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In line with Microsoft's Lync announcement, several vendors in the emerging Lync ecosystem also confirmed plans, from HP and Polycom naming Lync-optimized devices at the New York unveiling, to service providers and other device manufacturers making Lync waves of their own.
Verizon, for example, has partnered with Microsoft to deliver cloud-based UC for SMBs under the banner of Microsoft Online Services. Global Crossing, also a partner of Microsoft's on the networking and service provider side, confirmed that its SIP Trunking solutions are Lync-certified.
Another vendor and Microsoft Gold partner, Dialogic, went live with a Lync-compatible Survivable Branch Appliance offering for all of its DMG4000 Gateways, to be sold through channel partners or available as a software package upgrade.
Elsewhere, Logitech, another Microsoft Gold partner, announced HD Webcameras and headsets optimized for Lync, including a 720pHD videoconferencing option in its B910 HD Webcam. And Juniper Networks confirmed that several of its IP networking products, including the M and MX Series Routers, SRX Series Services Gateways and EX Series Ethernet switches are Lync-interoperable, as well.
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