Brocade IP Networking for Microsoft Communications Server “14”



Microsoft Partner Brocade has validated its IP networking technologies for Microsoft Communications Server “14”, the presence and PBX replacement product which is out later this year.
The director of Microsoft Communications Server, Moz Hussain, said: “Communications Server "14" will enable full enterprise telephony, thus opening up a world of possibilities for customers who want increased collaboration."
Brocade IP networking products such as the Brocade NetIron for Layer 2-3 switching will provide interoperability and a network infrastructure as part of a comprehensive Unified Communications (UC)solution. This is part of making the transition to VoIP on Communications Server “14”, while maintaining the high standards which are expected in business.
The VP of Data Center and Enterprise Networking Technology at Brocade, Jason Nolet, said that ensuring this quality of service was essential during the huge migration of customers to UC products as they looked to save costs.
He said: “Brocade open standards-based networking technologies ensure reliable voice, video and data traffic and enable a seamless experience for users.”

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