Cisco Business Edition 6000
This site covers Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 6000 Release 8.5 and higher.
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 6000 is designed for organizations with upto 1000 employees. The solution offers premium voice, video, mobility, messaging, presence and contact center features on a single platform and provides core communication capabilities medium-sized businesses need for improved collaboration across the value chain. Enabled by virtualization technology, Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 6000 consolidates multiple applications on single platform and therefore allows medium business to reduce their lower total cost of ownership and improve productivity of their employees. The high availability features supported by the solution make Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 6000 ideally suited for companies that require mission critical voice, messaging and contact center capabilities.
Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 6000 is a specific combination of Cisco Unified Communications Applications on Cisco Unified Computing System that offers medium businesses, improved business agility and reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) through server consolidation, operational efficiency and scale, improved business continuity, and greater investment leverage.
Unified CMBE 6000 consists of the following foundational elements:
- Cisco Unified Communications Manager
- Cisco Unity® Connection
- Cisco Unified Presence
- Cisco Unified Contact Center Express
- VMware ESXi
- Cisco Unified Computing System C200 M2 Rack-mount server.
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