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Cisco to release Mac version of Unified Personal Communicator

Cisco plans to release a fully native Mac version of its unified communications client at Macworld tomorrow, according to a blog post by Cisco's M. Michael Acosta.
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Cisco plans to release a fully native Mac version of its unified communications client at Macworld tomorrow, according to a blog post by Cisco's M. Michael Acosta. This is the same Cisco that had a brief argument with Apple over the rights to the iPhone name a year ago at Macworld Expo San Francisco.

The Cisco Unified Personal Communicator will support for the Mac Leopard operating systems as well as Windows. It offers voice, video, instant messaging, Web conferencing, voice mail, and presence information, and integrates with the broader Cisco enterprise communications platform.

According to Acosta's post, Cisco also supports SSL and IPSec VPN clients for the Mac OS, Apple supports Cisco's EAP-FAST wireless security protocol natively on the OS X.

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