I was unaware, until reading a post on this forum, that there was a "supported platform" for running Unity. When did this change? We've been using Unity back when Active Voice had no such requirements... what is the offical position on this?<br><br>I'm sure there are hundreds of installs out there on HP servers, Compaq Proliants, etc.<br><br><br><br>
According to the Cisco docs... the MCS servers only support IP integrations. Why? Don't the Dialogic boards fit into a DL-320 or DL-380 chassis?
If I'm going to eventually integrate Unity with a Meridian 1, then I have to get a Dell box?
If so, that kinda stinks. It's bad enough I have to go away from my company's standard HP servers for Call Manager (but I can deal with that). Adding another MCS server isn't too bad... but having to introduce a DELL server would really stink.
We give you the option. If you want to buy if from Dell you may. If you want to buy it from Cisco then that's okay too. I don't know how pricing works since Im not in sales. You should talk to you normal sales channel about that.
Keith Chambers Unity Technical Lead Unified Voice Team, San Jose Cisco Systems firstname.lastname@example.org
FYI There will be Compaq servers approved for use with Dialogic boards in the future. I believe there are a couple slated for the 3.2 release (not committed). Previous hardware conflicts seem to be less prevalent with the latest Dialogic boards. -Eric
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