NextPlane UC Exchange Unified Communications Federation Service that enables B2B Collaboration with business partners

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The fastest growing community of federation-ready organizations.

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Enable your UC users to collaborate with users on Skype and Yahoo! services.

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of your UC platform.

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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your Microsoft Office 365, Lync, OCS, or LCS users to their colleagues on virtually any UC platform.
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your Cisco WebEx Messenger, Unified Presence Server (CUPS), or Jabber XCP users with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform.
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your users on IBM Sametime platforms with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your users on BroadSoft environments with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your users on OpenScape environments with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform.
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your users on Google Apps Domains with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform.
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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Eliminate nearly $13,000 in communication delay costs per user each year.
Quickly find colleagues in partner organizations.
Easily connect your users on OpenFire environments with their colleagues on virtually any UC platform
Seamlessly collaborate with users on Skype, Yahoo! Messenger and other social media networks.
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December 8, 2014

UC federation: Last hope or lost cause for multi-vendor UC?

Multi-vendor UC is still a struggle for many enterprises. UC federation products claim to fill the gap, so why haven’t they taken off? The IT team… Read More »

December 4, 2014

B2B User Adoption Is Key to UC Value

Giving employees the ability to collaborate with external business partners via your unified communications platform is a great way to boost overall adoption — and shrink… Read More »

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December 11, 2014

Will WebRTC be a UC Federation Killer?

Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) is a browser-based open source project that intends to allow real-time communication via voice and video—as well as document sharing—without users having… Read More »

December 4, 2013

The UC Cloud Wars – Microsoft and Cisco Clouds Rise to Top

The sound of clashing armies can be heard across corporate networks as Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, Unify, Mitel, ShoreTel, Avaya and a lot of other UCaaS providers… Read More »

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