Nortel Delivers Conferencing for Microsoft's LCS 2007

Nortel Networks continued to build product momentum behind its VOIP alliance with Microsoft when it announced on Dec. 5 the general availability of its promised Multimedia Conferencing 5.0 software. The new MC 5.0 software, the latest deliverable in the Microsoft/Nortel Innovative Communications Alliance, spins out the multimedia conferencing capabilities in Nortel's Multimedia Communications Server 5100 into a standalone offering that integrates with Microsoft's Live Communications Server 2005 and Office Communicator 2005.

The new conferencing software, initially promised in January, also builds on Nortel's October launch of a range of applications intended to offer the broadest range of Unified Communications products designed to take advantage of Microsoft's OCS 2007 and Office Communicator 2007.

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