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.
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).
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.
This eBook introduces eZuce's SIP Service Oriented Architecture (SSOA). SSOA is a 'carrier-class' system that offers the demanding global enterprise a modern, built-for-the-cloud, highly scalable and resilient communications, collaboration and social networking infrastructure designed with native Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) at its core.
eZuce Inc, the leading provider of open unified communications for the enterprise market enabling social business and collaboration, previewed the new feature set of eZuce openUC (now Uniteme) V4.6 to attendees of the 2012 sipX CoLab User Conference.
"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."