Network Diagramming Software for Design
IVR Network Diagrams
Design Element IVR Network Diagrams
IVR diagrams visualize the logical and physical structure of IVR systems, where computer interact with callers using of voice and dual-tone multi-frequency signaling (DTMF) keypad inputs. They are used to develop, operate and maintain the IVR systems for inbound and outbound call centers and voice mail systems.
ConceptDraw has 1004 vector stencils in the 40 libraries that helps you to start using software for designing own Cisco Network Diagrams. You can use the appropriate stencils from Interactive Voice Response library with 35 objects.
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Design Elements — IVR (Windows, Macintosh).
ConceptDraw solution Computer and Networks provides Interactive Voice Response library of 35 vector stencils for drawing the IVR network diagrams.
Use these libraries of design elements to visualize the logical and physical structure of IVR systems for inbound and outbound call centers and voice mail systems.
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All computer networks differ by various params, and their size is one of them. As global area networks are the biggest, personal area (PAN) networks are the smallest. Personal computers, smartphones and other devices that have possibility to connect to Internet form a personal network.
This diagram was created using ConceptDraw Computer Network Diagrams to represent a typical components of Personal area network. A personal area network (PAN) is the connection of IT devices around an individual person. This sample of personal area network involves a notebook, a personal digital assistant (PDA), and a portable printer. Commonly a PAN contains such wireless devices as mouse, keyboard, smartphone and tablet. A wireless connection is typical for a PAN.
Picture: Personal area (PAN) networks. Computer and Network Examples
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This office layout plan is an example of a typical office furniture and equipment arrangement. This drawing provides a graphic view of the office area and its facilities including furniture and office equipment. It can be used as template which represent, desks, files, and other pieces of equipment that can be re-arranged according the certain requirements to office space and facilities. The vector graphic objects that represent various office layout elements such as special office furniture and equipment can help you to shape a number of creative ideas and develop your office layout plan.
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When describing any computer network, we imagine a set of devices and nodes, arranged in some way. Talking about network structures, we should distinguish physical and logical network topologies, as physical topology is about devices location and logical topology illustrates data flow. In the same time, they do not have to match, and some devices, such as repeaters, may have a physical star layout, but a bus logical topology.
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Picture: Network Topologies