NX 4500/6500 Integrated Services Platform - Motorola Solutions USA

NX 4500/6500 Integrated Services Branch Office Platform: Simple Management and Application Delivery


NX4500/6500 Integrated Services Platform
  • NX4500/6500 Integrated Services Platform


Until today, delivering mobile voice and data services required as many as five separate networking appliances in each branch office — each with its own management interface. Now, with the NX 4500/6500, you can extend wired and wireless networking, telephony services and the most advanced mobile applications with one appliance and one management interface. The result? Connecting branch office workers is easier and costs less, yet you deliver more services.

Features and Benefits

Converged wired and wireless networking
• WiNG 5 Wireless Controller
• 24-port PoE Ethernet switch
• Router (T1 and Ethernet WAN interfaces)
• Firewall and VPN
• AAA services
• Wireless IDS/IPS

Unified management at branch
Manage all branch services from a single interface

Centralized management and control by NX 9000
Entire network of distributed branch sites can be controlled and managed at the NOC, so IT resources can be minimized.

Motorola applications
• WiNG 5 Controller
• Branch IP communications services
    - Comprehensive telephony feature set including IVR and auto-attendant.
    - EDP 101/104 Enterprise Desk Phones and EWP 2100/3100 WLAN smartphones
    - Optimized call routing based on time of day, link availability and presence-based logic
• TEAM Communicate services
    - Mobile extension to PBX over WLAN or cellular
    - Enterprise text
    - Enterprise-grade Push-to-talk (PTT)
    - Interoperability with two-way radios via Radio Link
    - Support for third-party smartphones
• Proximity Awareness and Analytics
• Workforce Management
• mCommerce and mobile loyalty
• Guest access
• Video
• Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

Virtualized framework for third-party applications
Organically developed and third-party applications can be hosted on the NX 4500/6500, reducing the need for additional computing hardware

General expansion interface
Four general expansion slots support expansion modules for T1/E1, telephony and other interface modules


At a Glance