1). For Multiparty you need deploy TelePresence Server plus TelePresence Conductor.
For virtual TelePresence Server you must have hardware and purchase some quantity screen licenses. For TelePresence Conductor you must have hardware. For small deployment you can use free TP Conductor.
2). For External call use search : Collaboration Edge
It is applicable for WebEx and personal Multi party video ?
So I know that I need the hardware for WebEx
But Do I need any other license beside the CUWL PRO to have CWMS on premises ??
And If I order 100 CUWL PRO. Will I have 100 concurrent conferences for 100 users, so 100 license can have more than 100 participants ? or 100 concurrent participants in all held conferences ? or what is the limit ?
Personal Multiparty Video is "Optional" with UWL-Standard, but I don't see anywhere a licence key for it.
(Oleksandr's reply is wrong I'm afraid - whilst you need to deploy TelePresence Server and TelePresence Conductor, the required Screen Licences and Conductor licence are provided if buying Personal Multiparty)
You always have two choice: 1. Buy required quantity CUWL-Pro for Multipary promo and receive screen licenses for vTS and conductor licenses follow Personal Multiparty program. 2. Buy screen licence for vTS, or TS, or MCU and conductor .
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