Live Demo: Sangoma Zulu UC & Zulu Mobile (Webinar Recap)
Have you checked out Sangoma’s new Zulu mobile? During our webinar today, Todd from Sangoma shared a lot of good information about Zulu UC & Zulu mobile, including the key features & functionalities, interactive user interface, and even a live demo to show you how it works in real life!
If you missed our webinar, I highly recommend you download our presentation slides here to review! The webinar recording will be shared out in a few days. Stay tuned!
Sangoma Zulu Desktop and Mobile Integration Key Features:
- Feature-rich softphone clients
- CTI – Browser and desktop integration for FreePBX & PBXact
- Chat (1 to 1 messaging and Group Chat via Rooms with Emojis)
- File transfer & Sharing
- Presence control
- Call pop-ups
- SMS (requires SIPStation SIP Trunking service)
- Fax (requires PBXact or a paid FreePBX add-on)
- Screen Sharing (Beta)
Zulu UC comes included with all PBXact Systems. If you are using Zulu for FreePBX, here’s the pricing for licensing:
- 2-user for 1 year: FreePBX license is Free!
- 20-user for 1 Year – $199 MSRP
- 1000-user for 1 year – $1999 MSRP
Also, don’t forget about Sangoma’s current promotions for resellers! It’s your chance to get up to $50 per item on select Sangoma devices and deeper discounts on FreePBX and PBXact products. Click here to learn more details!
Sangoma Zulu Q&A Session:
Q: For using the phone function of Zulu. Do you need SIP or RTP to open? Or is it just the Zulu server port?
A: Just the Zulu communication ports and this is only for remote clients.
Q: How much history for chat is kept?
Chat history is stored locally on the desktop or mobile client. The file is small, so it is never deleted by the application. Wiping the device or reloading an OS would delete the chat history.
Q: Is there a way to make Zulu smaller and still functional? The current softphone and chat clients are much smaller.
A: Yes, you can make it much smaller. The client was maximized for demonstration purposes on this webinar. We were able to show the client being resized and moved around the desktop.