Unison™ Now Available as Virtual Appliance

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World's first Linux-based unified communications software can now be deployed instantly on VMware. Currently in beta, this allows Unison Server™ to be tested instantly as a virtual machine.

It will let thousands more IT people see why Unison is superior to the over-complex unified communications offerings on the market today.

Unison Technologies (http://www.unison.com)] has launched a VMware appliance version of its Linux-based unified communications software, Unison. The Unison Virtual Appliance means that companies can deploy a complete unified communications solution in minutes - instead of hours or days for competing solutions, such as Microsoft's.

Available at http://www.unison.com/download, the virtual appliance includes a preconfigured Linux server with Unison Server™ already installed. This allows IT professionals to try the Unison beta with no cost and minimal setup time, by simply downloading and playing the virtual machine.

Currently in beta until the third quarter of 2008, Unison gives small and medium businesses (SMBs) an alternative to the costly and non-unified telephone and email systems they have had to use until now. By integrating telephony, email, IM and groupware into one single Linux unified communications server, Unison Server, it increases a company's productivity, while also reducing IT costs.

"The Unison Virtual Appliance is a great way to test Unison," said Igor Balk, Unison Technologies CTO. "It will let thousands more IT people see why Unison is superior to the over-complex unified communications offerings on the market today."

To download the Unison Server virtual appliance, as well as Unison Desktop and supporting documentation, go to http://www.unison.com/download. Unison Technologies also offers managed demo servers, which allow people to download the Unison Desktop client and try the Unison system with a free test account. To register for a demo, visit http://www.unison.com/demo.

About Unison and Unison Technologies
Unison Technologies is the developer of Unison™, the world's first fully-unified communications system. Combining telephony, email, instant messaging and collaboration in a single Linux server, Unison allows companies to work more quickly and intelligently. By bringing all communication into a single platform, it makes unified communications attainable for millions of businesses worldwide. A privately held company, Unison Technologies is headquartered in New York with additional offices in Boston and St Petersburg, Russia.

More information is available at http://www.unison.com.


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