This white paper defines the IBM Unified Communications and Collaboration (IBM UC²™) vision of making it easy for you to find, reach, and collaborate with others through a unified user experience. This strategy is implemented by means of the IBM Lotus® Sametime® Unified Telephony (SUT) software offering that is designed to make it easy for you to access and manage telephone communications from inside the Lotus Sametime or Lotus Notes® client.
We examine the rich set of SUT features and provide an in-depth technical analysis on how you can add SUT to existing heterogeneous PBX environments without having to replace legacy telephony equipment. Due to the variation of possible deployment options, we cover each scenario from a high level, focusing on how each decision affects the enterprise, down to the individual call flows.
This paper provides supplementary information to other published IBM documents that further describe Lotus Sametime and the IBM UC²™ vision.
- Leveraging unified telephony in solutions
- Features of IBM Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony
- Fundamentals of telephony integration
- Architectural overview
- Sizing an SUT environment
- SUT call flows
- Deploying SUT
- Supported telephony equipment and more
- Provisioning users
- Leveraging Sametime SDKs
- Appendix A: SIP flow diagrams
- Appendix B: Glossary of terms
- About the author
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Watch the Sametime Unified Telephony 8 Getting Started interactive demo.
Refer to IBM’s Unified Communications and Collaboration strategy.
Refer to IBM Lotus Sametime family of products, including Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony software.
Refer to the IBM Lotus Sametime wiki.
Read the developerWorks Lotus article, "Bring real-time collaboration to the next level with IBM Lotus Sametime Advanced 8.0."
Refer to System i IP Telephony solutions.
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Download the IBM Lotus Sametime Software Development Kit (SDK) from developerWorks Lotus.