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Secure, any-to-any UC Federation & Collaboration Services

UC Federation Service
Secure B2B Communication and Collaboration Made Easy

Presence

Presence

When reaching colleagues outside of your organization it’s important to keep in mind that there is more to presence than “available,” “away,” or “busy.” There are custom status messages, such as “WFH”, and enhanced presence states, such as "on the phone" or "in a meeting" that help in making informed choices about the best way to contact an external colleague.

Chat

Chat & Group Chat

Seamlessly chat with external colleagues, or invite them into a group chat session, regardless of their underlying UC platforms.

Management

Management Portal

Securely manage all aspects of the federation process from one central location.

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Policies and Disclaimers

Go beyond your UC platform’s permissions to control the type of traffic—whether that’s IM, voice, video or file transfers—that is allowed or denied across your network.

Presence

File Sharing

Share all your files, images, PDFs, documents, and spreadsheets with your federated colleagues on Microsoft Skype For Business, or Microsoft Lync, Cisco WebEx Messenger, and many more.

450

Federation-Ready
Members

500,000

Federated Users
Per Month

1 Billion

Federated Messages
Per Month

1,000

Federated
Domains

Featured Members You Can Federate With Today
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Transition your AOL AIM solution and maintain your UC Exchange federation service by switching to Maxine. Maxine is a cloud-based conversational communication service that enables secure messaging using a web-based client or mobile device.

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The NextPlane UC Federation Service supports a wide range of UC platforms including, NextPlane nCore, Microsoft Office® 365, Skype for Business, Lync 2013 and 2010, OCS 2007 R1 and R2; Cisco WebEx Messenger, Unified Communication Manager IM and Presence Service, and Jabber XCP; IBM Sametime; Unify OpenScape®; BroadSoft UC-One®; GENBAND EXPERiUS; and OpenFire, to name a few.