The Global Certification Team (GCT) is proud to announce the addition of the Cisco 7603, 7604, 7606-S, 7609-S, and the 7613 Routers to the Unified Capabilities (UC) Approved Products List (APL). The routers were tested on version 15.1(3)S2, and were certified as a Customer Edge Router (CER). The 7600’s were given tracking number 1116706, and the APL memo can be found here.
The Cisco 7600 Series is the industry’s first carrier-class edge router to offer integrated, high-density Ethernet switching, carrier-class IP/MPLS routing, and 10-Gbps interfaces, benefiting enterprises and helping enable service providers to deliver both consumer and business services over a single converged Carrier Ethernet network.
To find out more about the Cisco 7600 Series routers, please visit Cisco.com!
Tags: 7600, apl, UC, UCAPL
It’s summer and my kids have been testing for swim certification so they can swim in the big pool. When they complain about the swim exam, I assure them that it’s not only to be safe, but also to validate that they have reached a recognized standard of performance. Similarly, governments worldwide require proof of certification before allowing equipment, including commercial wireless devices and technology, to be deployed on their networks.
With the growing trend towards BYOD, countless organizations must strategize how to best protect data in-transit across wireless networks, while optimizing the benefits of a mobile workforce. For government and public sector organizations, it is especially imperative that the solutions employed to mitigate risks associated with BYOD and WLAN are compliant with the highest standards and certifications.
Certification is an ongoing effort in a changing landscape. Cisco maintains an active product certification program for government customers by staying as current as possible with certifications to enable our customers to confidently deploy our solution. As of July 26, 2012, we are proud to announce the Common Criteria Certification award to one of our recent 7.0 software releases.
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Tags: access point, AP, byod, certification, Common Criteria, dod, fips, release 7.0, UCAPL, wireless LAN controller, wlan
The Global Certification Team (GCT) is pleased to announce the DoD UCAPL approval of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM)! The CUCM was listed on Release (Rel) 8.6 as a Local Session Controller (LSC) with Tracking number (TN) 1108301.
As the core of the Cisco Collaboration portfolio infrastructure, Cisco Unified Communications Manager is a unified communications call control platform that can deliver the right experience to the right endpoint. Find out more about CUCM at Cisco.com
The GCT is equally proud to announce the DoD UCAPL approval of the following Cisco Unity Connection (Unity) configurations:
- Cisco Unity Connection Rel. 18.104.22.16802-1 TN 1109701 as a Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)
- Cisco Unity Connection Rel. 22.214.171.12402-1 with PIMG Analog interface TN 1109802 as a CPE
- Cisco Unity Connection Rel. 126.96.36.19902-1 with PIMG Digital interface TN 1109803 as a CPE
- Cisco Unity Connection Rel. 188.8.131.5202-1 with TIMG interface TN 1109804 as a CPE
Cisco Unity® Connection is a feature-rich voice and unified messaging platform based on the same Linux Unified Communications Operating System as Cisco Unified Communications Manager. With Cisco Unity Connection, you can access and manage voice messages in a variety of ways, using your email inbox, web browser, Cisco Unified IP Phone, smartphones, Cisco Unified Personal Communicator, and more. Cisco Unity Connection also provides robust speech-recognition features for when you are mobile, so you can manage your voice messages hands- and eyes-free. Learn more about Cisco Unity Connection on Cisco.com.
Tags: 1108301, 8.5, Cisco Unified Communications Manager, controller, CUCM, defense, Department, dod, local, LSC, of, session, UCAPL, voip