• Avaya offers bridge for on-prem contact center technologies

    Avaya announced its bridge service for middle-market customers who want to transition from on-premises hardware contact center technologies to cloud-based software.

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  • Avaya revenue down, as demand for UC hardware continues to drop

    In UC news, Avaya's revenue drops, as the demand for UC hardware wanes, while Broadview unveils a UC software integration with Microsoft and Google.

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  • City University London moves towards SDN with Avaya Fabric Connect

    Avaya Fabric Connect helps City University London move towards software-defined infrastructure and streamlines its network deployment

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  • How do you view the relationship between Avaya and Zang?

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  • Examining the Avaya and Zang CPaaS relationship

    Analysts dissect Avaya's relationship with its new CPaaS spin-off, the two trends pushing public cloud adoption and how to prepare for an SD-WAN implementation.

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  • Avaya buys technology partner Sipera

    Avaya has acquired unified comms security firm and tech partner Sipera to add extra muscle to its Aura unified comms platform. The deal will see Sipera's enterprise-class Session Border Control technology become an integral part of Avaya's UC portfolio.

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  • Video: as simple as a phone call?

    Video continues to rise in popularity, but will it ever achieve the ubiquity of the traditional voice call? As Avaya closes its acquisition ofRadvision, Simon Culmer looks at the opportunities that video affords business and the hurdles that need to be overcome before its benefits are fully realised

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  • Avaya fast tracks cloud changes

    Avaya has introduced changes to its partner programme to encourage moves to the cloud

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  • HP and Avaya partner for cloud-based UC services, CCaaS

    HP and Avaya have announced a partnership for the delivery of cloud-based UC services, including contact center as a service offerings.

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  • How might Avaya UCaaS products fit in your organization?

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