Virtualisation is a revolutionary concept that provides organisations with a powerful, simple, and cost-effective alternative to traditional IT infrastructures. RightFax offers a flexible and seamless integration with the industry leading platforms – VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V.
Download the white paper on the right hand side of this page to learn more about the concept and benefits of a virtualised fax server within a VMware environment including a number of scenarios which will help you achieve a unified and fully supported virtual IP fax environment based on RightFax.
RightFax is compatible with Citrix® XenServer® 6.2 to virtualise your RightFax environment, allowing you to replace physical fax board hardware with SR140 or RightFax Connect, and replace physical servers with virtualised Citrix instances.
RightFax is now supported for installation in the Microsoft Hyper-V virtualisation environment. This enables the full functionality and power of a fax solution leveraging virtualisation and FoIP for a complete solution in virtualisation.
The addition of explicit support for Microsoft’s Hyper-V virtualisation environment expands the options for IT professionals to deploy a fax server in their data centers. Once the creation of the suitable host Virtual Machine, as defined by the Hyper-V package, and the requirements for RightFax, the installation, licensing, configuration and operation of your fax server is identical to the deployment on a physical server.
By adding Dialogic® Brooktrout® SR140 Fax over IP ports, the Virtual Machine deployment of RightFax can be a completely self contained entity, allowing an administrator to easily manage their infrastructure, while fully leveraging their hardware entities.
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29th November 2017
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