Avaya launches convergence kit

Avaya is offering businesses an all in one "convergence kit" which promises to deliver easy entry into the world of IP telephony. Avaya says the solution will provide companies with implementation choices as they make moves towards converged networks.

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By  James Thornton Published  January 31, 2001

Avaya is to offer a turnkey convergence package to start businesses on the path towards telephony over an IP network. The Enterprise Class Convergence Kit is designed to provide IP-based voice and data communications to offices with more than 12 users.

“We are very excited about this total solution in a box,” said Jack Friedman, general manager of Voda One Corp., an Avaya distributor.

“Customers have expressed a great deal of interest in converged networking and are eager to try it. This offer from Avaya will make adoption easier, safer and significantly more affordable.”

The solution is based around the Avaya IP600 Internet Protocol Communications Server and the Avaya P330 Stackable Switching System. The IP600 will include Right To Use (RTU) licences and software for 25 endpoints. The solution also features 12 IP telephones as well as network management software.

“The Enterprise Class IP Solutions portfolio is about giving businesses implementation choices as they move to converged networks,” said Janell Helman, Avaya Product Marketing director.

“Now companies can implement Enterprise Class IP-based voice services over a reliable multi-service IP network in a branch or departmental workgroup, and at the same time retain the features and applications of their existing voice networks with complete interoperability.”

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