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HUAWEI SMC2.0 (Service Management System 2.0) is a next-generation, open videoconferencing service management system for the unified control and management of videoconferencing assets. Its powerful management capabilities enable corporate IT managers, administrators and end users to communicate and collaborate effortlessly, improving efficiency, productivity, and decision making.

Centralized Management of Video Communication Resources

Administrators can manage a complete portfolio of videoconferencing resources with one device, including MCUs, GK/SIP servers, recording devices, and video endpoints.

Powerful device management functions include auto detection, batch parameter configuration, visualized network topology and management, locked parameters for consistent operation, batch software version management and upgrade, querying and handling of alerts, and parameters configuration and alerts management for mainstream endpoints.

Flexible and easy-to-create statistical reports deliver video resource usage updates in real time for more efficient resource management and efficient decision making.

Administrators can flexibly manage large-scale videoconferencing networks by deploying MCUs and gatekeepers in geographically dispersed corporate branches as well as balance MCU cloud resource center loads with internal backup or between MCUs to improve resource utilization and conference reliability.

The Nlog end-to-end quality-monitoring function empowers operators to monitor conference quality and analyze fault history.

Hierarchical and Role-Based Authentication for Multiple Users

Large enterprises can categorize users according to corporate organizational structures and define or assign user roles and access rights depending on organizational architecture.

Graphics-based tree architecture displays show usage by individual users.

Operators can establish large-scale video operating networks to provide hierarchical and role-based virtual operation services for multiple corporations

Users Can Communicate and Collaborate Anytime and Anywhere

SMC2.0 provides an easy-to-use User Interface (UI) that enables users to conveniently schedule conferences, view the status of conference rooms, choose appropriate conference times and sites, and send conference notices to participants via email.

Conference templates and conference history functions allow users to define and schedule large cascaded conferences. The SMC2.0 system also allows automatic cascading of MCUs as needed with seamless management of multisite calls.

SMC2.0 can be integrated with Office Automation (OA) systems. For example, users can schedule conferences, cancel conferences, and view the availability of participants or conference rooms with the integrated Outlook application. Conference notifications are automatically added to participants’ Outlook calendars.

Users can join a conference by using the “One-Click-to-Join” button on the touchscreen or by initiating an ad-hoc conference with a unified access number.

GK/SIP Servers Offer Greater Flexibility for Network Deployment and Management

Support for dual protocols (H.323 and SIP) provides networking flexibility for diverse videoconferencing scenarios.

Embedded GK/SIP server allows for easy integration with existing networks.

SMC2.0 adds the ability to manage multiple independent switch centers (GK/SIP server) and support for firewall traversal, partition management, B2B calls, and call routing.

Open and Standard Interfaces Enable Interoperability with Third-Party Systems

SMC2.0 provides APIs for integration with other vendor products and seamless integration with Microsoft® Active Directory and OA systems.

SMC2.0 seamlessly integrates with other mainstream video surveillance platforms by streaming surveillance camera video directly to video conferences.

Communication standards ITU-T H.323, IETF SIP
Other supported standards H.225, H.245, Q.931, H.235, TCP/IP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, Telnet, SSH, SNMP, LDAP/H350, SOAP, RTP, RTCP, H.460, SNP
Functions and features User management Hierarchical and role-based management of users Support for user logins from web interfaces
Device management Unified management for all devices including MCUs, telepresence, endpoints, recording servers, and GK/SIP server
Telepresence system architecture can be viewed in graphics-based topology displays
Management for multivendor endpoints
Auto detection, device status query, device configuration template, batch parameter configuration and modification, locked parameters, batch software version management and upgrade, device status query, alerts processing, and operation logs viewable on the web
Conference scheduling Features include MCU virtual resource, SiteCall, ad hoc conference, conference activation, and recurring conference.
Conferences can be scheduled from the web interface or Outlook. When scheduling conferences, users can view the free or busy status of each participant or each site.
Conference notifications can be sent via emails
Conference cascading Users can schedule and manage cascaded conferences automatically or manually.
Conference control Users can add or delete participants, mute speakers, mute microphones, broadcast sites, view sites, and set continuous presence mode.
Conference quality display End-to-end conference quality, such as packet loss, jitter, delay, and the number of consecutive lost packets is displayed on graphs in real time.
The system supports threshold alarms and data export
Billing, reports, and CDRs Users can define conference billing codes.
The system supports CDR text files, reporting of conference statistics and site usage, and MCU usage.
GK/SIP Server functions Functions include node management, blacklist /whitelist, call control, number change, bandwidth management, zone management, routing management, and SIP proxy
System backup Support for 1+1 redundancy backup
Third-party integration and APIs Integration with Microsoft ActiveDirectory
Integration with Microsoft Exchange Server
Integration with Microsoft Lync2010TM/OCS2007R2
Third-party APIs
Multiple languages English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Polish, Japanese, Simplified and Traditional Chinese
Chinese and English online help
System performance Registrations 1000
Concurrent calls 1000
Manageable sites 10,000
Operating environment Operating system Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (R2) Standard
Support for Chinese and English operating systems
Database Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2
Hardware environment Dimensions (H x W x D):
87.5 mm x 448 mm x 700 mm; supports 19-inch standard cabinet
Power supply:
2 x 750W plug-and-play power supplies, 1+1 redundancy, 110V/220V support
2 x Intel® Xeon® quad-core processors
8 GB
Hard disk:
2 x 300 GB hard disks
Input and output:
2 x GE interface boards (RJ-45) and TOE (TCP/IP Offload Engine) support
4 x USB 2.0 ports (two ports on the front board and two ports on the rear board)
1 x 10/100M network port for maintenance (RJ-45), 1 x DB9 serial port, and 1 x DB15 VGA port

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