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# 18824 25-Jan-2008 09:37
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Hi, are you able to provide me with some information on how long it might be until you support the Cisco Unified Communications 500 series for small business device on your network? -:

I would really like to use one of these rather than an epygi device because of phone support (I much prefer the cisco phones).

Many Thanks

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  # 106677 25-Jan-2008 09:52
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Wow thats a bit freaky,  We are actually looking at this at present and I have it sitting right beside me working on it as we speak Wink, we require some support from Cisco NZ and we have been asking for some info / support for quite some time but no one over there is actually willing to support the product, just expecting us to do all the work Cry.

As for a time frame for being supported don't really have one at this point sorry, or nothing that I could commit to, possibly a few weeks if we get some help from Cisco but most likely a few months away for certification.

Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink


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  # 106699 25-Jan-2008 11:16
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Thanks Maverick, I would rather put a cisco device into a cisco environment. Hurry up Cisco NZ!


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  # 106700 25-Jan-2008 11:29
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The UC500 series is simply brilliant. Recommended to anyone seeking to replace even a non-IP PBX. The configs I have done have stacked up pricewise right down to ~20 users, against Hybrid systems, where handset replacement has been factored in.

Would be very cool to have WxC piped directly into one.

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  # 106701 25-Jan-2008 11:30
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coloured: I would really like to use one of these rather than an epygi device because of phone support (I much prefer the cisco phones).

We can easily support your Quadro, give my techies a call (details on our site) and we'll help you as much as we can.

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