• 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.

    Gina Narcisi2,115 pointsBadges:
  • OpenDaylight Project expands with Avaya, 6WIND and H3C Technologies

    The OpenDaylight Project welcomed Avaya, 6WIND and H3C Technologies into their membership ranks with hopes of expanding SDN, NFV code adoption.

    MMcNickle575 pointsBadges:
  • How do you define flow out calls?

    Call center expert Lori Bocklund answers a reader who's using Avaya reports and is wondering about flow out calls, and whether they are the sum of abandoned and blocked calls.

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • Avaya caves to virtualization for IP phone systems

    Some virtualization pros laud Avaya's embrace of virtualization support in its unified communications server. But skeptics say the Xen-based platform is a nonstarter without VMware support.

    Alex Barrett3,420 pointsBadges:
  • Avaya Fabric Connect extends SPB to wiring closets

    Avaya extends automation and resiliency of VENA Fabric Connect to wiring closet switches, WLAN and endpoints.

    Shamus McGillicuddy5,185 pointsBadges:
  • Avaya data center fabric supports collaborative apps

    The Avaya data center strategy aims to support collaboration and UC in the campus and branch networks—or at least that's what execs will try to prove at Interop Las Vegas 2011.

    rivkalittle1,415 pointsBadges:
  • Siemens rolls out mega-sized VoIP

    Siemens' new VoIP call management software can handle 100,000 users and takes advantage of presence-based apps like instant messaging. An analyst says it holds up well against competition from Avaya and Nortel.

    SearchCIO4,500 pointsBadges:
  • Is Avaya stretching itself thin with Nortel data networking products?

    Avaya, which recently closed on its buyout of Nortel Enterprise Solutions, has raised eyebrows by hanging onto the Nortel data networking gear in the sale.

    Jessica Scarpati1,985 pointsBadges:
  • Avaya-Nortel acquisition: Infamous end; questionable beginning

    The Avaya-Nortel acquisition was one of the more notable top networking stories of 2009, marking the end of a legacy player and a questionable beginning for Avaya as it struggles with whether to integrate the Nortel data networking portfolio.

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • What will Avaya do with Nortel’s data networking business?

    Avaya's acquisition of Nortel's enterprise division is clearly about gaining access to Nortel's voice customers and channel partners, but the deal also includes Nortel's significant data networking business. Avaya may try to retain that business and run it as a division within the company, or it...

    Shamus McGillicuddy5,185 pointsBadges:

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