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- Virtual SBC qualified for Lync Server 2013
- Lync 2013 Logging Tool
- Music on Hold with OfficeMaster Gate and Microsoft Lync Server
- See who’s ringing at the door using Lync
- Outgoing calls after Lync CU4 update
- Survivable Branch Office Telephony – the easy way!
- Analog devices in Lync 2010
- My new blog in English
Tag Archives: Lync
Ferrari electronic integrates Video Door Phones with “OfficeMaster EntryControl”.
A lot of successful Lync deployments helped us learning more about special customer requirements. As soon as you replace a PBX completely you are faced with several types of legacy analog equipment. Typical examples are door entry phones. Since enhanced gateways and SBAs must be able to integrate analog devices this can be done easily.
Support for resilient telephony in branch offices during WAN outages is not a new feature – some vendors offer it for several years already. Microsoft’s new Lync based solution sets a new benchmark: no specialists are needed for deployment and it can be done in far less than an hour! Unbelievable? Let’s see…
Being able to replace a traditional PBX is an important new feature of Lync Server 2010. New functions like enhanced delegate handling and resilient telephony are a big step forward but support of analog devices is important as well. Although telephony is normally based on VoIP there are still situations where a few analog lines are needed: Elevator phones with two-wire connections, existing fax machines or special devices like door phones or pagers still use traditional interfaces. Continue reading