Adcap Presents a New Spin to Unified Communications:
How to Virtualize Cisco Unified Communications in your existing VMware Infrastructure and use SIP to fund it….
Attend our upcoming seminar for a technical overview of the options and benefits of Virtualizing Your Cisco UC infrastructure and how SIP can be used to offset costs.
Have you considered what benefits virtualization offers, and wonder what it will take to move your Unified Communications environment into Virtualization?
Common virtualization questions Adcap encounters:
- Why should I virtualize?
- Does Cisco have hardware to support virtualization?
- Can I use my existing VM infrastructure?
- What is supported if I use my own environment?
- What is not supported?
- How do I plan for virtualization?
- How much is it going to cost me?
Cost is always a design factor!
This is where SIP can help.
SIP-Trunking Delivers Cost Savings And Improved Reliability!
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking is a replacement for an organization’s voice T1’s that can be combined with a Wide Area Network or Internet connection for significant cost saving and improved business availability.
Come join us as we discuss the specifics of SIP Trunking – when to use it, how it can lower costs, the equipment requirements, and the differences in SIP Trunking capabilities of different service providers.
Common SIP questions Adcap encounters:
- What is SIP Trunking?
- How does SIP Trunking work?
- What are the requirements to implement SIP Trunking?
- Typical SIP Trunking costs vs. traditional voice circuits.
- Where is SIP Trunking going tomorrow?
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About the presenter:
**Michael Cavanaugh is a dual CCIE, with certifications in both Voice and Route/Switch. He has been involved in the networking industry for over 20 years as an accomplished implementation and design engineer. He is also a published author of several comprehensive technical books on Unified Communications with Cisco Press, the premier publisher for Cisco technical reference material. Adcap utilizes his expertise as our VP of Solution Architecture.