Avaya shows Flare at GITEX

Avaya to show Flare Experience video collaboration solutions

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Avaya shows Flare at GITEX Flare is a milestone for the industry, says Abou-Ltaif.
By  Mark Sutton Published  October 5, 2010

Avaya will be showcasing its business collaboration solutions at Gitex with a display of its Avaya Flare Experience portfolio.

Avaya Flare, launched in September, is a range of video conferencing and business collaboration services which are intended to make video collaboration more accessible to businesses. The solutions, which range from personal desktop devices to multi-screen rooms, are based on Avaya’s Aura SIP-based architecture, and allow for high definition video collaboration at lower bandwidths and lower costs than competitor products.

“Our participation this year is significant, as we will be presenting enhanced and innovative solutions following on from our integrated product roadmap post the Nortel Enterprise Solutions acquisition earlier this year,” said Nidal Abou-Ltaif, area vice president – Emerging Markets, Avaya. “The launch of Avaya Flare marks a milestone for Avaya - and, indeed, the industry - as it transforms how companies communicate by providing open, flexible collaboration applications that help businesses streamline processes, make faster decisions and compete more effectively.”

Abou-Ltaif added: “Today, employees are looking for efficient and easy-to use means to increase productivity. Avaya is making this technology available which allows users to connect simply via easy-to-use, fully integrated video, voice and text capabilities. This is the heart of Avaya’s people-centric approach to collaboration and the means to faster, better results with less effort and a lower total cost of ownership. We’re delivering a more potent collaboration experience at one-third of the cost using substantially less bandwidth over other solutions today.”

“This year, we will also be reaching out to customers and partners to present the new Avaya on a single platform,” said Abou-Ltaif. “We will reinforce our commitment to providing Avaya customers with advanced communications and the capabilities they need to manage and grow their organizations. We have combined our expertise, technology, channel base and resources to produce an expanded go-to-market strategy that will continue to serve large enterprises, mid-size enterprises, and small businesses across the region. As always, we hope to understand better the needs of our customers and provide them with solutions that help them reduce their communications costs, do more with less, and change the way they do business. Our customers can expect nothing but consistency and innovation from the new Avaya.”

2871 days ago
Mohammed Merie

Too late Avaya ..

you missed alot all this year ..

2871 days ago
Mohammed Merie

What new they will come up with ??
nothing !! delay in products ? No Support ? just employees having high slaries working from home as freelancers ?

Nothing like the old Nortel managment !!

2871 days ago
Mohammed Merie

after the fail of Nortel & purchased by Avaya .. nortel support, products, materials, goods .. has gone to 0 ..
lack of materials of old nortel products has opened the marekt to other suppliers & products in replacing nortel equpipments & phones
Avaya has killed the Nortel name, & this name can not be trusted any more, even if under Avaya name ..
I wonder why !!!
nothing can be found in quantities .. ( even if you order a 100 sets, you can get only 10% .. maybe non especially the last 6 months ..
this was not when Nortel did exist

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