Tag Archives: Audio

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PSTN and Lync (Enterprise Voice): Why would I need an SBC?

This is a question which we ask ourselves regularly. Where I’m working at a Systems Integrator I come around a lot of customers and Lync design sessions. At an era where we have more and more choices of “Direct SIP Trunks” to Lync from ITSP’s (Internet Telephony Service Providers, “PSTN” providers), some may prefer a…

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Issue: One way audio after “call on hold”

Recently, we’ve discovered an issue with “call on hold” functionality in combination with a Cisco CUBE as cpe for Direct SIP-Trunking with Lync 2013. In this situation, we enabled Music on Hold (which is disabled by default), while also respecting all settings and configuration provided by the ITSP for the SIP Trunk. The situation is…

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Office 2013 – The New Office

  Finally it’s there! the new office, Microsoft Office 2013, is now ready for download. We’re talking about the Customer Preview. While Office 2013 is still in development, customers can already “taste” a bit of Office in the new way.     The new version of Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Lync 2013, is also part of this…

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