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The Cisco Unified Communications 300 Series is aimed at companies with between two and 24 employees, while the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 3000 is tailored to firms with up to 300 users across ten locations. Cisco also announced that it will make WebEx available to its partner resellers so that it can be integrated with UC offerings for SMB customers. The 300 series features IP-based voice, session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking, and built-in wireless, routing, and switching. The system's configuration and management utility is Web-based.

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