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This is an update to the Microsoft Lync Server 2010 communications software Capacity Calculator. It is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software spreadsheet for calculating a user’s hardware requirements based on information that the administrator supplies about the number of users, types of communication, and expected traffic.
Authors: Moustafa Noureddine, Marc Mezquita, and Pramod Jaisalmeria
Contributor: Ramon B. Infante
Publication date: August 2011
Product version: Lync Server 2010
The updated Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Capacity Calculator is now available for downloading. The Capacity Calculator is an Excel spreadsheet for calculating a user’s hardware requirements based on information that the administrator supplies about the number of users, types of communication, and expected traffic. This updated release includes the following:
You can also download the Lync Server 2010 Capacity Planning Calculator Guide as a companion to the Capacity Calculator.
The updated release of the Capacity Calculator includes corrected figures for VM requirements, and corrections for both calculating conferences that are using Enterprise Voice and calculating concurrent calls.
Keywords: Lync Server, Lync, Capacity Calculator, virtual machine, VM, conferences, concurrent calls