Looking For Field Trial Customers to Test Audio & Video Using Cisco's Intercompany Media Engine - IME
IntelePeer, Inc. (www.intelepeer.com) is a leading provider of on-demand cloud-based IP communications services, and is currently looking for a limited number of existing users of Cisco's CUBE, CUCM, or CME call processing systems to work with IntelePeerin testing our new hosted audio and video federation applications, including interworking with CUCM systems enabled with Cisco's Intercompany Media Engine (IME)platform. The specific supported Cisco call processing and audio/video specs mentioned above are as follows:
Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE) - preferred
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) 6.X or higher
Cisco Unified CallManager Express (CUCME) 7.1 or higher
Audio Codecs Supported:
Video Codecs Supported:
IntelePeer will provide those willing to participate with a no cost SIP trunk, as well as free IME based voice and video usage during the trial. The specific details of the requested test case scenarios, as well as timeframes for testing, will be outlined in detail upon being approved for participation in the field trial program.
Those willing to participate are urged to notify us immediately, via response to this form.
Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. We very much look forward to working with you during this field trial.
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