Damaka Announces Free Availability of Xavy on Apple iTunes and Google Play
February 13, 2013
, TMCnet Contributor
Damaka, a provider of mobile unified communication and collaboration (UCC) solutions, announced that it’s Damaka Xavy for Microsoft OCS R2 and Lync solution is now available on Apple iTunes and Google (News - Alert) Play for free.
Damaka Xavy supposedly extends the audio, video and collaboration capabilities of Microsoft OCS R2 and Lync to iOS and Android (News - Alert) mobile devices without requiring any additional hardware or software.
Damaka claimed that its motto is ‘pure software play’ and does not demand additional server infrastructure for mobile UCC solutions and this results in a reduced cost of ownership and deployment headaches for enterprise IT. Its Xavy is an enterprise-grade product designed to work with Lync 2010 deployments and operates seamlessly on a broad range of devices such as iPhone (News - Alert), iPad, Android smartphones and tablets and across Wi-Fi/3G/4G networks with additional support for VPN.
Xavy is stated to be a cross-platform mobile extension to Microsoft (News - Alert) OCS R2 and Lync which is primarily intended for on-premise usage by enterprise users. Xavy can connect from within or outside a corporate firewall and lets users to take their IM, Audio, Video and Collaboration sessions including meetings to mobile devices of their choice.
Some of the Xavy’s communication features are: instant messaging, audio calls & PSTN, video calls, AV conference, feature escalation & de-escalation, voicemail & MWI, participant management, CAC & media bypass and more. Its collaboration features include scheduled meetings, lobby management, program & desktop sharing, whiteboards (PSOM), PPT sharing, file Transfer & Sharing and more.
Also available for free in the Xavy line of products are Xavy Attendee for guest users, Xavy Cloud for Office 365 and Xavy for Mac. Xavy for Ubuntu (News - Alert) Linux will be available shortly.
In related news, Damaka introduced Xavy Meeting Native mobile client and joined the Microsoft Partner Network.
Edited by Brooke Neuman