For most organizations today, remote users in branch locations are accustomed to reliable communications via distributed PBX or IP-PBX technology. However, when it comes to expansive communications and collaboration, they are dependent on the servers in the headquarters data center for their communication and collaboration needs. This dependency makes them vulnerable to losing their communication and collaboration capabilities when the wide area network (WAN) is unavailable.
These remote users need the ability to make external phone calls and sustain internal peer-to-peer communications such as instant messaging (IM), voice, video, and desktop sharing even when the data center cannot be reached. They need a communications solution architected for branch survivability and one that contains the telephony features they have come to expect: the ability to call any phone number, and voice, video, IM, and desktop collaboration with local colleagues. HP Survivable Branch Communication zl Module provides these solution features and more.
Microsoft Lync Server 2010
A two-slot-high card that fits into the HP ProCurve
Switch 5412zl, 5406zl, or 8212zl chassis, the
HP Advanced Services zl Module
comes with the following: