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Voici le blog sur les communications unifiées (MVP Lync/Skype for Business, CCNP Voice, CCNP Collaboration)

As unified communications consultant, one of the most important things to evaluate during a project is the network, offering real-time features with delay, jitter or packet loss directly impact user experience.

Microsoft released an interesting white paper about it's solution over Wireless environment, he is now available from the Microsoft Download Center.


Microsoft Lync 2013 communications software on multiple platforms and device types is now validated with voice and video (real-time media) workloads over wireless local area networks (Wi-Fi networks). The guidance and documentation provided here also applies to Lync 2010 deployments and earlier releases. However, full Wi-Fi support will be available only with a Lync 2013 client. Changes in the Lync media stack available with Lync 2013 will improve overall performance on high-loss, high-jitter wired or wireless networks. To optimize the wireless infrastructure, in particular for real-time media traffic, this guide provides details regarding Wi-Fi (WLAN) technology, configuration settings, and optimization. In addition, this guide provides deployment recommendations and evaluates typical enterprise, public hotspot, and home Wi-Fi deployments for real-time bidirectional media quality.

You can download it here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36494

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