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Skype for Business interop for on-premise deployments explained in 5 points

Skype for Business interop for on-premise deployments explained in 5 points
How Skype for Business Gateway leverages existing on-premise deployments & enables interop

 

  1. Customers continue to use their existing AV-MCU, which hosts all internal S4B and audio only calls.
  2. The S4B Gateway cloud will only host communications that require it. When connecting with an alternative platform or device, for instance.
  3. SIP & H.323 endpoints can be connected to S4B for conferencing with invites made in exactly the same way that you would a fellow S4B user. The Gateway automatically adds the dial-in information to the invitation, i.e. the method by which the user will join the meeting.
  4. The invitees join through their own preferred route, with the S4B Gateway providing interoperation and compatibility.
  5. Users can make and receive calls person to person and with clients on standards based devices; thus widening the reach of existing S4B systems.

 

BONUS: All this occurs natively within the Skype for Business App!

 

Have we piqued your interest in the Skype for Business Gateway? Awesome! Request a quick demo: mail@videonor.com or read more here.

 

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