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NetCarrier’s Channel Vision Award – an eZuce MSP success!

 Congratulations to NetCarrier for the Channel Vision Award!

I am happy to recognize NetCarrier (Lansdale PA, USA) and their recent Channel Vision award. NetCarrier’s Channel Vision Award – an eZuce MSP success! NetCarrier uses a white labeled version of our openUC software and delivers an end to end manage service to their customers under the NetCarrier brand […]

By |February 27th, 2015|Categories: Blog, Voice/Chat/Mobile|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments
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Goodbye SIPfoundry

Goodbye SIPfoundry 
Based on increasing difficulties working with project leadership at SIPfoundry, eZuce will no longer be supporting the sipXecs project at SIPfoundry.  We plan however to continue our support for open source communications projects. It has been a very productive five years and we have supported the community diligently during this time. It has certainly […]

eZuce continues to improve API access to openUC with latest software release

eZuce is pleased to announce general availability of openUC 14.10. The new version contains 90 enhancements and several bug fixes. Important work was made on 14.04.3 for some stability related items. A lengthened Beta period and extensive Regression Testing, which involved many new tests, conspired against us delivering 14.10 in October. We feel the extra care and time taken will contribute to one of our best releases ever.
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Session Border Controllers within an eZuce openUC Environment

Session Border Controller (SBC) solutions are quickly becoming a requirement for enterprise class unified voice communications. Enterprise SBCs provide Security of Voice, SIP Routing, SIP Interoperability, High Availability and Resiliency and a number of other features.
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Sangoma Case Study on openUC

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).
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openUC (now Uniteme) 14.10 Beta

openUC 14.10 Beta is now available for evaluation!// // //

New Features

openUC

New API’s
DNS Improvements
Logging Improvements
Park Orbit Updates
New Phone Plugin
Shared Appearance Agent Replacement

Unite

Graphics Enhancements
WebRTC
Added Functionality

Reach

High Availability

For more detail, see: 14.10 New Features

Documentation

Please bear with us as we continue to update the documentation:

Release Notes: 14.10 Release Notes

Documentation: 14.10 Technical Documentation

Notes

ISO’s are not available at this time.

Installation must be done […]

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UC – Why Architecture Matters

UC solutions come from a number of vendors and different implementations. While there are other ways of evaluating a UC solution, the architecture of the platform has a huge, potentially the most significant, impact on the platforms' ability to meet needs today and into the future.

eZuce announces important software update for openUC ™ (now Uniteme)

eZuce Inc, the leading global provider of cloud based communications and collaboration solutions for large enterprises, today announces the availability of openUC™ 14.04.03.
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How Traditional UC Architecture Kills Innovation

How Traditional UC Architecture Kills Innovation (Webinar)
Phil Edholm of UC Strategies joined us for a webinar and presented the value of unifying communications across the enterprise.

 

How important is architecture to your Unified Communications (UC) strategy?

Architecture defines how the elements of a UC solution come together, how well the solution can integrate with other systems in […]

eZuce Acquires Evogh Inc. to Deliver Comprehensive Support for Communications-Enabled Enterprises

eZuce adds cloud-ready video and web collaboration to its open unified communications software platform to enable "communications anywhere"