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We are pleased to announce that the UC-One Communicator Desktop client version 22.6.1 has been certified for use on the Cisco BroadCloud for Carriers and for Government platforms.

The Cisco BroadCloud-branded versions of the clients are tentatively slated for production release to all markets including Government on Friday, November 23, 2018.

I. Platform-Specific Information

Cisco BroadCloud for Carriers: Similar to the previously deployed commercial market versions, each of the 22.6.1 clients (Windows / Mac / S4B) support all Cisco BroadCloud market regions from a single client using the region pull-down menu from the login screen.

Cisco BroadCloud for Government: The desktop clients are FIPS-140-2 compliant and only work with the Cisco BroadCloud for Government platform. The Windows and Windows S4B versions support both PIV and non-Piv authentication methods, while the MAC version is non-PIV only.

II. UC-One Release Summary

Client Name Cisco BroadCloud Platform Current Version New Version
UC-One Carrier Desktop(Win/WinS4B) Carriers (All Regions) 22.5.3 22.6.1
UC-One Carrier Desktop (Mac) Carriers (All Regions) 22.5.3 22.6.1
UC-One Government Desktop (Win/WinS4B)
Government (PIV/non-PIV) 22.5.3 22.6.1
UC-One Government Desktop (Mac) Government (non-PIV) 22.5.3 22.6.1


III. Cisco BroadCloud End-User Downloads

Non-Branding Carriers: At time of release, MyPhone Communicator desktop download links will be updated to point to the new 22.6.1 version of the clients.

Cisco BroadCloud Branding Carriers: The release of Cisco BroadCloud reference clients does not affect any carriers who brands their own clients. Carriers wanting to deploy their own branded 22.6.1 versions of the Communicator desktop clients should follow their normal branding and deployment process, and then schedule a date to upgrade their customer base.

IV. Cisco BroadSoft Generic Branding Information on Xchange

V. Cisco BroadSoft Specific Branding Information on Xchange

About the Author

As part of the BroadCloud Product Management Team, Kareem’s responsibilities include the development of BroadCloud’s UC-One offering, endpoints and end-user features. Before joining BroadSoft over four years ago, Kareem worked for various LECs / ISPs with a focus on large enterprise service delivery.