Avaya Adds Radvision to Their UC Arsenal

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Avaya Adds Radvision to Their UC Arsenal

Earlier this year, Avaya acquired Radvision, a Tel Aviv-based company developing HD and converged video conferencing solutions, as part of their growth toward a fully unified solution set.

With this acquisition, Avaya hopes to provide their customers with enhanced video options while keeping a competitive price tag. The company’s video infrastructure and high value endpoints have been integrated into Avaya’s Aura platform to boost the implementation of video collaboration in the UC world.

SME to Enterprise, these video products target customers of all sizes with services supporting endpoints, infrastructure and mobility strategies.

Watch as Avaya executives speak on why Avaya acquired Radvision, and how the deal addresses today’s market.

What does Radvision have to offer Avaya?

  • A proven track record of industry leadership: With a large global customer base, Radvision is the undisputed industry leader in interactive voice and video over IP technologies, developer protocol stacks and toolkits. The technology behind these award-winning developer tools is the foundation of the company’s strong portfolio of carrier-grade unified communications products that deliver high-quality solutions and across-the-board connectivity – from desktops to 3G mobile networks.

  • A comprehensive product line: The company’s powerful suite of products and developer tools enable the delivery of unified visual communications to residential homes, 3G mobile operators, and enterprises worldwide. Radvision also offers a wide range of professional turnkey project management services and customized deployments of unified communications on converged networks.

Combined, the companies will revolutionize video collaboration via enterprise-secure mobility that will feature: interoperable and affordable video application for desktop, mobile and beyond; Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) capabilities and complete investment protection across current systems.

>What are your thoughts on Avaya’s latest move?

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  1. gold account

    Networking and unified communications firm Avaya finalized the acquisition of video conference solutions vendor Radvision. This could give the combined company’s partners a bit of an edge in the SMB and other markets previously averse to costs and complexity of video-conferencing infrastructure.

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