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  • eZuce SRN , research network case study

eZuce SRN Case Study

By |June 30th, 2015|

eZuce's cloud service offer has been providing multi-party video collaboration to education and scientific research institutions and their colleagues for more than twenty years. The Cloud Service Network roots lead back to the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and another Research Community in Geneva, Switzerland with a common interest in the world's most powerful particle accelerator project, the "Large Hadron Collider".
  • CS_UMBC

UMBC Case Study

By |June 5th, 2015|

UMBC needed a state of the art video conferencing solution that could be used campus wide and which would operate with their fixed telepresence equipment.
  • CS_Sangoma

Sangoma Case Study on openUC

By |December 30th, 2014|

Providing a solution to the University's communication issues was a major shift from the existing older PBX system. The University considered most of the market leaders but in the end went with eZuce; a leading open standards, SIP based software solution called openUC (now Uniteme).
  • CS_MIVNET

Visual collaboration – MIVNET Case Study

By |November 14th, 2014|

The challenge for MIVNET was to find an efficient solution to assist its end-users to collaborate remotely, such as clients who regularly travel long distances to conduct interviews, capture depositions, record expert remote testimony and receive and provide training.
  • CS_Zimbra

Voice, Video, Messaging – Unite Zimbra

By |September 19th, 2014|

Presence-based communications for voice, video, messaging and conferencing transforms the user experience into a powerful, intuitive productivity tool. Integrated communications adds significant value to an existing email/calendar application, making it the perfect collaboration tool for the 21st century.
  • CS_Lafayette

Lafayette College Unified Communications – Case Study

By |September 16th, 2014|

Lafayette College worked closely with the eZuce team to initially evaluate the openUC (now called Uniteme) solution as their new communications system. During the product evaluation period several features were cited by users and administrators as a significant enhancement to their communications experience.
  • CS_ColoradoStateUni

CSU’s transition to next generation UC technology – Case Study

By |September 16th, 2014|

Making the transition to next generation UC technology: By deploying a communications solution that is based on standardized and open protocols Colorado State University can avoid being locked into any one-vendor solution.
  • CS_CareSpot

openUC platform – CareSpot Case Study

By |September 11th, 2014|

eZuce's openUC (now called Uniteme) presented CareSpot with an inexpensive, full-featured solution which could be run and managed by their staff in their virtual computing environment. The openUC platform has grown from a few to several retail centers and is poised to meet the demand of CareSpot's growth initiatives for the future.
  • Red Hat Case Study

Voice service support – Red Hat Case Study

By |December 31st, 2011|

"We wanted to get out of the product model where we tell our clients how things are used. We want to support collaboration on any client and on any device no matter where you are."
  • CS_CharlesRiverDev

Open Unified Communications – Charles River Development Case Study

By |September 14th, 2011|

Charles River Development elected to install a new communications system based on the open unified communication solution from Ronco and eZuce. The 100% software based solution is extremely cost effective, ensures flexibility and freedom of choice for interoperability with other software applications.
  • CS_CedarvilleUniversity

Modernization of voice systems – Cedarville University Case Study

By |July 16th, 2011|

Cedarville users are enjoying the modernization of their voice environment. University aimed to increase productivity (end-user control of voice-system features, easier system management), to be able to leverage extensive network infrastructure, and to enhance user experience.