VoIP Server New Beta Testing
The successor to Live Communications Server 2005, the component of Microsoft's Office System that handles communication between office workers, has entered private beta testing. Now simply called Office Communications Server 2007, the software integrates voice over IP calling with traditional phone setups. While VoIP telephony has started to gain traction in the enterprise, the largest barrier to entry has remained the initial cost of migrating current systems. In addition, while businesses may save on calls themselves, the associated hardware costs are still sky high.
VoIP Server Win Enterprise
Win Enterprise introduces a new custom-built VoIP server that supports the Win Converged Application Platform. Win CAP is ideal
for small-to-medium-size businesses and remote enterprise offices which are connected to central networks. It also enables OEM's to provide feature-rich IP PBX solutions at affordable entry-costs. The server is built following Intel Architecture specifications and it includes a low-power-consumption Pentium M CPU integrated with Intel IXP465 Network Processing Adapter. The IXP architecture is meant to free-up the CPU in order to handle application processing functions, such as transcending incoming VoIP audio streams, local voicemail and local conference management, or storage and playback of voicemail content from e-mail feeds. This configuration is said to provide low-latency management of converged communications functions.
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