dial plan



Video codecs: H.261, H.263, H.264, and
Wideband Video Codec (Unified Video
Advantage)



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Vi
deo telephony (SCCP, H.323, and SIP)

Summary of User Features

=

Asterisks (*) in this list indicate SIP support




*Abbreviated dial



*Answer and answer release



*Auto answer and intercom



*Callback busy and no reply to station



*Call connection



*Ca
ll coverage



*Call forward: All (off net and on net),
busy, no answer, no bandwidth, and not
registered



*Call hold and retrieve



Call join



*Call park and pickup



*Call pickup group: Universal



*Call pickup notification (audible or
visual)



*Call s
tatus per line (state, duration, and
number)



*Call waiting and retrieve (with
configurable audible alerting)



*Calling line identification (CLID) and
calling party name identification (CNID)



Calling line identification restriction (CLIR)
call by call



*Conference barge



*Conference chaining



*Conference list and drop any party
(impromptu conference)



*Dialed
-
number display



*Direct inward dialing (DID) and direct
outward dialing (DOD)



*Directed call park with busy lamp field
(BLF)



*Directory d
ial from phone: Corporate
and personal



*Directories: Missed, placed, and
received calls list stored on selected IP
phones



*Distinctive ring for on
-

and off
-
net
status, per
-
line appearance, and per phone



*Do not disturb (do not ring and call
reject)



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*Drop last conference party (impromptu
conferences)



*Extension mobility support



*Hands
-
free, full
-
duplex speakerphone



*HTML help access from phone



*Hold reversion



*Immediate divert to voicemail



*Intercom with whisper



*Join across lines



*La
st
-
number redial (on and off net)



*Log in and log out of hunt groups



Malicious
-
call ID and trace



*Manager
-
assistant service (Unified
Communications Manager Assistant
application) proxy line support


Manager features: Immediate divert or
transfer, do
not disturb, divert all calls, call
intercept, call filtering on CLID, intercom,
and speed dials


Assistant features: Intercom, immediate
divert or transfer, divert all calls, and
manager call handling

through assistant console application



*Manager
-
assis
tant service (Unified
Communications Manager Assistant
application) shared
-
line support


Manager features: Immediate divert or
transfer, do not disturb, intercom, speed
dials, barge, direct transfer, and join


Assistant features: Handle calls for
managers;

view manager status and calls;
create speed dials for frequently used
numbers; search for people in directory;
handle calls on their own lines; immediate
divert or transfer, intercom, barge, privacy,
multiple calls per line, direct transfer, and
join; sen
d DTMF digits from console; and
determine MWI status of manager phone



*Manager
-
assistant service (Unified
Communications Manager Assistant
application) system capabilities: Multiple
managers per assistant (up to 33 lines) and
redundant service



*Manager
-
assistant service



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*MWI (visual and audio)



*Multiparty conference:

Impromptu with
add
-
on meet
-
me features



*Multiple calls per line appearance



*Multiple line appearances per phone



*MoH



*Mute capability from speakerphone and
handset



*On
-
hook dialing



*Original calling party information on
transfer from voicemail



*Privacy



*Real
-
time QoS statistics through HTTP
browser to phone



*Recent dial list: Calls to phone, calls from
phone, autodial, and edit dial



*Service URL: Single
-
button access to IP
phone service



*Single
-
button barge



*Single
-
directory number
and multiple
phones: Bridged line appearances



*Speed dial: Multiple speed dials per
phone

Data Sheet



*Station volume controls (audio and
ringer)



*Transfer: Blind, consultative, and direct
transfer of two parties on a line



*User
-
configured speed dia
l and call
forward through web access



*Video (SCCP, H.323, and SIP)



*Web services access from phone



*Web dialer: Click to dial



*Wideband audio codec support:
Proprietary 16
-
bit resolution, 16
-
kHz
sampling rate codec

Unified Mobility

=



Allowed an
d blocked call filters



Caller identification



Call screening and call divert



Call tracing



Mobile Voice Access



Desktop pickup



Directed call park through DTMF



Mobile call pickup



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New mobility device model type



Remote on and off control



Reve
rse callback to nonmobile number



Security and privacy for Unified Mobility
calls



Single enterprise voice mailbox



Simultaneous desktop ringing



System administrator
-
controllable user
profile access



Voice
-
based access with user
identification and pe
rsonal identification
number protection

Summary of
Administrative Features

=



Application discovery and registration to
SNMP manager



AXL SOAP API with performance and real
-
time information



Unified Communications Manager BAT
(including new import and
export
capabilities)



CDRs



Unified Communications Manager CDR
Analysis and Reporting Tool



Call forward reason code delivery



Centralized, replicated configuration
database and distributed web
-
based
management reports



Configurable and default ringer

WAV files
per phone



Configurable call forward display



Database automated change notification



Date and time display format
configurable per phone



Debug information to common syslog file



Device addition through wizards



Device
-
downloadable featur
e upgrades:
Phones, hardware transcoder resource,
hardware conference bridge resource, and
voice
-
over
-
IP (VoIP) gateway resource



Device groups and pools for large
-
system
management



Device mapping tool: IP address to MAC
address



Dynamic Host Configura
tion Protocol
(DHCP) block IP assignment: Phones and


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gateways



Dialed Number Analyzer (DNA)



Dialed
-
number translation table (inbound
and outbound translation)



Dialed
-
number identification service
(DNIS)



Enhanced 911 service



H.323
-
compliant interfa
ce to H.323
clients, gateways, and gatekeepers



JTAPI 2.0 CTI



LDAP Version 3 directory interface to
selected vendors’ LDAP directories: Active
Directory and Netscape Directory Server



MGCP signaling and control to selected
VoIP gateways



Native supple
mentary services support to
H.323 gateways



Paperless phone DNIS: Display
-
directed
button labels on phones



Performance
-
monitoring SNMP statistics
from applications to SNMP manager or to
operating system performance monitor



QoS statistics recorded per
call



Redirected DNIS (RDNIS) inbound and
outbound (to H.323 devices)



Select specified line appearance to ring



Ability to select specified phone to ring



Single CDR per cluster



Single
-
point system and device
configuration



Sortable component inven
tory list by
device, user, or line



System event reporting to common syslog
or operating system event viewer



TAPI 2.1 CTI



Time zone
-
configurable per phone



Unity software user integration



TAPS



XML API for IP phones



Zero
-
cost automated phone mov
es



Zero
-
cost phone adds



Data migration assistant



Log partition monitor



Disaster recovery framework



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Security Agent for Unified
Communications Manager



IP Security (IPsec) and certificate
management



CDR delivery manager



Command
-
line interface



Enhanced remote access through serial,
console, and Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol



Scheduled provisioning with Unified
Communications Manager BAT



Scheduled trace collection



User
-
defined events



Real
-
time trace monitoring



Enhanced upgrade process to

minimize
service downtime



Enhanced installation process to minimize
install time



Installation answer file for no
-
touch
installation



Syslog to SNMP trap MIB



Enhanced AXL SOAP API to modify the
database

SIP Trunk and Endpoint
Support

=



Native sup
port of SIP devices



CTI for Internet service provider (ISP)
phones



Presence information for SIP devices,
including support for PUBLISH



Fault, configuration, accounting,
performance, and security (FCAPS)
enhancements to support SIP



SIP trunk enhance
ments for external
applications, such as conferencing and
presence



Third
-
party SIP devices supporting RFC
3261



SIP line
-
side RFCs: RFCs 3261, 3262, 3264,
3265, 3311, 3515, and 3842



SIP trunk RFC support: RFCs 2833, 2976,
3261, 3262, 3264, 3265, 3311,

3323, 3325,
3515, 3842, 3856, and

3891



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IP PHONE


CANTIDAD

5




CARACTERÍSTICA

CONDICIÓN

MÍNIMO

Certificates

=

Phones are shipped with factory
-
installed
X.509v3 certificates.

Device Authentication and
Signaling Encryption

=

Transport layer security (
TLS) with AES
-
128 encryption

Media Encryption

=

Secure Real
-
Time Transport Protocol (SRTP) with AES
-
128 encryption

PoE

=

Works with PoE from any Inline Power
-
capable switch

IEEE 802.3af PoE

=

Can receive power from IEEE 802.3af
-
compliant blades

Regulat
ory Compliance

=

CE Marking

Safety

=

• Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 60950

• Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
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• EN 60950

• IEC 60950

• AS/NZS60950

• TS 001

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=

• Federal Communications Commission
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• ICES
-
〰㌠C污獳⁂

• EN55022 Class B

• CISPR22 Class B

• AS/NZS CISPR 22 Class B

• CISPR 24

• VCCI Class B

• EN55024

• EN 50082
-
1

• EN 61000
-
3
-
2

• EN 61000
-
3
-
3

• EN 61000
-
6
-
1

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=

• FCC Part 68 (CFR47) HAC

• TIA 810A

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=

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Lighted Menu Key

=

Lights when pressed to access voicemail
me
ssages, call logs, network settings, user
preferences, corporate directories, and XML
services; stays lit while menu items are
active

Lighted Message
Waiting

Indicator

=

Lights when there is new voicemail and is
visible on both the phone chassis and the
h
andset; stays lit until new voicemail has
been processed by the user

Graphical Display

=

Graphical monochrome display with
resolution of 192 x 64 pixels provides a
scrollable 3
-
line intuitive access to calling
features and text
-
based XML applications;
the

Unified IP Phone also supports audio
-
based XML applications

Four Soft
-
Key Buttons
and

a

Scroll

Toggle Bar

=

Dynamically present calling options to the
user; the scroll toggle bar allows easy
movement through the displayed
information

Network Features

=

Discovery Protocol; IEEE 802.1 p/q tagging and
switching

Ethernet Switch

=

10/100BASE
-
T Ethernet connection through
two RJ
-
45 ports, one for the LAN
connection, the other for connecting a
downstream Ethernet device such as a PC

Volume Control

=

A volume
-
control toggle to provide easy
decibel
-
level adjustments of the handset,
monitor speaker, and ringer

Single
-
Position Foot Stand

=

Optimum display viewing and comfortable
use of buttons and keys; the foot stand can
be removed for wall mounting with
mounti
ng holes located on the base of the
phone

Multiple Ring Tones

=

More than 24 user
-
adjustable ring tones

American Disabilities Act
(ADA) Features

=

Hearing
-
aid
-
compatible (HAC) handset that
meets the requirements set by the ADA; it
also meets ADA HAC requ
irements for a
magnetic coupling to approved hearing
aids.
The phone dialing pad also complies
with the ADA

Signaling Protocol Support

=

Supported in Unified CallManager Versions
3.3(5)SR2, 4.1(3)SR3a, 4.2(1)SR1, and higher
using Skinny Client Control Pro
tocol (SCCP);
supports both SCCP and Session Initiation


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Protocol (SIP) with Unified CallManager
Version 5.0(2) and higher

Codec Support

=

G.711a, G.711, G.729a, G.729b, and
G.729ab and iLBC audio
-
compression
codecs

Configuration Options

=

Provisioning of

network parameters
through Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol (DHCP)

Voice Quality

=

Comfort
-
noise generation and voice
-
activity
-
detection (VAD) programming on a
system basis


















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WIRELESS IP
PHONE



CANTIDAD

1




CARACTERÍSTICA

CONDICIÓ
N

MÍNIMO

FCS Date


=

Jan
-
07

Integral Switch

=

N/A

Display

=

Digital, 16
-
bit graphical backlit TFT Color, 2"

Touchscreen

=

No

Number of DNs supported

=

6

Programmable (line) keys

=

N/A

Programmable (soft) keys

=

2

Speakerphone

=

Yes

Headset Port

=

Yes

Wideband Audio

=

Yes

iLBC support

=

Yes

'5
-
way' navigation cluster

=

Yes

Headset Hookswitch Control
(aka Electronic Hookswitch)

=

No

XML Application Support

=

Yes

Extension Mobility

=

Yes

KEM (7914) support

=

No

KEM (7915/7916) support

=

No

Video Advantage Camera
support

=

No

Power Budget

=

N/A

IEEE PoE Classification

=

N/A

Power


other

=

Standard or Extended battery

Signaling Protocols

=

SCCP

UC Manager support

=

4.1 or later

UC Manager Express support

=

4.1 or later

Device Li
cense Units required

=

4

Features

=

• 6 line appearances

• Abbreviated dialing

• Adjustable ringing and volume levels

• Adjustable display brightness and timeout

• Any
-
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• Audible and vibrating ringers

• Autoanswer

• Autodetection of headset and
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• Automatic keypad lock



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• Barge

• Callback

• Call forward

• Call history lists

• Call park

• Call pickup

• Call timer

• Call waiting

• Caller ID

• cBarge

• Corporate directory

• Conference

• Direct transfer

• Extension mobility serv
ice

• Fast
-
dial service

• Group call pickup

• Hold

• Hotkey for keypad lock, vibration and ring
toggle, and voicemail access

• Immediate divert

• Join

• Last
-
number redial

• Malicious
-
caller ID

• Message
-
waiting indicator

• Meet
-
me conference

• Multilevel
precedence and preemption
(MLPP)

• Music on hold (MoH)

• Mute

• Network profiles (automatic)

• On
-

and off
-
network distinctive ringing

• OPickUp

• Personal directory

• Predialing before sending

• Privacy

• Quality report tool (QRT)

• Redial

• Ring tone per

line appearance

• Service URL

• Shared line

• Time and date display

• Transfer


Buttons

=

• Two soft
-
key buttons to access screen
-


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based applications, features, and functions

• Application button that can support push
-
to
-
talk using XML

• Mute

• Speakerpho
ne

• 5
-
way navigation support

• Volume control

• Send button and power and end button

Display

=

• 2 in. (5 cm) color display with 176 x 220
-
pixel resolution

LED

=

Ring, message waiting, and charging LED

Protocol support

=

Skinny Client Control Protocol
(SCCP)

• Unified Communications Manager
Versions 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.0, 5.1, 6.0, 6.1, 7.0,
and later

• Unified Communications Manager Express
Version 4.1 and later

• Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony
(SRST) Version 4.1 and later

• Compatible Extension
s Version 4.0

• XML


Codec support

=

G.711a, G.711u, G.729a, G.729ab, G.722,
and iLBC audio compression codecs

Configuration options

=

• Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
(DHCP) client or statically configured

• Support for online firmware upgrades
usi
ng Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)

• Domain Name System (DNS)

Network features

=

• Discovery Protocol

• Transparent secure roaming

• Provisioning of network parameters
through DHCP

Security features

=

• Certificates

• Image authentication

• Device
authentication

• File authentication

• Signaling authentication

• Secure Unified SRST

• Media encryption using Secure Real
-
Time
Protocol (SRTP)

• Signaling encryption using Transport Layer
Security (TLS) Protocol

• Certificate authority proxy function (CAP
F)



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• Secure profiles

• Encrypted configuration files


Provisioning and
management

=

• Web server for configuration and
statistics

• Capability to disable local phone settings

• Quality
-
of
-
service (QoS) reporting: jitter,
delay, dropped packets, and latenc
y on a
per
-
call basis

• Real Time Control Protocol (RTCP) support
and monitoring

• Syslog

Language support

=

Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian,
Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish,
French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian,
Japanese, Korean, Norweg
ian, Polish,
Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian,
Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, and Swedish

Network standard

=

IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g

Frequency band and
operating channels

=

FCC: (
-
A)

• 2.412
-
2.462 GHz; 11 channels

• 5.180
-
5.240 GHz Unlicens
ed National
Information Infrastructure (UNII
-
1); 4
channels

• 5.260
-
5.320 GHz (UNII
-
2); 4 channels

• 5.500
-
5.700 GHz; (UNII
-
2 Extended); 8
channels

• 5.745
-
5.805 GHz (UNII
-
3); 4 channels

ETSI: (
-
E)

• 2.412
-
2.472 GHz; 13 channels

• 5.180
-
5.700 GHz; 19 chann
els

Japan : (
-
P)

• 2.412
-
2.472 GHz; 13 channels Orthogonal
Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)

• 2.412
-
2.484 GHz; 14 channels
Complementary Code Keying (CCK)

• 5.180
-
5.700 GHz; 19 channels

Rest of world: (
-
W)

• Uses IEEE 802.11d to identify band ranges
and channels

Support mode

=

• IEEE 802.11a

• IEEE 802.11b/g

• Autosensing; IEEE 802.11b/g preferred
over IEEE 802.11a



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• Autosensing; IEEE 802.11a preferred over
IEEE 802.11b/g

• Received signal strength indicator (RSSI)
(default)


Data rates

=

IEEE 802.1
1a:

• 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps

IEEE 802.11b:

• 1, 2, 5.5, and 11 Mbps

IEEE 802.11g:

• 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps

Nonoverlapping channels

=

• IEEE 802.11a: Up to 23 (including radar
channels)

• IEEE 802.11b/g: 3 (Japan can use 4)

W
ireless modulation

=

• IEEE 802.11a: OFDM

• IEEE 802.11b: Direct sequence spread
spectrum (DSSS)

• IEEE 802.11g: OFDM and DSSS

Receiver sensitivity

(typical)

=

IEEE 802.11a:

• 6 Mbps:
-
89 dBm

• 9 Mbps:
-
88 dBm

• 12 Mbps:
-
86 dBm

• 18 Mbps:
-
85 dBm

• 24 Mb
ps:
-
82 dBm

• 36 Mbps:
-
80 dBm

• 48 Mbps:
-
76 dBm

• 54 Mbps:
-
74 dBm

IEEE 802.11b:

• 1 Mbps:
-
95 dBm

• 2 Mbps:
-
89 dBm

• 5.5 Mbps:
-
89 dBm

• 11 Mbps:
-
85 dBm

IEEE 802.11g:

• 6 Mbps:
-
90 dBm

• 9 Mbps:
-
89 dBm

• 12 Mbps:
-
87 dBm

• 18 Mbps:
-
85 dBm

• 24 Mbps:

-
82 dBm

• 36 Mbps:
-
78 dBm

• 48 Mbps:
-
74 dBm

• 54 Mbps:
-
73 dBm


Transmitter output power

=

IEEE 802.11a OFDM:

• 40 mW (16 dBm)



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• 32 mW (15 dBm)

• 20 mW (13 dBm)

• 8 mW (9 dBm)

• 3.2 mW (5 dBm)

• 1 mW (0 dBm)

IEEE 802.11b CCK:

• 50 mW (17 dBm)

• 20 mW (
13 dBm)

• 8 mW (9 dBm)

• 3.2 mW (5 dBm)

• 1 mW (0 dBm)

IEEE 802.11g OFDM:

• 40 mW (16 dBm)

• 32 mW (15 dBm)

• 20 mW (13 dBm)

• 8 mW (9 dBm)

• 3.2 mW (5 dBm)

• 1 mW (0 dBm)

Range

(stated ranges are from
measured open
-
site range
testing)

Security features

=

IEEE 802.11a:

• 6 Mbps: 610 ft (186 m)

• 9 Mbps: 610 ft (186 m)

• 12 Mbps: 558 ft

(170 m)

• 18 Mbps: 541 ft

(165 m)

• 24 Mbps: 508 ft

(155 m)

• 36 Mbps: 426 ft

(130 m)

• 48 Mbps: 328 ft

(100 m)

• 54 Mbps: 295 ft (90 m)

IEEE 802.11b:

• 1 Mbps: 1,027 ft

(31
3 m)

• 2 Mbps: 951 ft (290 m)

• 5.5 Mbps: 853 ft

(260 m)

• 11 Mbps: 787 ft

(240 m)

IEEE 802.11g:

• 6 Mbps: 722 ft (220 m)

• 9 Mbps: 656 ft (200 m)

• 12 Mbps: 623 ft



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(190 m)

• 18 Mbps: 623 ft

(190 m)

• 24 Mbps: 623 ft

(190 m)

• 36 Mbps: 492 ft

(150 m)

• 48
Mbps: 410 ft

(125 m)

• 54 Mbps: 394 ft

(120 m)

Wireless security

=

Authentication:

• Wireless Security Suite IEEE 802.1X

• Lightweight Extensible Authentication
Protocol (LEAP) Authentication

• Protected Extensible Authentication
Protocol (PEAP) MS
-
CHAP v
2

• Extensible Authentication Protocol
-
Flexible Authentication via Secure
Tunneling (EAP
-
FAST)

• Extensible Authentication Protocol
-
Transport Layer Security (EAP
-
TLS)

• Wi
-
Fi Protected Access (WPA) Versions 1
and 2; Personal and Enterprise

• Centralized Ke
y Management (CCKM)

QoS

=

IEEE 802.11e/Wi
-
Fi Multimedia (WMM)

• Traffic Specification (TSPEC)

• Enhanced Distributed Channel Access
(EDCA)

• QoS Basic Service Set (QBSS)

Radar detection

=

Dynamic frequency selection (DFS) and
transmit power control (TPC)

according to
802.11h

Power save mode

=

• U
-
APSD

• Power Save Poll (PS
-
Poll)

Antenna


• Vertical and horizontal antennas

• Antenna switched diversity (5
-
GHz band
only)

Battery


• Standard lithium
-
ion (Li
-
ion) battery life:
up to 11.5 hours talk time and

150 hours
standby (Release 1.0.4 or later)

• Extended Li
-
ion battery life: up to 15.5
hours talk time and 200 hours standby
(Release 1.0.4 or later)



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• Actual battery life varies based on
environmental factors

Connector


USB 1.1 master and slave








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P PHONE, GIG ETHERNET, COLOR


CANTIDAD

2




CARACTERÍSTICA

CONDICIÓN

MÍNIMO

FCS Date


=

Sep
-
07

Integral Switch

=

10/100/1000

Display

=

Digital, 16
-
bit graphical backlit TFT Color, 5.6"

Touchscreen

=

Yes

Number of DNs supported

=

8

Programmable (lin
e) keys

=

8
-

Lighted

Programmable (soft) keys

=

5

Speakerphone

=

Yes

Headset Port

=

Yes, Wideband support

Wideband Audio

=

Yes

iLBC support

=

Yes

'5
-
way' navigation cluster

=

Yes

Headset Hookswitch Control
(aka Electronic Hookswitch)

=

Yes

XML Application Support

=

Yes

Extension Mobility

=

Yes

KEM (7914) support

=

Yes

KEM (7915/7916) support

=

Yes

Video Advantage Camera
support

=

Yes

Power Budget

=

12W

IEEE PoE Classification

=

Class 3

Power


other

=

Power cube, power injector

Sig
naling Protocols

=

SCCP/SIP

UC Manager support

=

4.1(3)sr5b or later

UC Manager Express support

=

4.1 or later

Device License Units required

=

5

Display

=

5.6
-
inch (14 cm) graphical TFT color
touchscreen display, 16
-
bit color depth,
320 x 240 effective

pixel resolution, with
backlight. Allows for greater flexibility of
features and applications, and significantly
expands the information viewed when
using features such as Services,
Information, Messages, and Directory.
Display also supports localization
requiring


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double
-
byte Unicode encoding for fonts.

Wideband Audio

=

Support for wideband (G.722 codec,
adherence to TIA 920), including handset,
headset, and speakerphone (see Q&A for
details).

Codec Support

=

G.711a, G.711µ, G.729a, G.729ab, G.722,
and i
LBC audio compression codecs are
supported (see Q&A for details).

Speakerphone

=

Full
-
duplex speakerphone with acoustic
echo cancellation.

Messages Key

=

Provides direct access to voicemail.

Directories Key

=

Ready access to missed, received or placed
c
alls (plus intercom history and directories).
Incoming messages are identified and
categorized on the display, allowing users
to quickly and effectively return calls using
direct dial
-
back capability. Corporate
directory integrates with the Lightweight
Dir
ectory Access Protocol Version 3 (LDAP3)
standard directory.

Settings Key

=

Allows user to adjust display brightness,
select background images (if available),
and select ringer sounds through the User
Preference menu. Network Configuration
preferences als
o can be set up (usually by
the system administrator). Configuration
can be set up either automatically or
manually for Dynamic Host Control
Protocol (DHCP), Trivial File Transfer
Protocol (TFTP), Unified Communications
Manager, and backup Unified
Communic
ations Manager instances.
Other available Settings submenus include
Device Configuration, Security
Configuration, and Model Information.

Services Key

=

Allows users to quickly access diverse
information such as weather, stocks, quote
of the day, or any We
b
-
based information
using XML.

Help Button

=

Online Help gives users information about
the phone keys, buttons, and features.

Speakerphone, Mute,
=

Speakerphone includes Speaker On/Off,


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and

Headset Buttons

Microphone Mute, and Headset buttons
that are li
t when active. For added security,
the audible dual tone multifrequency
(DTMF) tones are masked when the
speakerphone mode is used.

Navigation Cluster with
`Select' Button

=

Four
-
way navigation cluster allows users to
scroll vertically and horizontally. A
t the
center of the cluster is a `Select' button that
can be used for selection of an in
-
focus item
(for example, to open an underlying menu)

Display Button

=

Indicates when phone is in power
-
saving
sleep/inactivity mode (button is lit), and can
be used t
o awaken the display.
Inactivity
period is configured by the system
administrator.

Ethernet Switch

=

Internal 2
-
port Ethernet switch allows for a
direct connection to a 10/100/1000 BASE
-
T
Ethernet network through an RJ
-
45
interface with single LAN connect
ivity for
both the phone and a colocated PC. System
administrator can designate separate
VLANs (802.1Q) for the PC and phone,
providing improved security and reliability
of voice and data traffic.

Headset Port

=

Dedicated headset port eliminates the need
for a separate headset amplifier and
allows

the handset to remain in its cradle,
making headset use simpler.
Both
wideband (G.722) and narrowband
headsets are supported.

Volume Control

=

Provides easy decibel
-
level adjustments for
the speakerphone, handse
t, headset, and
ringer. The handset is hearing aid
-
compatible. Additional volume control gain
can be achieved using an inline handset
amplifier.

Adjustable Foot
-
Stand

=

Stand is adjustable from flat to 60 degrees
to provide optimum display viewing and
com
fortable use of all buttons and keys.
The foot
-
stand is keyed to match standard
wall
-
jack configurations for wall mounting.
Optional wall
-
mount brackets are also
offered.

Expansion Module
=

An optional add
-
on module, the Unified IP


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Support

Phone Expansion

Module 7914, provides 14
additional buttons for programming
directory numbers or speed dials.
Up to two
expansion modules may be used.

Multiple Ring Tones

=

More than 24 defined user
-
selectable ring
tones are available. Ring tones may also be
personalize
d through use of the Unified
Phone Application Suite.

Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA)
Features

=

Handset is hearing aid
-
compatible and
meets Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) loudness requirements
for the Americans with Disabilities Act
(ADA).

Section 508 loudness requirements
can be achieved using industry
-
standard
inline handset amplifiers such as Walker
Equipment W
-
10 or CE
-
100 amplifiers.
Dial
pad is also ADA
-
compliant.

Quality of Service
(QoS)

Options

=

Supports differentiated services co
de point
(DSCP) and 802.1Q/p standards.

Security

=

Positive device identity through X.509v3
Certificates, digitally signed images,
cryptographically secure provisioning, and
secure signaling and secure media with AES
-
128. The phone also contains an 802.1X

supplicant and supports EAPOL pass
-
through.

Language Support

=

Built
-
in support for more than 30
languages (dependent on Unified
Communications Manager version).

Configuration Options

=

IP address assignment can be statically
configured or configured th
rough the DHCP
client.









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ANEXO 2


CARTA DE PARTICIPACION



________________________________________________ En hombre del licitante que represento
manifiesto el interés en propio y de mi representado en participar en la Licitación Publica Nacio
nal,
convocada el

18 de Agosto del 2010

nùmero LPE
-
33058001
-
011
-
10

para el suministro del
SISTEMA DE
CONMUTADOR IP



Nombre.

____________________________________________

Registro Federal de Contribuyentes:

____________________________________________


D
atos de Documento, por medio del cual acredita su residencia.

___________________________________________________


Domicilio:

__________________________________



Calle y número

______


Numero



Colonia

:

__________________

Mu
nicipio:

_______________________

Estado de Baja California Sur

Código Postal:

___________



Teléfonos:

__________________

Fax:

________________

Correo electrónico:

________@_________

Monto a pagar:

$1,000.00
( MIL PESOS 00/100 M.N
)


Nombre de la
Persona que realiza el trámite.

_________________________________________


Enterado del Contenido y alcance del presente documento.

Firma de Conformidad del Participante.



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__________________________



ANEXO 3



SOLICITUD DE ACLARACIONES A LAS BASES


F
ECHA


NUM. LICITACIÓN:

33058001
-
011
-
10.

DESCRIPCIÓN


NOMBRE DEL CONCURSANTE
.
SERVICIO EL CALANDRIO S.A DE C.V.


NOMBRE DEL REPRESENTANTE:_______________________________________________


PREGUNTAS:

(PRECISAR EL PUNTO DE BASES O MENCIONAR EL ASPECT
O ESPECIFICO)

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________
__________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________
________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________
______________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________
____________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________



FIRMA DEL REPRESENTANTE





RESPUESTA DEL AREA CORRESPONDIENTE:

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

______
_______________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

___
__________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________




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FECHA

DIA



MES



AÑO


2010






ANEXO 4



“EXISTENCIA Y PERSONALIDAD JURIDICA DEL LICITANTE



( nombre )

Manifiesto bajo protesta de decir verdad,
que los datos aquí asentados son ciertos

y han sido debidamente verificados, así
como que cuento con facultades suficientes para comprometer por mí o por mí
representada, la propuesta en la presente Licitación Pública, en nombre y
representación de
( persona física o moral_____).


Regist
ro Federal de Contribuyentes:

Domicilio:


Calle y número:


Colonia

:

Delegación o Municipio:

Código Postal:

Entidad Federativa:

Teléfonos:

Fax:

Correo electrónico:


No. de la escritura en la que consta su Acta
Constitutiva:

Fecha:


Nombre, número y

lugar del Notario Público ante
el cual se dio Fe de la misma:


Fecha y datos inscripción en el Registro Público de
Comercio:


Relación de socios y/o accionistas:

Apellido Paterno: Apellido Materno:

Nombres:


Descripción del Objeto Social:


Reformas al Acta Constitutiva:


Nombre del apoderado o representante:

Datos del documento mediante el cual acredita su personalidad y facultades:

Escritura Pública Número:

Fecha:

Nombre número y lugar del notario público ante el cual se otorgó:




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Lugar y fecha


Protesto lo necesario



(Nombre y firma del representante legal)


ANEXO 5

CARTA PODER SIMPLE


OFICIALIA MAYOR DEL
GOBIERNO DEL

ESTADO DE

BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR.

PRESENTE



___________________________________,
BAJO PROTESTA DE DECIR VERDAD


(Nombre de quien otorga el poder)

MANIFIESTO QUE CUENTO CON FACULTADES SUFICIENTES PARA QUE EN MI


CARÁCTER DE __________________________________
______ DE LA EMPRESA


(Carácter que ostenta quien otorga el poder)

_____________________________________________________________________

(nombre del Licitante )


SEGÚN CONSTA EN EL TESTIMONIO NOTARIAL NUMERO _________ DE

FECHA
_________________ OTORGADO ANTE LA FE DEL NOTARIO PÙBLICO NUMERO ______ DE LA
CIUDAD DE _______________________ LIC.__________________

VENGO AUTORIZANDO A _____________________________ PARA QUE A NOMBRE DE MI
REPRESENTADA, SE ENCARGUE DE LAS SIGUI
ENTES GESTIONES ENTREGA Y RECEPCIÓN DE
DOCUMENTACIÓN, COMPARECER A LOS ACTOS DE JUNTA ACLARATORIA, PRESENTACIÓN Y
APERTURA DE PROPUESTAS TÉCNICAS Y ECONÓMICAS; Y HACER LAS ACLARACIONES QUE SE
DERIVEN DE DICHOS ACTOS RELACIONADOS CON LA LICITACIÓN PÚBLICA
NO. 33058001
-
011
-
10,
CONVOCADA POR EL GOBIERNO DEL ESTADO DE BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR.


LUGAR Y FECHA DE EXPEDICION.



NOMBRE Y FIRMA DE Q
UIEN
OTORGA EL PODER


NOMBRE Y FIRMA DE QU
IEN
RECIBE EL PODER







TESTIGOS





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NOMBRE DOMILIO Y FIR
MA


NOMBRE DOMILI
O Y FIRMA





ANEXO 6

DOMICILIO PARA OÌR Y RECIBIR NOTIFICACIONES.







OFICIALIA MAYOR DEL
GOBIERNO DEL

ESTADO DE BAJA CALIF
ORNIA SUR.

PRESENTE


CD. _________
a
_____
del Mes de
__________
de
2010


_____________________________________________________
____, que vengo
señalando como domicilio para oír y recibir notificaciones el ubicado en el Número __

De la Calle __________________________________ entre __________________ y

__________________________, Colonia _________________, Código Postal ______

De la Ciudad de __________________________________ municipio de ___________ en
el Estado de ________________________________.




Manifestando que en tanto no sea señalado por escrito un nuevo domicilio a El Gobierno
del Estado de Baja California Sur, este

prevalecerá para todos los efectos legales.







A t e n t a m e n t e.







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ANEXO 7

EXPERIENCIA Y CAPACIDAD TÉCNICA.




OFICIALIA MAYOR DEL
GOBIERNO DEL

ESTADO DE BAJA CALIF
ORNIA SUR.

PRESENTE



CON RELACIÓN A LAS BASES DE LA LICITACIÓN PÚBLICA
3
3058001
-
011
-
10,

MANIFIESTO BAJO PROTESTA
DE DECIR VERDAD:


LA RELACION

DE


CONTRATOS CELEBRADOS



CON


LA INICIATIVA PRIVADA



NOMBRE DEL CLIENTE.______________________________________

DOMICILIO COMPLETO. _____________________________________

TELÉF
ONO. _______________________________________________

NOMBRE DE LA PERSONA QUE ES EL CONTACTO. ______________


CON LOS TRES NIVELES DE GOBIERNO

NOMBRE DEL CLIENTE.______________________________________

DOMICILIO COMPLETO. _________________________________
____

TELÉFONO. _______________________________________________

NOMBRE DE LA PERSONA QUE ES EL CONTACTO. ______________




ASI MISMO AUTORIZO A EL GOBIERNO DEL ESTADO DE BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR, PARA


OBTENER POR SUS
PROPIOS MEDIOS, INFORMACIÓN REFERENTE A LA

RELACIÓN COMERCIAL Y EL GRADO DE CUMPLIMIENTO
DE LOS COMPROMISOS.






A T E N T A M E N T E.






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ANEXO 8

CARTA ACEPTACION DE BASES.



OFICIALIA MAYOR DEL
GOBIERNO DEL

ESTADO DE BAJA CALIF
ORNIA SUR.

PRESENTE





CON RELACIÓN A LAS BASES DE LA LICI
TACIÓN PÚBLICA
33058001
-
011
-
10,

MANIFIESTO BAJO PROTESTA DE
DECIR VERDAD:


QUE EN NOMBRE DEL LICITANTE QUE REPRESENTO, RECONOZCO HABER LEÍDO ÍNTEGRAMENTE EL
CONTENIDO DE LAS BASES, ANEXOS Y ACTA DE JUNTA DE ACLARACIONES, POR LO CUAL EN NOMBRE DE MI

REPRESENTADO ME SUJETO ÍNTEGRAMENTE A SU CONTENIDO Y LAS ACEPTO PARA EFECTOS DE
PARTICIPACIÓN EN LA SEÑALADA LICITACIÓN Y DE SER EL SUPUESTO DE INCUMPLIR CON ALGUNO DE SUS
REQUISITOS SER DESCALIFICADO.





A T E N T A M E N T E.















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ANEXO
9

DOC
UMENTO J.
-


NO SUPUESTO DEL ARTÌCULO 61 Y OTROS SUPUESTO DE IMPOSIBILIDAD PARA
PARTICIPAR.



OFICIALIA MAYOR DEL GOBIERNO DEL

ESTADO DE BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR.

PRESENTE






CON RELACIÓN A LAS BASES DE LA LICITACIÓN LPE
-
33058001
-
011
-
10 MANIFIESTO

BAJO PROTESTA DE
DECIR VERDAD:


1.

SER MAYOR DE EDAD.

2.

ESTAR EN PLENO EJERCICIO DE SUS DERECHOS.

3.

QUE EL LICITANTE Y/O SU REPRESENTANTE Y/O ACCIONISTAS NO SON
FUNCIONARIOS PUBLICOS DE ALGUNO DE LOS PODERES DEL ESTADO DE BAJA
CALIFORNIA SUR.

4.

QUE EL LICITANTE

Y/O SU REPRESENTANTE Y/O ACCIONISTAS NO DESEMPEÑA ALGUN
PUESTO DE ELECCION POPULAR EN ALGUNO DE LOS PODERES DEL ESTADO DE BAJA
CALIFORNIA SUR O EN SU REPRESENTACION EN EL CONGRESO DE LA UNION.

5.

QUE EL LICITANTE Y/O SU REPRESENTANTE Y/O ACCIONISTAS NO TI
ENE RELACION DE
PARENTESCO CONSANGUINEO O ENTENADO CON ALGUN FUNCIONARIO PUBLICO O
INTEGRANTE DE LOS PODERES DEL ESTADO DE B.C.S.

6.

QUE EL LICITANTE Y/O SU REPRESENTANTE Y/O ACCIONISTAS NO SE ENCUENTRAN EN
LOS SUPUESTOS DEL ARTÍCULO 61 DE LA LEY DE ADQUISIC
IONES, ARRENDAMIENTOS Y
SERVICIOS


DEL ESTADO DE BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR.



EN TERMINOS DE LAS


FRACCIONES IV Y XXV DEL ARTICULO 39 DE “LA LEY”, LA PRESENTACION DE

ESTE
DOCUMENTO CON LA INFORMACION SOLICITADA ES OBLIGATORIA, POR


LO QUE SU OMISION EN LA


PRES
ENTACION Y CONTENIDO EN LOS TERMINOS SOLICITADOS, SERA MOTIVO DE DESCALIFICACION.



A T E N T A M E N T E





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Anexo 10


ESCRITO DE INTEGRIDAD



OFICIALIA MAYOR DEL
GOBIERNO DEL

ESTADO DE BAJA CALIF
ORNIA SUR.

PRESENTE




Con relación a las Bases de la Lic
itación Pública
33058001
-
011
-
10
correspondiente Licitación Pública Nacional bajo protesta de decir verdad:


Que me abstendré por sí mismo o a través de interpósita persona, de adoptar
conductas para que los Servidores Públicos de la
“CONVOCANTE”
, in
duzcan o
alteren las evaluaciones de las
“PROPOSICIONES”
, el resultado del procedimiento,
u otros aspectos que otorguen condiciones más ventajosas para con el Licitante
que represento, con relación a los demás licitantes






A t e n t a m e n t e