||Implementing Microsoft Skype for Business/Lync into small and medium businesses’ (SMBs) existing networks can be challenging,
especially when essential network elements or sub-systems are not compatible or certified with
Skype for Business/Lync. Such equipment, software and services may include:
• Non-Compliant SIP Phones
• Non-Compliant IP PBX
• PSTN Lines
• Analog Phones
• ISDN Phones
Many SMBs want to install Skype for Business/Lyncbut cannot afford the costs of replacing their existing noncompatible equipment with new
Skype for Business/Lync-certified equipment. Meanwhile, some organizations are just not ready to leave their
trusted PSTN lines behind.
Patton offers a “gateway to Microsoft Skype for Business/Lync” for companies facing such
challenges.Patton's SmartNode VoIP Gateway are Microsoft Lync Certified. That gives
any enterprise the
ability to connect otherwise noncompatible SIP endpoints, PSTN lines and legacy telephony to
the Skype for Business/Lync unified communications environment.
All gateways qualified with Lync Server 2013 are forward compatible and supported with Skype for Business 2015.
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Patton achieved Microsoft Lync certification for SmartNode VoIP gateways in June 2012. In this podcast, Tyler Delin, Product Manager, explains how SmartNode provides the SIP to Skype for Business/Lyncgateway for all your voice systems.
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SmartNode: the gateway to Lync
Certified by Microsoft, SmartNode can inter-connect all your existing voice and data elements in a Lync based unified communications system. Lync-enable legacy and IP-based phones, faxes, PBXs, etc. SmartNode is The Gateway to Skype for Business/Lync.
What are the benefits of implementing Microsoft Skype for Business/LyncSolutions using Patton's SmartNode VoIP gateways, IADs, and Enterprise Session Border Routers (ESBR)? How do you set it all up? Learn all that and more in this educational webinar.