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Mobile Video Conferencing

What You Should Know About Mobile Video Conferencing

Is yours among the 70% of organizations adding video conferencing soon? Know the facts before adding it to your mobile devices.


Synexus transforms workforce productivity, multi-location collaboration and reduces travel costs with Avaya

Are you ready for the video conferencing revolution?

Are you ready for the
video conferencing

Understand the drivers, challenges and trends.

Conduct dynamic, collaborative, face-to-face video meetings in no time.

Conduct dynamic, collaborative, face-to-face video meetings in no

Enterprises of all sizes depend on Avaya for unified communications that improve efficiency, collaboration, customer service―and ultimately competitiveness. Unified Communications simplify the proliferation of technologies that businesses deal with every day. Our people-centric solutions integrate voice, video and data, enabling users to communicate and collaborate in real time, in the mode best suited to each interaction. This eliminates inefficiencies in communications to make organisations more productive and responsive.
Avaya also offers an open software platform for quickly developing multi-vendor Unified Communications and Communications Enabled Business Process (CEBP) applications. Avaya provides solutions and supporting services directly and through its channel partners.

Pervasive Video in the Enterprise

Constellation Research compares five major desktop video providers—Avaya, Cisco, Polycom, Microsoft and Vidyo. For each vendor’s offerings, the analyst provides an overview of the solution, evaluating integration with call control, encoding technologies, scalability, network bandwidth computation, and the total cost of ownership for several use cases. Avaya is found to have significantly lower TCO for pervasive desktop video conferencing versus other UC vendors.

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Accelerating UC with an Enterprise-Wide Architecture

This Yankee Group report defines unified communications and the business needs that drive a UC solution. It raises awareness of the challenges associated with UC deployment and then defines what a new architecture should look like.

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