Presentation on theme: "1 UCaaS Subscription Detail FunctionalitySupported Devices / Endpoints Types of UCaaS subscriptions EssentialBasicFoundationP1Professional Maximum # of."— Presentation transcript:
1 UCaaS Subscription Detail FunctionalitySupported Devices / Endpoints Types of UCaaS subscriptions EssentialBasicFoundationP1Professional Maximum # of Devices Per User 111110 IP Telephony / VoIP Essential: Cisco 3905, 6901* and selected 3 rd party SIP-enabled IP phones Basic: Cisco 3905, 6901*, 6911*, 6921* and selected 3 rd party SIP-enabled IP phones Foundation/Pro: All Cisco IP phones and selected 3 rd party SIP-enabled IP phones PSTN Access Instant Messaging & PresenceCisco Jabber O Mobile Desktop (IM, Presence, escalate chat to call, etc.)Cisco Jabber: Full Mobile UC Softphone Clients OO Mobility (Single Number Reach)Cisco Unified Mobility OO Messaging (voicemail)Cisco Unity Connection OOO Survivable Remote Site Telephony (backup call control)Cisco ISR gateways OOOOO Mass notifications, overhead paging, and scheduling bells/clocks (one button/click) IPcelerate, Syn-Apps, SingleWire OOOOO Business Video CallingCisco IP video phones OOOOO Cisco 6900 series phones are EOL, with EOS slated for July 2014. Notes: O = Optional & available for additional charge. Features and specifications are subject to change, and some may not be eligible for E-rate P1 funding.
2 TPaaS Subscription Detail FunctionalitySupported Devices / Endpoints Types of TPaaS subscriptions Foundation or Professional TelePresence Rooms (Cisco and legacy video equipment) Point-to-point internal (1:1) personal desktop sessions Cisco EX 60/90 Mac or PC with Cisco Jabber and built-in camera (or with Precision HD camera) Video-enabled Cisco IP phones Larger, point-to-point internal meetings or conferences (e.g., presenting to group viewing a single conference screen) Cisco CTS, Profile, SX, MX, TX, Integrator Kits O Point-to-point internal use of, and interoperability with, legacy video equipment; includes custom apps to control camera (e.g., pan/tilt/ dial) Polycom, LifeSize and other SIP or H.323 standards-compliant TelePresence endpoints O Point-to-point external (B2B) meetingsAll OO Video conferencing bridge in multiples of 9 participants (requires choice of dedicated or shared/VMR ports) All OO Note: O = Optional & available for additional charge. Features and specifications are subject to change.
3 WAN Services How to Connect Your TeleSpace Subscriptions (if not using preferred method of corporate MPLS circuits) Functionality for Voice and TelePresence Use Cases Types of WAN Service subscriptions Cloud Connect Mobile Connect PSTN Calling Plans Secure end-user connectivity to TeleSpace Quad Core Network SOHO access, connections to smaller enterprise locations via public Internet Mobile devices, tablets, smartphones, BYOD access via public Internet PSTN access (local, long distance), SIP trunking, DIDs, E911, number portability Telephony and video trunking, aggregation, CPE or Cloud termination points Note: Features and specifications are subject to change.