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Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 7.0 is a SIP-based architecture integrated via UC Manager that provides a rich-media voice, video, and web conferencing solution to large enterprises .



Scalability for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 7.1

  • Voice conferencing can scale to a maximum of 1500 ports (high capacity mode using G.711 or G.729; 250 ports/blade) or a maximum 1000 ports (high quality mode using G.711, G.722, G.729, or iLBC; 166 ports/blade) in a single system using modular Media Servers for redundancy and DSP mixing for voice and video.
This port limitation exists even if licenses or media blades would allow more ports.
Note: When using G.729 in the high capacity mode, you do not have the option of enabling line echo cancellation (LEC). If you try to turn on LEC with G.729 in high capacity mode, then G.729 will be disabled.


  • Video conferencing scales up to 300 video ports (using "Standard Rate") or 150 video ports (using "High Rate") and supports a wide variety of endpoints from Cisco Unified video telephony to H.323 and SIP endpoints from third-party providers.
  • Web conferencing offers three solutions for enterprises to choose from:
    • Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web conferencing (scales to 1000 users)
    • Cisco WebEx web conferencing (scales to 1000 sessions)
    • A combination of both Cisco Unified MeetingPlace and Cisco WebEx
  • Using the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace for IBM Lotus Sametime Web Conference integration, the system scales to 100 simultaneous voice and web users.

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