Monthly Archives: September 2010

What’s New in Communications Server’14 (Microsoft Lync Server 2010) – Call Admission Control

Today, I would like to talk about Microsoft Lync Server 2010 new feature – Call Admission Control (CAC). When I visited many organizations to talk about Microsoft Unified Communication, I always encounter a discussion about VoIP and Audio / Video … Continue reading

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Welcome Microsoft Lync Server 2010

Microsoft finally officially announce Microsoft Communications Server “14” as Microsoft Lync Server 2010 http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/lync/default.aspx you may download the RC bit @ http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/ff808407.aspx

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What’s New in Communications Server‘14 – DNS Load Balancing

DNS Load Balancing is a new feature in CS’14. it simplify HLB (Hardware Load Balancing) configuration, reduce dependence on HLB. DNS LB support Internal Pool Director Pool Edge All Server-Server and Client-Server SIP traffic All Server-Server HTTP traffic and Media … Continue reading

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What’s New in Communications Server ‘14 – New Phones (Aastra)

Yesterday I posted Polycom phones for CS’14. today I post another brand for CS’14 phone. Aastra will be releasing two new phones for the Communications Server’14 launch. The 6725ip is a true IP phone that can operate as a standalone … Continue reading

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What’s New in Communications Server ‘14 – New Phones (Polycom)

Polycom will be releasing three new CX phones in conjunction with the Communications Server’14 launch. The new thing about these phones is that Polycom was able to put their HD Voice technology into the phones. The First Phone is the … Continue reading

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What’s New in Communications Server‘14 – Voice

Yesterday I had post general feature on CS’14. today I’m going to continue post on CS’14 – Voice Enterprise Voice Features Site Resiliency With the addition of a “Site” component in CS’14 user services can now be balanced and protected … Continue reading

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What’s New in Communications Server ‘14

I’m going to post some brief feature overview on up and coming Communication Server’14 New Server Features Supported Operating Systems are listed as Server 2008 SP2 64-bit and Server 2008 R2 64-bit. (Nothing new) Topology Changes Communications Servers Sites Geographical … Continue reading

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