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Clarificaton on cloud solution

Clarificaton on cloud solution

Clarificaton on cloud solution

Just curious, does the UCX cloud product allow for on site Norstar phones with a 'cloud' processor? Can 1 processor handle multiple locations? Can I have a BCM 50 cabinet with DSM32 x 5 locations using a UCX cloud processor?

RE: Clarificaton on cloud solution

I know that the UCx can connect to multiple digital gateways. We have a UCx 50 with two Gateways (both with Expansions) servicing a school. In theory, as long as there is network connectivity between your hosted virtual UCx and the on-site Digital Gateway, it should work up to your licensing and virtual resource machine capacity.

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RE: Clarificaton on cloud solution

what your saying is if I had a physical UCX server, I can have remote digital gateways connected over LAN/WAN etc. How many digital gateways could that be? 2....10?

RE: Clarificaton on cloud solution

The determining factor is the capacity of the UCx, meaning how many users you're licensed for, and the hardware capacity of the given UCx model.
There is no cap on how many gateways you can connect to a UCx.

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