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EF Hutton: Enterprise Unified Communications Then and Now

Funny how things come full circle. My first experience with EF Hutton was as a young Systems Engineer working from the New York office of my first employer. I was managing a project to install new computer systems and software at 350 EF Hutton stock broker offices around the country. At the time, EF Hutton […]

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Uniteme UC and Reachme Contact Center Beta Release 17.04

March 29, 2017
Uniteme and Reachme Beta Release 17.04 Summary
eZuce is pleased to announce the Beta Release of our uniteme unified communications and reachme contact center solutions.

As with the previous two releases, we’re continuing to focus more on fixes and minor improvements in uniteme as work continues on the next generation of code. Unite Web (the new […]

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Uniteme UC and Reachme Contact Center General Availability of Release 16.12.1

Uniteme UC and Reachme Contact Center General Availability of Release 16.12.1
March 21, 2017
Summary
eZuce is pleased to announce the General Availability of uniteme and reachme 16.12.1.

This mid-release update of 16.12 addresses some immediate issues discovered in 16.12 and includes a few of the new features and improvements that will be making their official debut in 17.04.

reachme […]

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What’s the Difference between eZuce Uniteme Unified Communications and sipXcom Open Source UC?

eZuce provides the lion’s share of development effort going into the sipXcom open source communications system. We also maintain a commercial version of this system that we call Uniteme. Our product portfolio is rounded out with Reachme, a commercial grade SIP based Contact Center solution that integrates with Uniteme and Viewme which is a video […]

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Uniteme Unified Communications Product Description

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Why Microservices is the rage in communication system design

Microservices are all the rage in development now because they allow developers to build and update smaller deliverable pieces of code in a controlled fashion. Smartbear had a nice blog article that discusses Microservices in more detail if you’d like some additional background.

Microservices will play an important role in future communications system design. The systems […]

  • Amazon EC2

AWS-Ansible-SipXcom Blog Series: Part 3

Create an EC2 instance from sipXcom template and configure newly launched server
In Part 2 we created a sipXcom based AMI build on the CentOS created in Part 1.

Let’s use that AMI to create our first EC2 sipXcom instance.
Step 1. Get AMI-id for new sipXcom template
Connect to your AWS console. Under Images– AMI’s we have:

Now we […]

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New Uniteme and Reachme Releases Available Now

New Features in Uniteme Unified Communications and Reachme Contact Center

General Availability Release 16.08
October 6, 2016
Summary
eZuce is pleased to announce the General Availability Release of Uniteme and Reachme 16.08.

We’re continuing to focus more on fixes and minor improvements in uniteme 16.08 as work ramps up on the next generation of code.

Reachme however sees major enhancements as […]

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Uniteme (Unified Communications) Brochure

eZuce delivers the next generation of unified communications technology and solutions with Uniteme. It has been designed to be open, scalable, highly available, and built for the cloud. Uniteme consists of core cloud or premise based services, end user applications and interfaces as a complete solution that changes the way people communicate. Uniteme takes a user centric approach to collaboration allowing end users to communicate on their terms at the right time, the right place, and from the right device.