System Features

OpenTouch Enterprise Cloud is the most flexible, feature-rich hosted voice service available. Designed with the architectural flexibility to deploy as a fully hosted service, as a traditional customer-premises system or any combination in between, OpenTouch Enterprise Cloud also provides hundreds of voice features that address even the most stringent and unique use case requirements.

NUMBERING PLAN
Internal and external calls
Services (prefix) and codes (suffix)
DDI transcoding :
transcoding by ranges
transparent mode (without transcoding)
Numbering discriminator : multi translators :
multi-tenants ARS
several public and private translators
multi numbering plan
several DDI translators
Special prefix for carrier operator call
CALL BARRING
Call barring control based on :
numbering pattern : digits (0 to 9), characters (*, #), wild card digits, tone detection, delay
number of digits or open numbering
numbering area (direction)
route list and schedule numbers (LCR / ARS)
CLASS OF SERVICE
Categories for :
set
trunk
hunting group
attendant
Categories types :
connection
data connection
transfer (all types)
feature (intrusion, DND, call-back request,…, …)
automatic call set-up on going off-hook (immediate, delayed)
charging
public trunk access & barring
DISA and external forwarding
Compatibility control between terminations :
during call set up
when transfer
Number of connection categories defined by system parameter
TRUNKS AND TRUNK GROUPS
STANDARD TRUNKS
Category (type of trunk, signalling mode …)
Outgoing direct selection (prefix)
Cyclic seizure of trunks
Direct trunk selection & supervision
Incoming call direct routing to a set
Compatibility check between trunks and trunk group
Trunk group reservation by attendant
Supervision
Overflow (busy, out of service, reserved by attendant)
Busy tone detection & simulated tone
Dialling mode on outgoing call (number of digits, pulse / DTMF, private / public, block / overlap)
Dialling digit correction (with block mode dialling)
DTMF/Pulse end to end signalling
Priority calls (ringing, message on display)
Specific trunk group for paging
Trunk group specialization for voice / data
ISDN TRUNKS
Multi ISDN releases (per trunk group) on the same node
Several public links in the same trunk group
Multiple directions on same physical link
Complete or fractional link
Time slots specialization (incoming, outgoing, mixed)
User mode functionning
Site number management
CLIR management for the site
HUNTING GROUPS
Call distribution mode (timed) :
sequential
cyclic
priority calls
parallel
Number of allowed waiting calls (% on number of sets)
Categories (set takes connection & public trunk access)
Group overflow to set, attendant or hunting group
Automatic call back on busy
Manageable time out pause between calls
Leave or join a group (by prefix)
Multiline in hunting group :
present call if no key is used
consider multiline as monoline for overflow (MAO)
Temporary leaving (re-entering) the group by prefix
Restrictions :
set belonging to several hunting groups
attendants in hunting group
S0 set in hunting group
MINIMESSAGING
4 types of minimessaging in the system :
general minimessaging on :
8 series, 9 series terminal
Reflexes IP A4035-IP, A4037, A4037F sets
Reflexes UA MRx sets
Reflexes UA / IP attendants
attendant specific minimessaging
manager / secretary minimessaging
ISDN minimessaging (UUS)
Services used with mailbox stored messages :
creating and sending messaging at idle state
creating and sending messages on no reply or busy
messages consultation
messages consultation with call back
messages consultation with send back message
Services with immediate message display :
absence messages
manager / Secretary minimessaging
attendant minimessaging to user
Types of minimessages :
preprogrammed messages (MAO)
partially programmed messages (MAO) : to be completed by user
fully programmable messages by user
PHONE BOOK / DIRECTORY
Dial by :
name
name & first name
initials
Compatible terminals :
8 serie, 9 serie
Reflexes IP : A4035-IP, A4020-IP, A4037, A4037F, A4022, A4022F
Reflexes UA : A4035, A4020, A4034, A4023, A4012
DECT / PWT : Mobile Reflexes, A4073, A4074, A4075
Automatic phonetic research (for French, Italian and Portuguese)
Phone book printing with MAO
Abbreviated dialling number in phone book
ISO-latin1 alphabet
Multiple names in phone book for 1 number
Red list : MAO to exclude user from phone book
Overflow on LDAP directory :
phone book overflow on external directory on LDAP server
automatic overflow in case of unsuccessfull internal phone book search
possible overflow by softkey in case of successfull internal phone book search
external or internal numbers
multiple LDAP servers
AUDIO SERVICES
Listening tones and voice guides for test
TONES
Tones indicating call states (ringing, busy, ….)
Feedback tone :
when digit is dialed
except when suffix numbering during ring back tone on local calls
except when numbering during camp-on
Programmable tones (frequency, cadencing)
MUSIC ON HOLD
Internal music based on :
GD/GA
CPU6
GPA2
Z20VG
Mutual aid between GD / GA
External device connected on :
AFU daughter board on GD
Z interface
CPU
Use of music on hold :
for local and internal calls
per trunk group (external, tie-line, paging)
VOICE GUIDES
Internal voice guides :
static messages :
generic part for all countries + standard part per country
delivered on CD-ROM and transfered to OmniPCX at installation
dynamic messages :
customer specific
recorded with A4035x, A4037x, 8 serie, 9 serie
available recording duration on GPA2 displayed on recording terminal
recorded with Alcatel Audio Station
based on :
GD/GA
CPU6
GPA2
Z20VG
VG/SUVG
mutual aid between GD / GA
External voice guides on Z interface
Use of messages :
voice prompt
call center
Integrated Automated Attendant (IAA)
DISA
greeting messages depending on callee’s status :
per system
per entity
waiting message for attendant calls
waiting message per entity
voice guides on busy ABC link
hotel and hospital
Handling of messages :
multilanguage on user’s choice
connection to voice guides per user :
lists (MAO) of voice guides to be connected
a list is assigned to each user (MAO)
switch (and back) from dedicated list to list 1 by prefix
messages start-up choice by MAO (random or beginning of message)
backup tones if voice guidance failure / busy
MUSIC CHANNEL
Listening of external audio source connected on Z interface (radio channel, …)
Activation by prefix
Automatic release in case of incoming call or appointment reminder
BACKGROUND MUSIC
Listening of audio source based on :
external device connected on Z interface (radio channel, …)
internal voice guides
Compatible terminals :
8 serie, 9 serie
Reflexes UA / IP
Activation by programmable key(s)
Possible actions during listening :
incoming call or appointment reminder with :
automatic hold of background music at call beginning
automatic resuming of background music at call release
release by programmable key
PAGING SYSTEM
Connectivity of external paging system :
eMG APA board
ACT NDDI board
Centralized paging system
Making call through paging :
Access to paging (from single call and enquiry call) :
direct access :
by prefix
by softkey on Reflexes / 8 serie / 9 serie
direct access if the called set is forwarded to paging :
on call forwarding (unconditional, no reply)
overflow on associate
if called set is also filtered -> call routed to secretary
by suffix if the called set is not forwarded to paging
Transfer after enquiry call to pager :
before paging answer for attendant and sets with softkeys
after answer for all
Detection of pager in the rack from a set :
if pager in the rack -> ring called party set for internal caller
if pager in the rack -> follow trunk/entity routing table for external caller
Queuing on busy paging trunk group
Repetitive bip on pager after timeout on no reply
Dedicated voice guides for internal caller during paging
Displayed on pager (MAO) : directory number, trunk and trunk group number, answer prefix
Answer to paging from set :
By calling back the displayed directory number (call me)
By prefix (meet – me)
Send message from set to pager :
Decadic or DTMF mode during call set-up
Digit message to pager (Q23 transparency) with voice guide invitation
CALL DISTRIBUTION
Flexible routing for incoming calls and no replied calls
Centralized attendant group
Call distribution in attendant group : longest idle, cyclic, parallel
Call distribution dependant on installation status (day, night, forward1, forward2)
Public trunk access & barring per installation status
Incoming call distribution to :
attendant / attendant group
set / hunting group
greeting message
voice mail
automated attendant
DISA
call center group
Time period table based on incoming routing to :
attendant / attendant group
set / hunting group
voice mail
automated attendant
private network number
call center group
night service otherwise
Night service :
night service management by attendant console
Assigned Night Answer (ANA)
Unassigned Night Answer (UNA)
reply to unassigned night service
UNA call pick-up per entity
UNA directed call pick-up if not in the same entity
INTEGRATED AUTOMATED ATTENDANT
Possibility to have incoming calls in one node and IAA in another node
Monolanguage
Statistics on external device :
number of access per leave
number of successfull access
number of unsuccessfull access
number of backward path
number of timeout overflow
MAO and system reset
Greeting messages (on no reply or busy) :
Available for :
attendant console
attendant console group
entity
hunting group
abbreviated number
Different greeting messages depending on caller and callee rights
Different greeting mess. depending on status of instal. (day, night) and caller id.
Possibility to cancel attendant greeting mess. if attend. console idle and/or busy
Dissuasion guide for Internal caller using public network (on attendant call)
Caller rights per trunk group or on ISDN caller identification
Voice guidance on DDI set call (on no reply or busy) :
Voice guide with DTMF choice (one digit)
Automatic MAO pre-programmed choices on time-out (if no operation of caller)
4 fixed / installation choices per menu (waiting, voice mail, attendant, IAA)
Callee status indication : no reply or busy
Caller rights per trunk group or on ISDN caller identification
Caller and callee rights for greeting messages and choices per menu
First DTMF key detection for set decadic to DTMF switching
Callee set filtering and forwarding priority on IAA choice
Different voice guidances depending on the two status of installation (day, night)
Automated Attendant :
Voice guide for information with automatic routing
Voice guide with DTMF choice (one digit or directory number selection)
Automatic MAO pre-programmed choices on time-out (if no operation of caller)
Different tree access depending on status of instal. (day, night) and caller id.
Caller rights per trunk group or on ISDN caller identification
First DTMF key detection for set decadic to DTMF switching
Listening again the voice guide
Step by step back function
AA per entity routing
AA routing to :
set
hunting group
abbreviated number
attendant
attendant group
voice mail
voice guides
PROTECTION SERVICES
DO NOT DISTURB
Do Not Disturb (DND) activated by user
DND programming from attendant console
DND override
PROTECTION AGAINST
Set intrusion
Attendant intrusion
Set loudspeaker call
Temporary against intrusion (managed by user set)
Permanent against intrusion (managed by MAO)
Call waiting bip
Individual call pick-up
Override on forwarding / DND
Call forwarding
Remote call forwarding
Multiline overringing
Incoming calls (direct or enquiry)
Malicious minimessaging (set category)
Malicious STAP per user
PERSONAL PASSWORD
Password characters : 0 to 9, *, #, A, B, C, D
Personal password manageable from set
Personal password for :
moving
set lock override for DOD
set unlock
substitution and DISA
“booth” set (hotel feature)
DND
general minimessaging consultation
programming individual repertory
interphony on guide key
associate on guide key
key programming
follow-me
remote forwarding
private call
consultation of no replied calls repertory
Protection :
Incident emitted on password error
Automatic lock after n (MAO) tries
Timed lock after n (MAO) tries
PADLOCK
Set lock / unlock
Bypass night barring category (retrieve day category)
Locks for external barring capability
On Guide key :
the Prog key
the melody choice
keys and individual repertory consultation
language modification
On Mail key :
call back consultation
general minimessaging consultation (password)
absence message modification
By prefix :
CLIR
call forwarding : local or remote
overflow
hunting group : in/out
reading charging counters
programming individual repertory for analog and 4001 sets
language modification
LCD contrast on sets with display
voice guides modification
appointment reminder or wake-up : local or remote
call back consultation
INTERNAL MALICIOUS CALL TRACE
On the incident printer
Registration of caller name in incident table
Activated during call by softkey or suffix (for sets without softkeys)
DIRECT INWARD SYSTEM ACCESS (DISA)
Available with eMG
Available with ACT and :
GPA2
DISA –> internal calls (set, attendant console, voice mail, hunting group)
DISA –> substitution :
abbreviated numbers
voice mail
direct outgoing calls
business calls
DISA –> services (without substitution) :
internal services
access to abbreviated dialling by dedicated MCDU
temporary lock of DISA trunk group after malicious attemps :
3 consecutive tries on set
3 consecutive tries on DISA password
when the failed access threshold is reached
automatic lock/unlock mode
manual unlock mode
repetitive lock mecanism with increased lock duration time
dedicated incident messages
DISA –> automatic substitution (on caller identification) :
ISDN signallings
non ISDN signallings
level of control managed by option
ISDN FEATURES
ETSI E1 / T0 / S0
Circuit mode speech
Circuit mode 3.1 audio
Circuit mode 64 Kbit/s unrestricted
Packet mode services
Telephony teleservice (3.1 Khz)
Teletex service
Telefax group 4 service
ISDN syntax based videotex service
7 KHz Telephony teleservice
Fax group 2/3 service
ANSI T1
CCS (Common Channel Signalling) :
Primary Rate access at 1,544 Mbits/s
23 B + 1 D channels
DECT / PWT FEATURES
DECT GENERAL FEATURES
Handset installation facility : IPUI-N automatic recording
Handset automatic registration (PARI, IPUI)
Handset location identification
Overflow to other directory number in case of radio paging failure
Automatic connection with beep on incoming calls
DECT synchronization in multi-ACT or duplicated system by :
DECT8 board with internal DTM function
CPU6 / CPU7 with internal DTM function
DECT4HB board with DTM daughter board
Localization areas per PARI for traffic optimization
Handover parameters configuration per PARI
Mobility in different system configurations :
mono-eMG : internal handover
multi-eMG (with possible ACT) : call recovery / roaming
homogeneous ABC-F2 network : roaming
mono-ACT : internal handover
multi-ACT with INTOF (synchronized) links : internal handover / roaming
multi-ACT with other (not synchronized) links : call recovery / roaming
multi-PARI (on ACTs from same node) : external handover / roaming
Call recovery in case of radio link failure in conversation :
temporary holding of second party, new radio paging of lost set
recovery failure : external call forwarded to attendant, internal call released
Roaming features :
in same node : no features restriction
in homogeneous ABC-F2 network :
automatic location on host node
set keeps entire properties from native node
charging is forwarded on native node
set keeps native DN and name on outgoing calls
voice mail notification
voice mail consultation
supervision
call back
camp-on
Do Not Disturb
secret identity
DECT UA LEVEL OF SERVICE
Protocol : proprietary DECT UA
Level of service : like Reflexes UA LE set
DECT GAP LEVEL OF SERVICE
Protocol : GAP
Level of service  :
like Reflexes UA VVLE set if GAP set with < 10 digits display (display not used)
like Reflexes UA VLE set if GAP set with >= 10 digits display
multiline mode
Supported sets :
competitor sets providing GAP protocol
Mobile Reflexes 100/200
DECT AGAP LEVEL OF SERVICE
Protocol : enhanced GAP mode using proprietary AGAP-V2
Level of service : enhanced DECT UA
Supported sets :
Mobile Reflexes 100/200 (DECT)
A4073 (PWT)
DECT A4072+ LEVEL OF SERVICE
Protocol : enhanced GAP mode using proprietary A4072+
Level of service :
all GAP features
dial by name, automatic off-hook, guide services
message signalling, minimessaging and alarms consultation
alarms triggering and notification
Supported sets : Ascom 9d24
A4070 IA/EA RBS ADVANCED RADIO BASE STATION
Connectivity :
ACT DECT8 board
Features with RBS 1G / 2G :
protocols : DECT UA, GAP, AGAP
roaming in homogeneous ABC-F2 network
frequency allocation management
noisy environment mode
multi-ACT handover
multi-PARI
Features with RBS NG  :
same as RBS 1G / 2G
automatic firmware download
fast antenna diversity
A4070 IO/EO IBS OPTIMIZED RADIO BASE STATION
A4070 IO for indoor use
A4070 EO for outdoor use
Connectivity with two UA links :
eMG and UAI or MIX boards
ACT and UA boards
Features with IBS 1G :
protocols :
DECT UA, GAP, AGAP
PWT AGAP
roaming in homogeneous ABC-F2 network
in noisy environment
multi-ACT handover
mixity with RBS :
in eMG and ACT
in same ACT
in different ACT
Features with IBS NG  :
same as IBS 1G, except PWT
shifted frequencies
fast antenna diversity
5.15.8. A4097 CBL CABLELESS TRANSPARENT SYSTEM CONNECTOR (TSC-DECT)
For DECT wireless connection of Reflexes UA 3G sets including AOM
RBS and IBS compatibility
Automatic registration
CTI interface
PWT FEATURES
General features :
same as DECT system
Protocol / level of service : PWT AGAP
Compatible sets : A4073
Radio coverage by IBS 1G
UTAM compliance
DECT OVER CAMPUS
Available only with ACT CS / peripheral ACT on INTOF
Campus network :
on area (campus) with continuous / overlapping radio coverage between nodes
in homogeneous ABC-F2 subnetwork
ABC-F2 links :
carrying communications, signalling and system clock
static link on E1-CCS
hybrid link with signalling on IP
DECT synchronization links :
from master node to slave nodes interconnected in star topology
by DTM in master node and INTOFS in slave nodes
system clock provided by master node to slave nodes
CPU6 / CPU7 mandatory on slave nodes
base stations distributed on subnetwork nodes
full RBS or full IBS equipment (no mixity)
boards supporting RBS in campus :
DECT8
Campus mobility :
external handover between nodes
level of service DECT UA / GAP / AGAP
compatible sets :
Mobile Reflexes
same level of service in all nodes as in home node
service available in other nodes in case of home node failure
call recovery in case of :
radio link failure
synchronization failure
sets without external handover capability moving outside home node coverage
A4097 CBL (TSC-DECT)
Distant mobility :
visiting set benefits from campus mobility
DECT / PWT SECURITY
Authentication mode :
authentication through User authentication Key computation
DECT / PWT Standard Authentication Algorithm
Encryption mode :
available only with ACT and RBS on :
DECT8
supported sets : Mobile Reflexes, A4072, A4074Gx
transmission of encrypted data
random Derived Cipher Key used in cryptographic algorithm
call released in case of cipher failure
multi-PARI
VOICE OVER IP GENERAL FEATURES
VOICE CODING AND QUALITY
Voice coding algorithm :
G711
G723
G729
Fast Start mode (algorithm adaptation to other side) :
with ABC-F2 over IP
with another compatible H323 equipment
IP framing :
30 ms (G711 / G723 / G729)
20 ms (G711 / G729)
40 ms (G729)
Echo cancellation :
64 ms depth
32 ms depth
Quality of service :
802.1Q (VLAN Id)
802.1p (voice priority in Ethernet frame)
ToS / Diffserv (voice priority in IP packet)
IP profiles :
DIRECT RTP
Peer to peer switching between IP equipments from / to :
8 serie terminal
Reflexes IP terminals
eMG with non IP equipments
SIP terminals
ACT GW with non IP equipments
IP ADDRESSING / DHCP
Static IP addressing
Delivery of configuration parameters to clients by DHCP server :
dynamic IP client address
router address
sub-network mask
address lease time
TFTP server IP address
automatic VLAN assignment
DHCP server modes :
OmniPCX clients
all clients
IP DOMAINS
Domain types :
IP type : IP equipments exchange directly signalling and voice packets
non IP type : IP equipments exchange directly only signalling packets
Domain facilities :
coding algorithm (different for intra and extra domain)
quality of service
limitation of voice channels outside the domain for :
internal calls
external or internal calls with ARS overflow on other link
voice guide / music on hold broadcast possible from other domain
SIP GATEWAY
SIP entities :
OmniPCX SIP terminals
external SIP gateways
not declared SIP terminals
SIP services :
registrar and localization (URL, IP address)
localization back-up on duplicated eCS
dictionary service using SIP dictionary, phone book, DNS (phone number, URL)
proxy for SIP messages interpreting / routing
gateway for communications between SIP and other internal or external users
authentication (http digest authentication MD5)
Fax T38
SYSTEM SECURITY
Passwords :
secured configuration mode
enhanced password checking
aging passwords
Access control on IP  :
secured configuration mode
trusted hosts
services filtering with TCP Wrapper :
by profile
secured address ranges
secured remote access by OpenSSH
Access control by ISDN identification :
list of trusted callers
for secured data terminal
for application access
Application authentification :
authentication of calling configuration application :
station identity name
password associated to station identity (encrypted)
usernames
lists of usernames
local / network access control per username (broadcast)
authentication table modification control for 47xx
availability : MGR, 47xx
log file of (un)successful connections : timestamp
Configuration per domain
MAO commands historic :
MAO commands list
detailed MAO commands
call handling history
login history
Transfer rights
Specific categories for DISA and external forwarding
Lock of DISA trunk after malicious attempts
DECT / PWT security
SIP Gateway security
Hotel security
Messaging security
MULTI-COMPANIES / MULTI-DEPARTMENTS FEATURES
ENTITIES
Capability per entity / department :
status (day, night, fwd1, fwd2)
music on hold, voice guides
abbreviated table range
night service
site number for outgoing calls
attendant recall
general attendant call
external charging
outgoing status per entity
MULTICOMPANIES SYSTEM
Company parameters :
entity number
company call number
Subscriber parameters :
complete subscriber number = company call number + short number
mailbox number = complete subscriber number
right to intercompanies call
Intracompany calls with short or complete numbers
Intercompanies calls only with complete numbers
Phone book :
per company with subscribers complete numbers
entire phone book consultation possible according users rights
Voice mail :
centralized voice mail for all companies
or dedicated voice mail per company
direct access to mail box from local user or from public network
message deposit from local user by prefix
Call distribution :
centralized attendants for all companies
or dedicated call distribution per company
management from attendant console :
categories, cost center, password, forwardind, DND, appointment
accounting supervision
DECT/PWT sets registration
Charging ticket :
with entity number
with company name
Numbering and routing :
common :
subscribers complete numbers
direct abbreviated numbers
prefixes for services, outgoing calls, attendants, hunting groups
per company :
subscribers short numbers
abbreviated numbers by area
call barring
LCR / ARS services
DECT/PWT roaming over complete multicompanies system
Other intracompany features : same as monocompany system
Other intercompanies features :
transfer, conference
call back, directed call pick-up
call forwarding
associate, supervision, manager-secretary
substitution, DISA
minimessaging
Automated Integrated Attendant
CALL RESTRICTION SERVICES
IVORY TOWER / TAP
External outgoing and incoming calls submitted to general alarm level and call restriction categories
New external calls accepted or refused (with specific display or voice guide)
Established external calls can be released in case of alarm level increase
Modification of general alarm level by management tools, attendants or specific users
MINIMIZE
External outgoing calls submitted to general alarm level and call restriction categories
New external outgoing calls accepted or refused (with specific display or voice guide)
Modification of general alarm level by attendants
MULTILEVEL PRECEDENCE AND PREEMPTION (MLPP)
Priority call activation mode : implicit / explicit by prefix
Preemption call processing depending on caller / called priority levels and rights
Preemption call to free terminal : specific ringing / display
Preemption call to busy terminal :
timed beep (except on conference or third party intrusion) / specific display
display of hang-up waiting message with timeout
release of established call if overflow of hang-up timeout
new preemption call processing after hang-up
Routing resources preemption for priority call :
display of hang-up message on involved terminals
release of calls using the required resources
preemption call processing using released resources
SYSTEM ACCESS FOR MOBILE PHONES
UBIQUITY
Integration of cellular systems : GSM, DCS
Associate with same directory number :
cellular set
Reflexes UA, Reflexes IP, 8 serie or 9 serie
voice mail
Making calls :
secured system access by dedicated PIN (PAM)
DISA level of service
Receiving calls :
basic mobility assistant : forward received call to voice mail, mobile set
advanced mobility assistant : forward received call to voice mail, mobile set, attendant, DN
REMOTE EXTENSION
OmniPCX services access from external terminals  :
cellular sets / fixed sets
Mobile IP Touch terminals
Access by external trunks :
E1-CCS (ISDN), T1-CCS, T1-CAS
H323
SIP
Based on DTMF codes and specific DISA number
Services :
making calls with :
automatic identification by CLI
manual identification by remote number and authentication by personal code
receiving calls with CLI
all services activated by prefix (forwarding, appointment reminder, …)
all services activated by suffix (enquiry call, call back request, …)
supervision, twinset, manager-secretary, hunting group, softphone
function keys (for enquiry, broker, conference, transfer, release)
programmable keys (for all services)
secondary set of hotel suite
restrictions :
dial by name, minimessaging, message notification
ubiquity service, notification server alarm set, call center agent
initiator of casual or master conference, attendant
hotel room set, main set of hotel suite
Activation/Deactivation of remote extension by end-user through prefixes
OMNIACCESS WLAN INFRASTRUCTURE
OmniAccess access points (802.11, 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g)
OmniAccess wireless switches and appliances
OmniAccess administration and survey tools
SVP voice prioritization server

Important: Feature availability in OpenTouch Enterprise Cloud depends on basic or specific software licenses in addition to basic system hardware and resources. This page lists the features available in OpenTouch but does not provide detailed licensing information, restrictions and limitations. 

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