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IceWarp

IceWarp is a unified communications server product for Windows and Linux systems.

The IceWarp software combines email, SMS, instant messaging (IM), voice and video communications into one package secured with 256bit AES encryption. BYOD (bring your own device) support for smartphones and tablets includes large file sharing, VoiP, online meetings, calendar functions and session recording. Icewarp offers desktop, mobile and web clients. Compatible operating systems include Windows 2003 and later, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Version 5 and 6, Linux CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu.

IceWarp integrates with Cisco collaboration tools and uses the WebRTC standard to integrate multiple communication modes into email messages so users can switch quickly among modes. WebRTC also provides the ability to interact with other communication applications.

At roughly one-third the cost of Microsoft Exchange, IceWarp is positioned as a competitor to Outlook. The product is made by Icewarp Inc., a multinational company based in Washington, DC.

This was last updated in October 2014

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