For Jabber technology, i will need to have an cisco server that support Unified Communication in order for me to acess feature like video conferencing, soft phone and other jabber feature? Or there are other equipment i will need it. Im just a student and no a very technical people. Pardon me if my question is very stupid. Thanks all
Yes, you will need the UC Manager as well as the IM & Presence server software. You cannot download this from Cisco.com without a maintenance agreement. You also need a VMware-based compute and storage solution. If this is for lab/school there is the free ESXi hypervisor or VMware a Workstation (not free). Video conferencing requires an MCU or TelePresence server. This historically has been done on ASICs/dedicated hardware. Current Xeon H.264 acceleration options have allowed this to be virtualized but it's still a beast.
If you want to integrate other products then there are additional pieces. Examples include Unity Connection for voicemail, Cisco WebEx Meetings Server, or Cisco Expressway for inter-domain video calling.
Im doing my finaly year project and i am require to implement the cisco jabber into an website. My school wll be purchaseing the UC Manager and the IM & Presence server software. So with UC Manager, IM & Presence server software, EXSi hypervisor and MCU or telepresence server, im able to do instant messaging,soft phone, video confrencing, voice mail and desktop sharing?
I realise im able to download and use the Cisco AJAX XMPP Library 8.6.1 to test out the IM and presence and JabberSDK voice-video web version 9.2- MRS to test out jabber web video softphone. Is it possible to integrate these two function into just one application instead of two application? Please advise me. Thanks
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