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PBX
Fully functional telephony device with IVR, VoiceMail and custom call routing features. Up to 50 extensions with full feature set.
Gateway
Smart routing with DSL/Cable and 3G/4G switching. Routing or bridging functionality support for suite your needs.
Dev Platform
Develop your own telephony/networking solution. All source code available, Open Source telephony appliance with 3G/4G data.
Router
Connect your office with IP and telephony features; Full feature set PBX and Firewall with NAT.
Modular Appliance
Expand as you grow, add new modules as you need them. Mix mobile, PSTN and VoIP lines, least-call routing.
Recording Device
Record your Analog, Digital and VoIP calls.
SIP
VoIP trunks and stations.
PRI
Prime rate for digital trunks.
FXO
Analog trunks for PSTN connectivity.
FXS
Analog phones for POTS connectivity.
IP
Internet connectivity with build in Firewall.
LTE
4G data, with up to 100Mbps connectivity.
GSM
Mobile trunks for remote locations.
BRI
Basic rate for your digital trunks and stations.
Control
Control how to handle your incoming calls and how make outbound calls using the most effective calling rates.
Bridge
Operating at layer 2 will switch packets between Ethernet Interfaces.
Route
Standard operating mode, bridging between Ethernet ports and/or WAN; NAT with basic firewalling.
Record
Active recording for all calls, digital, ananlog, mobile and VoIP.
Land
Support for Analog, Digital, IP and mobile trunks plus Broadband and LTE for data connectivity.
Air
Towers, mountains and other remove locations where telephony and date is necessary.
Mobile
Events, trailers with mobile trunks and 3G/4G data connectivity.
Water
Oil Rigs with mobile trunks and 3G/4G data connectivity.

Product Specification

Develop all your voice and data communication applications on a single telephony device using fixed-mobile convergence technology.

The PIKA WARPTM Telephony Appliance is ideal for telephony application development of all kinds. This product provides a small, low-cost, integrated and reliable computer replacement for deployment of telephony applications in the Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) and Small/Medium Enterprises (SME) markets. Completely customizable, it is compatible with VoIP phones as well as analog sets. Unlike your typical computer or appliance, PIKA has covered all your customer’s traditional telephony requirements. The configuration of the WARP is modular and can include up to 2 additional connectivity modules in a combination of FXO / FXS / BRI / GSM plus VoIP stations and trunks. The PIKA WARPTM Telephony Appliance is designed to address businesses with up to 100 users.

For Asterisk developers looking for a hardware platform with Asterisk pre-integrated, the PIKA WARPTMAppliance is a cost-effective alternative for your small business customers. If you have some development expertise, you can add your own Asterisk-based application, add your own GUI, and brand the LCD screen with your own company logo and/or product name.

Further easing the development exercise is the PIKA-provided DAHDI interface to the telephony modules. This DAHDI interface will provide for a smooth integration with Asterisk and serves to maintain your development investment on other DAHDI based platforms.

The PIKA WARPTM Telephony Appliance has all your requirements covered:

  • Debian operating system and x86 architecture make for straightforward development
  • Fixed-mobile convergence means you can provide wireless voice (GSM, UMTS) and data (UMTS/3G, LTE/4G) to enterprise markets and remote/mobile work sites
  • Develop communications applications using Asterisk
  • Develop many applications including, fixed line, mobile and SIP PBX, IVR, dialer, call logging, etc. just as you would on your PC

Features & Benefits

  • x86 architecture
  • eSATA interface
  • VoUMTS (3G) and VoLTE (4G) networks
  • Mini PCIe (2)
  • FAX over GSM
  • Intel Atom E620 600MHz processor
  • Additional DSP-based processing option
    • provides G.729 transcoding and hardware-based echo cancellation
  • 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
  • USB host port (v2.0)
  • Optional Expansion Modules (max 2): 4-port FXS station, 4-port FXO trunk, 2-port / 4-channel and 4-port / 8-channel BRI modules and 2- and 4-port GSM, UMTS and LTE
  • 1 mini PCIe expansion slot with internal SIM slot for UMTS, LTE, WiMax, WiFi, Bluetooth modules
  • 1 external USB 2 connector for UMTS, LTE, WiMax, WiFi, Bluetooth modules
  • 4-port FXO module contains a power failure transfer jack (RJ-11)
  • Audio in, Audio out jacks for music on hold and paging functions
  • Brandable LCD screen
    • 40 characters (2 x 20), backlit display and scroll button
  • Power LED
  • Real-time clock
  • Common TDM clock (applicable when 2 optional TDM modules are present)
  • External universal power supply with country variant plugs
  • Standalone, stackable, wall mountable or rack mountable
  • Dynamic thermal management
  • Internal RS232 programming port

Reliability/Quality

We worked long and hard on the initial design of the WARP hardware platform to ensure reliability, longevity, and quality.

Here are a few of the procedures and tests that we completed during the design process:

  • We selected telephone interface chips that have a proven history of reliable operation in the field
  • The processor core was based on an established reference design from AMCC
  • We paid close attention to maintaining good signal integrity of all electrical signals to maximize noise immunity and prevent errors
  • We designed the digital circuits for worst case timing
  • We derated components for power and voltage ratings to ensure they would not be highly stressed so they would last longer
  • We included ESD protection devices on inputs to help protect the system from damage
  • We designed the plastic enclosure for the wide range of thermal loads expected and included a fan to ensure that thermal stress would be limited
  • We designed the telephony interfaces for, and verified that they met, regulatory interconnect requirements for US, Canada and Europe including lightning surge tests and ESD
  • We designed the product for, and verified that it would meet, regulatory safety requirements for US, Canada and Europe including drop test, impact test and power line cross test
  • We conducted long duration stress testing of hardware and diagnostic testing of software to ensure that operation would be stable over long periods of time
  • We verified that the product would operate correctly overstated, wide operating temperature range by running long duration diagnostic software stress tests at various operating temperatures

Technical Specification

Category
Details

Dimensions (Metric)

234mm W x 169mm D x 55mm H

Dimensions (Imperial)

9.25” W x 6.65” D x 2.18”H

Input Voltage

AC 110V-240V (50-60 Hz)

Max Input Power

24W

Operating Temperature

0 °C to +45 °C

Storage Temperature

-20 °C to +85 °C

Humidity, Non-condensing

5% to 95%

Expansion Modules

2

Expansion Module Types

4 FXS / station, 4 FXO / trunk (+PFT),
2-port / 4-channel BRI, 4-port / 8-channel BRI,
2-port GSM, 4-port GSM

 

WARP Mobile PBX

An On-Premise Mobile PBX. Up to eight wireless trunks.

Challenge: Providing wireless voice (GSM, UMTS) and data (UMTS/3G, LTE/4G) to enterprise markets and remote / mobile worksites

Solution: PIKA WARPTM Telephony Appliance with mobile PBX and/or gateway capability

Benefits: Increase your market share by providing more connectivity options where landlines are an issue
Providing telecom services to enterprise markets and remote / mobile worksites can be a difficult task; infrastructure challenges can interfere with progress and installing fixed line telephone cables may be costly. The PIKA WARPTM Telephony Appliance (Mobile PBX) allows mobile operators to quickly and easily deploy a high performance mobile PBX while still having fixed line options.

The PIKA WARPTM Telephony Appliance is perfect for those wanting to provide voice, data, SMS and fax functionality. The solution is ideal for remote worksites such as oil rigs and construction sites where landlines are not always available, for businesses wanting to cut the cord on landlines or who have a need to create a bring your own device (BYOD) solution.

Features and Benefits

  • Provide GSM / VoLTE* trunking through the mobile network
  • Offers UMTS (3G) and LTE (4G) for a converged fixed-mobile data solution
  • Offers interoperability and switching between mobile and landline interfaces
  • Appliance can be locked to specific operator for GSM, UMTS (3G) and LTE (4G) networks
  • Handles up to 50 simultaneous calls and 200 connected IP endpoints
  • Connect to the internet, check email, process payment transactions, send an SMS message with a single on-premise appliance
  • Provides fax over GSM (network support required)
  • Mulit channel GSM, SIP over LTE and VoLTE* (up to 8 separate mobile channels)
  • G.729 transcoding in hardware and hardwarebased echo cancellation (optional)
  • Intuitive GUI for easy set-up enables end-users to fully configure appliance
  • Two Ethernet interfaces: LAN, WAN
  • One UMTS (3G) or LTE (4G) interface
  • Multilingual support
  • Single consolidated interface to configure appliance and phones
  • Auto-provisioning for PIKA phone sets (other manufacturers supported upon request)
  • Available telephony modules include: FXO, FXS, BRI, GSM
  • Future modules to include: VoLTE*, PRI*, 4WIRE*
  • Optional modules include: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth

Industries Served

Bring voice and data connectivity to businesses that were traditionally challenging to serve, including (but not limited to):

  • Mobile operators
  • Developing countries and remote geographic locations
  • Aviation
  • Oil rigs
  • Construction
  • Mining
  • Shipping
  • Emergency services
  • Agriculture operations
  • Military
  • Campaign offices
  • Travelling festivals and events
  • Temporary offices

 

WARP Radio Dispatch ATA

For SIP-based Dispatch Consoles

Challenge: Connecting radios to outside telephone lines where mission-critical communication systems are required

Solution: PIKA WARPTM Radio Dispatch ATA for SIP-based consoles

Benefit: Increase market share by being able to offer an ATA solution where a landline connection is required

The PIKA WARPTM Radio Dispatch ATA provides the ability to connect telephones lines from either a local Telco provider or an on-premise PBX to your SIP-based radio console. In many radio console deployments it is not only necessary to bring together radio conversations but also to connect to the outside world using telephone lines. The WARP Radio Dispatch ATA provides this functionality in 4 and 8 line densities with unlimited access to SIP extensions on the dispatch console. Configuration is a breeze and can be accomplished in mere moments without any expert knowledge of SIP.

Features and Benefits

  • 4 and 8 line units allow for flexible line configurations. Multiple units can be used for even
    higher densities.
  • Provisioning of the unit is accomplished quickly and easily using a simple configuration file downloaded to the unit using a USB stick. No expert knowledge of SIP and/or telephone lines is required.
  • Clear audio without echo ensures a comfortable conversation. On-board hardware echo cancelation removes annoying echo which is commonly problematic when calls are traversing from SIP to analog telephone lines.
  • Multiple transfer mechanisms provide extensive call handling capabilities. Calls can be transferred to other SIP extensions either locally on the ATA itself or optionally transferred by the far end PBX or Telco.
  • Virtually limitless SIP extension capabilities allow the ATA to be connected to a multitude of SIP extensions on the dispatch consoles.
  • Grouping of SIP extensions (ring groups) allow for incoming calls to ring simultaneously on many SIP endpoints, even across multiple dispatch consoles.
  • SIP extensions have a direct relationship with a physical telephone line ensuring that dedicated lines are always associated to the appropriate SIP extension(s) for both incoming and outgoing calls.
  • Telex interoperability tested
Radio Dispatch ATA

WARP Plus

PIKA Technologies is one of the few BroadSoft® partners to offer CPE hardware solutions to complement BroadWorks®. WARP Plus is an ideal solution for hosted PBX service providers who face challenges to offer common functions that come standard with most on-premise PBX systems.PIKA WARP Plus

WARP Plus supports four applications running individually or simultaneously. All are compatible with the Device Manager from BroadWorks. A web-based configuration GUI greatly eases installation and deployment. Based on the WARP Appliance, WARP Plus also leverages traditional telephony expansion modules (SIP, FXO, FXS, BRI, GSM) for local connectivity.

On-Premise Paging provides an effective paging function and has been identified as a “must have” feature to
convert SMB customers from traditional PBX’s to cloud-based hosted PBX solutions. Once installed at the customer premise, zone-paging and all-page announcements are redirected through the WARP Plus to the speakers of each IP phone in the page group. The WARP Plus effectively offloads the unusual WAN bandwidth spikes associated with paging to the LAN network and lessens the number of ports required on the edge device, while providing the local paging function that users of traditional legacy PBX systems are familiar with. Overhead speaker systems can also be driven without additional hardware and cost by using the line-out audio port or the on-board FXS port.

Music on Hold (MOH) provides a very convenient way for customers to connect their own music on hold source
(iPod, radio, cd player etc.) through a 3.5mm connector on the WARP at the customer premise. Customers can
now easily play customized audio content when placing callers on hold. In comparison to an ATA, installation is
simplified and reliability is greatly enhanced.

IP Survivability provides a wireless back-up connection should the IP link to the provider’s switching platform
go down. Both local survivability and external survivability are supported. In the event of an outage, calls are
transparently routed through the WARPs GSM trunks. Incoming calls are also supported. In comparison to
commonly used wireline FXO ports, utilizing prepaid GSM trunks can greatly reduce monthly expenses associated with IP Survivability.

GSM Least Cost Routing (LCR) allows the user to select the path of outbound communications based on cost. It is very common that landline-to-cell phone calls are much more expensive then cell phone-to-cell phone calls. WARP LCR provides a means to allow the desk phone to emulate a cell phone. Service providers can offer their customers the ability to direct calls outwardly through a GSM gateway reducing the overall monthly phone bill to the end customer.

WARP Plus comes from PIKA’s 20+ years of developing telephony solutions. It’s built on the commercial grade
WARP Appliance and benefits from an attractive, brandable appearance in a small form factor. It is eco-friendly,
consuming low power and the solid-state design insures reliable operation.