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Cisco Unified Media Engine Hardware Requirements
The Cisco Unified Media Engine is not supported on AMD processors. An Intel processor is required to run the Cisco UME properly.
The Cisco Unified Application Server can be installed on either of these two types of hardware and still perform Call Control and Media Control operations if it has a remote Cisco Unified Media Engine installed elsewhere on an Intel-based, desktop-class or server-class machine.
It is ideal for most developers to have the application server co-located with the development environment, especially when building plugins involving custom .NET assemblies. For instance, it is much easier to attach the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 debugger to a local process than a remote one.
If attempting this dual-installation approach, skip installing Dialogic HMP and also skip the Cisco Unified Media Engine installer as described in the CUAE SDK Installation guide when installing on the machine designated as the application server.
The point of explaining this dual-installation workaround is to not exclude the option of installing both application server and media engine on a computer other than that of one's development machine. We provide this alternate approach based on the presumption that a remote Cisco Unified Application Environment installation is less conducive to rapid development and not as ideal to some developers.