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Avaya/Nortel Norstar Systems Will be Manufacture Discontinued on October 4, 2010... What Does that Mean for You?

Jim Sites If you have a Norstar phone system there is a lot of misinformation floating around… We want to make sure that you understand all of your options so you can make the best decision for your organization…

Nortel Contact Center Manager Product Roadmap

Todd Martin Amidst the integration of the Nortel product line, Avaya is continuing to roll out updates to Call Center manager. The Nortel product will actually be the first, out of the entire portfolio, to make the leap to Avaya’s Next Generation Context Center.

Avaya-Nortel WLAN 8100 Product Roadmap

Todd Martin The Avaya-Nortel WLAN 8100 series is getting ready to go through a fairly significant architecture overhaul over the next couple of years. This new architecture is going to enable end-users to achieve up to a 300mb throughput over the 802.11n standard. This is a drastic improvement over current wireless speeds and will allow many more sophisticated enterprise applications over the next couple of years.

Notes From the Avaya Roadshow

Chris Dellen Last week on March 3, I had the opportunity to go and listen to the Avaya-Nortel integration road show in Indianapolis. A majority of the information was presented at a very high, vision oriented level, but their vision of future communications is important to understand. For those of you who couldn’t attend, I thought it would be beneficial to recap what Avaya said about their current situation.

Avaya + Nortel = Exponentially Better

Dane Newman On January 19th, 2010 Avaya unveiled their Technology Roadmap for the future of the products they acquired in their purchase of Nortel.  It was refreshing from a number of standpoints.  First, they did what they said they were going to do; they presented a roadmap one month after the acquisition was finalized.  They chose an approach to protect the current investments made by Nortel and Avaya users. And, they unveiled a strategy using SIP to connect client communications to other business applications via their Aura platform.

Avaya's Long Purple Tail

Keith Doucette What happens when you mix the color Red (Avaya) which represents energy, strength and determination with the color Blue (Nortel) which represents reliability, trust and loyalty?  You get Purple which combines the reliability of Blue and the energy and strength of Red.