Microsoft adding Voice CAL to OCS 2010

Microsoft will ship Office Communications Server (OCS) in 2010 that will include: native E-911 support, designed to finally establish OCS as a PBX replacement rather than a complement, which is the positioning for the current version even with its new SIP-trunking features. In addition, Microsoft will introduce a new Voice Client Access License (CAL) needed to access […]

Microsoft will ship Office Communications Server (OCS) in 2010 that will include: native E-911 support, designed to finally establish OCS as a PBX replacement rather than a complement, which is the positioning for the current version even with its new SIP-trunking features. In addition, Microsoft will introduce a new Voice Client Access License (CAL) needed to access the new PBX-killer’s “enterprise-voice” features.

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