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Voip courses: new eZuce offer named OpenUC


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Company eZuce is offering an open-source, software-only unified communications solution that company officials say is an cheaper alternative to Microsoft's UC offerings.
As a matter of VoIP ongoing courses to develop, eZuce launched on Aug. 12 its OpenUC, described by company’ s officials as a solution aimed at midsize to large enterprises of 200 to 10,000 users and can be implemented as an on-premises solution or through a managed services environment.

The OpenUC VoiP based solution is created to deliver all the functionality of legacy hardware-based IP PBX systems, but by the completely open-source, software- based approach that is downloaded and installed on a physical server that already is available, according to company.

This is an unusual course of VoIP implementation, when native SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) takes away the need for a dedicated server, which is normally needed for some UC deployments.

The product is featured by the same elements as Microsoft's Communications Server, including instant messaging and video conferencing to unified messaging, presence, call center, collaboration and mobility, according to eZuce.

Company use the existing hardware and an quite aggressive per-seat or per-unit pricing model what help dramatically downsize the overall costs for UC deployment, the company said.

"eZuce was born from the successful efforts of SIP foundry as demand increased for an open-source, SIP -based solution that ties enterprise communications tools with Web-enabled business processes," Martin Steinmann, co-founder and CEO of eZuce, said in a statement. "eZuce presents a logical progression in UC with a holistic approach that marries the strengths of enterprise communications with cloud computing."

In according with official company’s statements, OpenUC has been in development for seven years and comes onto the market as a mature product and another innovative VoIP course to develop.

It's designed to be far less expensive and easier to implement than other UC solutions, according to officials, through the set of features as central management and an all- inclusive price reportedly set at $65 per user.

About eZuce: company was launched in 2010 by the original founders of the company „SIP foundry”, to concentarte on the VoIP course as open source community in order to satisfy growing demand for SIP communication solutions. eZuce has received market validation from enterprise customers as well as partners as having one of the best solution architecture. There is an increasing unmet need for an IT solution that merge communications with Web, and eZuce is one of the first company to provide it. Company is concentarted on a scalable, interoperable enterprise communications solution with no hardware dependencies or limitations of a Microsoft infrastructure.


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