There are two flavors, one with phone licenses and one without
Workspace Bundle Method
The Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition Workspace Bundle packages the traditional base platform along with 50 Cisco Unified Workspace Licensing Business Edition licenses, including the Cisco MCS 7828 Unified Communications Manager Business Edition Appliance hardware; Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition software; Cisco Unified Presence software; your choice of Cisco Unified Personal Communicator, Cisco UC Integration™ for Microsoft Office Communicator, or Cisco Unified IP Communicator with Cisco Unified Video Advantage software; and all the client-server software, Cisco Unity Connection Advanced User Licenses, and Cisco Unified IP Phone licenses for these first 50 users to facilitate consistent deployment of multiple applications to their workspaces. Cisco Unified Workspace Licensing Business Edition includes licenses for presence, mobility, basic and advanced voice messaging, phones, and media processing.
To order, select the top-level part number (CMBE-WRKSP-BDL)
You can order Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition by the traditional method using a single top-level part number. The top-level part number allows you to configure the entire system, including hardware, software, and user licenses.
Organizations can select one of the base packages. The Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition base package bundles the Cisco MCS 7828 Unified Communications Manager Business Edition Appliance with a preloaded software suite and seat licenses for the first 50 users. The seat licenses included in the base package cover the server licenses, voice mailboxes, and ports needed for the initial system. Note that these seat licenses do not cover phone or additional endpoint device licenses.
Organizations can then add more users by selecting the appropriate quantities of user packages, available in 10- or 50-seat increments, up to the total number of users. The add-on user licenses cover the server licenses, mailboxes, and ports and are cumulative.
You can add device licenses for phones and other messaging options for advanced users under the top-level part number.