Yes, it does.
This refers to sub-dividing the Meeting Server's capacity into a set of “islands” where each island has all of the functionality of the whole, but has no access to the resources (for instance users, spaces, or active calls) of other tenants. The API is the primary means by which tenants are supported. See the Cisco Meeting Server API Reference Guide for full details.
If you use different domain names to distinguish between customers, such as those below, you must use the multi-tenancy functionality.